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Elif Elena
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    Paraguay's population is distributed unevenly throughout the country. The vast majority of the people live in the eastern region, most within 160 kilometers (100 mi.) of Asuncion, the capital and largest city. The Chaco, which accounts for about 60% of the territory, is home to less than 2% of the population. Ethnically, culturally, and socially, Paraguay has one of the most homogeneous populations in South America. About 95% of the people are of mixed Spanish and Guarani Indian descent. Little trace is left of the original Guarani culture except the language, which is understood by 90% of the population. About 75% of all Paraguayans speak Spanish. Guarani and Spanish are official languages. Brazilians, Argentines, Germans, Arabs, Koreans, Chinese, and Japanese are among those who have settled in Paraguay with Brazilians representing the largest number.Paraguay's population is distributed unevenly throughout the country. The vast majority of the people live in the eastern region, most within 160 kilometers (100 mi.) of Asuncion, the capital and largest city. The Chaco, which accounts for about 60% of the territory, is home to less than 2% of the p...See more
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    La Santisima Trinidad de Paraná and Ruinas Jesuiticas de Jesús de Tavarangué The gnarled ruins of Jesuit colonies built by missionaries in the 17th century are perhaps Paraguay’s most visited spots. These two UNESCO World Heritage sites in Encarnación reveal the scope of the Jesuits’ mission to assimilate the indigenous Guaraní to their religion. After the Guaraní War in 1756, which forced Jesuits out of Spanish lands, the colonies were abandoned and fell into decay. Stay past dusk for the nighttime light show at Trinidad, and check out the smart museum for the history of slavery and colonization in the region.La Santisima Trinidad de Paraná and Ruinas Jesuiticas de Jesús de Tavarangué The gnarled ruins of Jesuit colonies built by missionaries in the 17th century are perhaps Paraguay’s most visited spots. These two UNESCO World Heritage sites in Encarnación reveal the scope of the Jesuits’ mission to assi...See more
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  • I am tikcled pink that I have passed the exam
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    Persoanele ce te susțin trebuie păstrate în viața ta ! ❤❤💪💪
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  • #photoshoot designer- Sandeep Choudhary
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  • Her düşünceni dile getirme Sana yakışmayan hiçbir düşünceyi hayata geçirme Samimi ol fakat asla basit davranma.
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  • Hayat, kazanıp kaybettiğimiz her şey... Kaybetmek o kadar kötümü sizce ? Kimileri kötülükten, Kimileri iyilikten kaybediyor.!
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  • Burası dünya. Ne çok kıymetlendirdik Oysa bir tarla idi Ekip biçip gidecektik.
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  • I miss people who are trustworthy and tolerant. Please just add those with beautiful dreams.
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    Encarnación Affectionately known as “the pearl of the south,” Encarnación is Paraguay’s prettiest city. Locals flock to its fabulous waterfront, graced with a pleasant beach and flanked with cheap and cheerful bars and restaurants. Shopaholics will be in their element here, as (aside from its less attractive cousin, Ciudad del Este) the city is one of the cheapest shopping destinations in the world. When it comes to festivals, Carnaval is the biggest draw, pulling in visitors from across the country and beyond for street parties from early January to late February.Encarnación Affectionately known as “the pearl of the south,” Encarnación is Paraguay’s prettiest city. Locals flock to its fabulous waterfront, graced with a pleasant beach and flanked with cheap and cheerful bars and restaurants. Shopaholics will be in their element here, as (aside from its less a...See more
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