The small town of San Juan, Bolivia, sits along the route to the famous Salar de Uyuni. Here, Prehispanic inhabitants built a necropolis using volcano tubes as burial shafts. Much of the architecture in the town is constructed using the same volcanic rock, including the Museo Causay Huasi.
|Photo Location:||San Juan del Rosario, Potosi, Bolivia, Bolivia|
|Copyright:||© Kathleen Huggins|