All the chats in Santa Cruz

  1. Chats in Santa Cruz de la Sierra
  2. Chats in Montero
  3. Chats in Camiri
  4. Chats in San Ignacio de Velasco
  5. Chats in Warnes
  6. Chats in Cotoca
  7. Chats in Villa Yapacaní
  8. Chats in Santiago del Torno
  9. Chats in Mineros
  10. Chats in Portachuelo
  11. Chats in Puerto Quijarro
  12. Chats in Roboré
  13. Chats in Pailón
  14. Chats in Vallegrande
  15. Chats in San Julian
  16. Chats in Concepción
  17. Chats in San Matías
  18. Chats in La Bélgica
  19. Chats in Santa Rosa del Sara
  20. Chats in Okinawa Número Uno
  21. Chats in Comarapa
  22. Chats in Mairana
  23. Chats in Buena Vista
  24. Chats in Jorochito
  25. Chats in San Juan del Surutú
  26. Chats in Limoncito
  27. Chats in Samaipata
  28. Chats in Urubichá
  29. Chats in Boyuibe
  30. Chats in Los Negros
  31. Chats in Charagua
  32. Chats in San Pedro
  33. Chats in Puesto de Pailas
Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz is one of the nine departments that make up the Plurinational State of Bolivia. Its capital is Santa Cruz de la Sierra. It is located in the east of the country, bordering the north and east with Brazil, to the south with Paraguay, to the southwest with Chuquisaca, to the west with Cochabamba and to the northwest with Beni. With 370 621 km² it is the most extensive department and with a projection of 3,297,483 inhabitants in 2019, it is the first most populated department of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, displacing the Department of La Paz in 2012. It occupies a third of the current Bolivian territory.

It is the sixth largest subnational entity in South America and throughout Latin America, after five states in Brazil and is the largest in the Andean Community. According to official data from the National Institute of Statistics of Bolivia, in 2016 the economy of the entire Department of Santa Cruz reached US $ 9,851 million dollars, which represents 28.93% of the Total Economy of Bolivia. In terms of per capita income, the department closed 2016 with an average of US $ 3,200 per Santa Cruz, which is currently considered the economic center of Bolivia, especially agriculture, forestry, mining and hydrocarbons.