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Oruro Mouse Mat Collection

Discover the vibrant and rich culture of Oruro, Bolivia with our exclusive collection of Mouse Mats from Media Storehouse. Each mat showcases intricate designs inspired by the traditional Carnival of Oruro, a UNESCO World Heritage event. Bring a touch of South American charm to your desktop with these high-quality, protective mats. Perfect for personal use, these mats feature soft, non-slip rubber bases to ensure a secure fit on your desk. Elevate your workspace with a piece of art that tells a story. Choose from a variety of designs and add a pop of color to your daily routine.

Oruro is a city located in the south of Bolivia, South America, and is the capital of the Oruro Department and has a population of around 220,000 people

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A member of the Negritos del Pagador fraternity dances during the inaugural parade of the Carnival of Oruro, one of UNESCOs Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity

Background imageOruro Mouse Mat Collection: Huts are seen at the Chipaya community where ethnic group install first autonomous

Huts are seen at the Chipaya community where ethnic group install first autonomous government within Bolivia operating on pre-Columbian laws in Chipaya south of Oruro Department, Bolivia, January 30

Background imageOruro Mouse Mat Collection: The Carnival of Oruro, Bolivia

The Carnival of Oruro, Bolivia
The Carnival of Oruro - a religious festival (dating back over 2000 years) in Oruro, Bolivia - one of UNESCOs Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity

Background imageOruro Mouse Mat Collection: An Andean volcano rises above the Salar de Uyuni, the incredible salt desert, during

An Andean volcano rises above the Salar de Uyuni, the incredible salt desert, during a summer sunset, Oruro, Bolivia, South America

Background imageOruro Mouse Mat Collection: The Carnival of Oruro, Bolivia

The Carnival of Oruro, Bolivia
The Carnival of Oruro - a religious festival (dating back over 2000 years) in Oruro, Bolivia - one of UNESCOs Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity

Background imageOruro Mouse Mat Collection: A general view of Oruro

A general view of Oruro, Bolivia, February 8, 2018. REUTERS/David Mercado

Background imageOruro Mouse Mat Collection: A dead Llama is seen during a ceremony to bless the mine by offering animal sacrifice as

A dead Llama is seen during a ceremony to bless the mine by offering animal sacrifice as part of Andean carnival celebrations, outside the Mina Itos on the outskirts of Oruro, Bolivia February 9

Background imageOruro Mouse Mat Collection: A view of dried lake Poopo affected by climate change, in the Oruro Department

A view of dried lake Poopo affected by climate change, in the Oruro Department, Bolivia, September 1, 2017. Picture taken September 1, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Background imageOruro Mouse Mat Collection: El Reflejo del Sajama - Bolivia

El Reflejo del Sajama - Bolivia
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BOLIVIA Oruro Carnival masqueraders in colourful animal costumes in a street lined with colonial buildings Colorful

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BOLIVIA Oruro Carnival masqueraders in colourful animal costumes Colorful

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BOLIVIA La Paz Costume maker for Oruro Carnival. Man attaching sequins to material

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BOLIVIA La Paz Costume maker for Oruro Carnival. Man working on his sewing machine

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BOLIVIA La Paz Costume maker for Oruro Carnival. Man working on sewing machine

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BOLIVIA La Paz Costume maker for Oruro Carnival. Man working on sewing machine surrounded by mannequins. American Bolivian South America Hispanic Latin America Latino American Bolivian South America

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BOLIVIA La Paz Costume maker for Oruro Carnival. Woman sat holding large spool of thread

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Bolivia, Oruro, La Diablada carnival procession and spectators

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BOLIVIA Oruro La Diablada Carnival procession and spectators

Background imageOruro Mouse Mat Collection: Landscape with lake and mountains, Coipasa, Bolivian Altiplano, Bolivia

Landscape with lake and mountains, Coipasa, Bolivian Altiplano, Bolivia
Lago Coipasa or Salar de Coipasa is a lake in Atahuallpa Province, Oruro Department, Bolivia. At an elevation of 3657 m, its surface area is 806 km2

Background imageOruro Mouse Mat Collection: Landscape of Salar de Coipasa, Coipasa, Bolivia

Landscape of Salar de Coipasa, Coipasa, Bolivia
Lago Coipasa or Salar de Coipasa is a lake in Atahuallpa Province, Oruro Department, Bolivia. At an elevation of 3657 m, its surface area is 806 km2

Background imageOruro Mouse Mat Collection: Huts are seen at the Chipaya community where ethnic group install first autonomous

Huts are seen at the Chipaya community where ethnic group install first autonomous government within Bolivia operating on pre-Columbian laws in Chipaya south of Oruro Department, Bolivia, January 30

Background imageOruro Mouse Mat Collection: Devil mask, the Devil dance (La Diablada), carnival, Oruro, Bolivia, South America

Devil mask, the Devil dance (La Diablada), carnival, Oruro, Bolivia, South America

Background imageOruro Mouse Mat Collection: Portrait of a Tobas warrior during carnival called The Devil Dance (La Diablada)

Portrait of a Tobas warrior during carnival called The Devil Dance (La Diablada), Oruro, Bolivia, South America

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BOLIVIA Oruro Chipaya People attending graves during Day of the Dead on November 2nd.


