An Aymara priest participates in a ritual at sunrise to celebrate the Aymara New Year on June 21, 2013, at the Uyuni salt flat in Bolivia. Crowds gathered to receive the first rays of Tata Inti during the celebration of the winter solstice that marks the beginning of the 5521st year in the Aymara calendar. AFP/PHOTO/Aizar RALDES /AFP/Getty Images

An Aymara priest participates in a ritual at sunrise to celebrate the Aymara New Year on June 21, 2013, at the Uyuni salt flat in Bolivia. Crowds gathered to receive the first rays of Tata Inti during the celebration of the winter solstice that marks the beginning of the 5521st year in the Aymara calendar. AFP/PHOTO/Aizar RALDES /AFP/Getty Images




An Aymara priest participates in a ritual at sunrise to celebrate the Aymara New Year on June 21, 2013, at the Uyuni salt flat in Bolivia. Crowds gathered to receive the first rays of Tata Inti during the celebration of the winter solstice that marks the beginning of the 5521st year in the Aymara calendar. AFP/PHOTO/Aizar RALDES /AFP/Getty Images ORG XMIT:

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