• Topped with cheese and washed down with the aforementioned chicha morada, marraqueta, or pan francés is a very typical (and delicious) Bolivian breakfast. While locals will assure you that the distinctive bread is a La Paz specialty, experts agree that the lighter-than-air rolls originated around the turn of the 20th century in Valparaíso, Chile, where two French brothers called Marraquette began selling it at their bakery.

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