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Oruro Mouse Mat Collection

Oruro is a city located in the south of Bolivia, South America, and is the capital of the Oruro Department and has a population of around 220,000 people. The city was founded in 1606 by Spanish conquistadors and has since become an important center for mining, industry, and commerce. Oruro is known for its vibrant culture and annual Carnaval de Oruro festival which takes place every February. The festival features colorful costumes, traditional music and dance performances from various ethnic groups throughout Bolivia. Additionally, visitors can explore the city's colonial architecture or take part in outdoor activities such as hiking or mountain biking in nearby national parks. Oruro offers something for everyone with its unique blend of culture, history, nature and adventure.
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The Oruro collection from Media Storehouse showcases the vibrant culture and traditions of Bolivia's South American city. Our collection features a range of wall art and framed prints that capture the essence of Oruro, including its colorful costumes, lively dances, and stunning landscapes. Many of the pieces in our collection are photographs taken during the famous Carnival de Oruro, an annual celebration that draws thousands of visitors to the city. The images in our collection offer a glimpse into the rich history and cultural heritage of Oruro. From intricate masks worn by dancers to sweeping vistas of snow-capped mountains, each piece tells a unique story about this fascinating region. Whether you're looking for a statement piece for your home or office or simply want to explore new cultures through art, the Oruro collection is sure to inspire and delight.
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What are Oruro (Bolivia South America) art prints?

Oruro art prints are a collection of beautiful and unique artworks that showcase the rich cultural heritage of Bolivia's Oruro region in South America. These prints feature a range of subjects, including traditional dances, colorful costumes, and stunning landscapes that capture the essence of this vibrant part of the world. Each print is carefully crafted using high-quality materials to ensure exceptional clarity and detail. Whether you're looking for a striking piece to add to your home decor or an inspiring gift for someone special, Oruro art prints offer something truly special. From bold abstract designs to intricate illustrations, there's something for every taste and style among these captivating works of art. So why not explore our extensive collection today and discover the beauty and diversity of Oruro through our stunning selection of art prints?
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What Oruro (Bolivia South America) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Oruro art prints that capture the essence and beauty of this vibrant city in Bolivia, South America. From colorful street scenes to stunning landscapes, there is something for everyone. You can choose from a variety of styles and sizes to suit your taste and decor. One popular option is the Oruro Carnival print, which showcases the elaborate costumes and dances that are part of this annual celebration. Other prints feature historic buildings such as the Church of Our Lady of La Paz or scenic views like Lake Poopó. Whether you're looking for a statement piece for your living room or a unique gift for someone special, we have an extensive collection of Oruro art prints that will inspire and delight you. With high-quality printing techniques and premium materials used in each print, you can be sure that your purchase will last for years to come.
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How much do Oruro (Bolivia South America) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Oruro art prints that vary in price depending on the size and type of print. Our selection includes canvas prints, framed prints, photographic prints, and more. The cost of our Oruro art prints is competitive with other online retailers offering similar products. We take pride in providing high-quality artwork at affordable prices so that everyone can enjoy the beauty of this unique Bolivian city. Each print is carefully crafted to showcase the vibrant colors and intricate details of Oruro's culture and architecture. Whether you're looking for a small piece to add to your home decor or a large statement piece for your office, we have something for every budget. Shop our collection today to find the perfect Oruro art print for you.
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We offer a variety of delivery options for your Oruro art prints. We understand the importance of ensuring that your artwork arrives safely and securely, which is why we use trusted courier services to deliver your order. Once you have placed your order with us, our team will carefully package your print to ensure it is protected during transit. Depending on the size and type of print you have ordered, it may be rolled or flat-packed before being dispatched. We offer both standard and express delivery options depending on how quickly you need your artwork. Our standard delivery service typically takes between 5-7 working days to arrive once dispatched, while our express service can take as little as 2-3 working days. Regardless of which delivery option you choose, rest assured that we will do everything possible to ensure that your Oruro art prints are delivered to you in perfect condition.