An experimental photographic documentation of El Alto, at one time a slum on the margins of Bolivia’s capital La Paz and now the country’s second largest city. At an altitude of upwards of 4,050m (13,615ft) above sea level, it’s the highest major metropolis in the world. And populated mostly by Aymara who started arriving from the countryside in the 1970s, it's the largest indigenous city in the Americas.
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“leche caliente” by San Cristóbal Orquesta