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Greenville, South Carolina

Greenville_South_CarolinaGreenville is a large, green city and county seat located in Greenville County in South Carolina. As of the 2010 U. S. Census, the city has a population of 58, 409. Greenville with its historical residences and modern office towers, is defined as where “Old South” meets “New South. ” Greenville, South Carolina is the 3rd biggest city in the state and the biggest in “The Upstate”, an area that consists of the 6 counties in the northwestern corner of South Carolina.
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Argentina flagArgentina is the second largest country in South America in size. It is the third largest in population. Only Brazil has more land, and only Brazil and Colombia have more people. Argentina takes up most of the southern part of South America. The Atlantic Ocean lies east of Argentina. The country is also bordered by Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay.... Read More


Bolivia flagBolivia <<boh LIHV ee uh>> is a country near the middle of South America. It shares borders with Brazil on the north and east, Paraguay on the southeast, Argentina on the south, Chile on the southwest, and Peru on the west. Sucre is the capital city, but most government offices are in La Paz, Bolivia’s largest city.... Read More


Brazil flagBrazil <<bruh ZIHL>> is the largest country in South America and the fifth largest country in the world. Its east coast lies along the Atlantic Ocean. It covers nearly half of South America, and its borders touch those of all but two of the countries on that continent. Brazil has more people than all the other South American nations put together. About three-fourths of Brazil’s people, known as Brazilians, live in cities and towns. Brasília, a city built near the center of the country to attract settlers, became the capital in 1960.... Read More


Chile flagChile <<CHIHL ee>> is a long, narrow country on the west coast of South America. It lies between the Pacific Ocean on the west and Bolivia and Argentina on the east. Peru lies to the north. Chile is a land of great variety. It has deserts, lakes, and snow-capped volcanoes, as well as thick forests and fertile river valleys.... Read More


Colombia flagColombia <<kuh LUHM bee uh>> is a country in northwestern South America. It is the fourth biggest country in South America, and only Brazil has more people. Colombia borders Panama in the northwest. This border is the place where North America is connected to South America. To the east of Panama, the coast of Colombia lies along the Caribbean Sea. To the west of Panama, the coast lies along the Pacific Ocean. Colombia also borders Venezuela, Brazil, Peru, and Ecuador.... Read More


Ecuador flagEcuador <<EHK wuh dawr>> is a small country in South America. It is on the west coast of South America along the Pacific Ocean, in between Colombia and Peru. The equator crosses Ecuador and gives the country its name. Ecuador is the Spanish word for equator. The equator is an imaginary line that runs around the middle of Earth halfway between the North and South poles. Quito <<KEE toh>> is the capital city.... Read More


Guyana flagGuyana <<gy AN uh>> is a country on the northeast coast of South America. It borders Venezuela, Brazil, and Suriname. The largest city, Georgetown, is Guyana’s capital and chief port. Almost all the people live in towns and villages on the low-lying coastal plain. Forests cover most of the rest of the country. The areas in the south and west have mountains, high waterfalls, and savannas, or grasslands with scattered trees. Some of Guyana’s land has never been explored.... Read More


Paraguay flagParaguay <<PAR uh GWAY or PAR uh GWY>> is a small inland country in the middle of South America. It is bordered by Argentina on the south and west, Bolivia on the north and west, and Brazil on the east. Asunción <<AH soon syawn>> is the largest city and main port. It is on the Paraguay River.... Read More


Peru flagPeru <> is the third largest country in South America. Only Brazil and Argentina are larger. Peru lies in western South America along the Pacific Ocean. Ecuador and Colombia are to the north, and Chile is to the south. Brazil lies to the east of Peru.... Read More