Sucre Pangiriman Kembang

Lembut
USD 48.46

Lembut

Lili lan gypsophila

Joyo
USD 48.46

Joyo

Lili lan mawar

Godha
USD 48.46

Godha

Mawar, lili lan gerbera

Ndelok Sing Cepet
USD 80.76

Ndelok Sing Cepet

24 Mawar

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Bungah Arep Teko
USD 48.46

Bungah Arep Teko

7 Mawar

Alus
USD 67.84

Alus

24 Mawar lan lilac

Puas
USD 80.76

Puas

Anggrek lan mawar

Teguh
USD 58.15

Teguh

4 Lili lan 7 mawar

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Bangga
USD 48.46

Bangga

12 Mawar

Kekuwatan
USD 58.15

Kekuwatan

9 Mawar lan anyelir

Rujuk
USD 80.76

Rujuk

7 Mawar, gerbera, anyelir, lili lan anggrek

Ngaku Trisno
USD 48.46

Ngaku Trisno

Mawar

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Tansah Sehat
USD 58.15

Tansah Sehat

Gerbera, mawar, anyelir lan lili

Kasenengan
USD 80.76

Kasenengan

Anggrek, mawar, gerbera, anyelir lan lili

Trisnane Wanito
USD 48.46

Trisnane Wanito

6 Mawar lan gypsophila

Nyenengake
USD 48.46

Nyenengake

Anyelir, mawar

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Sucre (literally, “sugar”) is the capital city of Bolivia. Despite this, Sucre is actually only the 6th most populated city in Bolivia. Sucre’s nickname is “La Ciudad de los Cuatro Nombres,” or “The City of Four Names.” This comes from the four names it has historically had: the first, Charcas, was the original name of the city. La Paz was the second name (which is now the name of a different city in Bolivia), Chuquisaca is the third name, and the last name is Sucre, named in honour of a famous marshal, Don Antonio Jose de Sucre. Sucre is also called “La Ciudad Blanca” or “The White City” because of the white paint on many of the buildings. Flowers in Sucre include a variety of roses, a variety of orchids, and a variety of heliconias and cantutas.