Asunción

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Asunción << ah quickly SYAWN>> is the capital, largest metropolis, and chief port of Paraguay. It’s in central Paraguay, on a bay of the Paraguay River. It’s close to Argentina’s northeastern border.  Downtown Asunción has trendy skyscrapers and older buildings. There are lots of buildings …

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Bogotá

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Bogotá <<BOH guh TAH>> is the capital and largest metropolis of Colombia. The town is on a plateau about eight,660 ft (2,640 meters) above sea degree, within the Andes Mountains. The mountains round Bogotá give the town a dramatic look.On the middle of Bogotá …

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Brasília

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Brasília <<brah SEEL yuh>> is the capital of Brazil. It has trendy buildings and broad streets. Most staff in Brasília have jobs with the federal government.  About 50 years in the past, Brazil’s authorities started to construct Brasília in the midst of the nation. The …

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Buenos Aires

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Buenos Aires <<BWAY nohs EYE rays>> is the capital and largest metropolis of Argentina. Additionally it is the nation’s chief port and main industrial middle. Most of Argentina’s overseas commerce passes via the town. A few third of Argentina’s individuals reside within the Buenos Aires …

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Caracas

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Caracas <<kuh RAH kuhs>> is the capital and largest cit of Venezuela. It’s also the nation’s financial middle. Caracas is in northern Venezuela, close to the port metropolis of La Guaira. It’s considered one of Latin America’s most trendy cities. Caracas has many trendy excessive-rise …

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Cusco

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Cusco <<KOOS koh>>, additionally spelled Cuzco, is a metropolis in southern Peru. It lies within the Andes Mountains. Cusco was the capital of the Inca empire within the 1400’s and early 1500’s.  Individuals had begun to stay within the Cusco space by about 1300 B.C. …

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Georgetown

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Georgetown is the capital and chief metropolis of Guyana. Guyana is a rustic in northeastern South America. Georgetown lies on the east financial institution of the Demerara River. It faces the Atlantic Ocean. Most individuals in Georgetown have African or Asian Indian ancestors. Some have …

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La Paz

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La Paz <<lah PAHS or luh PAZ>> is one among Bolivia’s two capitals. It’s the nation’s political and business middle. The government (managing) and legislative (lawmaking) branches of Bolivia’s authorities are in La Paz. The Supreme Courtroom is in Sucre, the official capital.  La Paz lies in a deep …

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Lima

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Lima <<LEE mah>> is the capital and largest metropolis of Peru. It’s the nation’s main business, cultural, and industrial middle. Lima lies in western Peru, about eight miles (thirteen kilometers) from the Pacific Ocean. The Lima space extends west to the Pacific. The Andes Mountains rise …

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Manaus

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Manaus is a serious inland metropolis of Brazil. Additionally it is the capital of the state of Amazonas. Manaus lies on the Negro River, about 10 miles (sixteen kilometers) from the junction of the Negro and Amazon rivers. It’s about 1,000 miles (1,600 …

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