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Paraguay

Paraguay

En: The first Spaniards reached this territory in early 16th century as part of colonial expeditions that created the global Spanish Empire. They were predominantly young men, as almost no European women participated in these expeditions. They intermarried with native women, resulting in a largely mixed (mestizo) and Creole population. Their children spoke the languages of their indigenous mothers but were raised in the Catholic Spanish culture.

 

 

 

TR: Denize kıyısı olmayan Paraguay, güneyi ile güneybatısında Arjantin, kuzeyi ile kuzeydoğusunda Brezilya, kuzeybatısında ise, Bolivya ile çevrelenmiştir.

Paraguay adı, Guarani dilindeki "para" (bu yaka) ile "guay" (ırmak) sözcüklerinin birleşiminden gelir. Her ne kadar Guarani'ler "Paraguay" adını, bugünkü başkent Asuncion için kullanmışlarsa da, bölgeyi ele geçiren İspanyollar, bu adı bütün bölgeyi tanımlamak için kullanmışlardır.

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