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This Booklet Is About The South American Country Paraguay

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 A Map Of Where Paraguay Is In South America

The Bare-Throated Bellbird (National Bird Of Paraguay)

Paraguay

Ybycui National Park (Paraguay's Most Visited National Park)

Pampas Fox (Paraguay's National Animal)

This Is The Paraguay Flag

Basic Info

1. Capital City- 

Asunción


2. Overall Population- 

6,811,297


3. Size- 

157,048 mi²


4. The Latitude and Longitude- 

23.4425° S, 58.4438° W


5. Democracy-

Democratic

The Parana River is the 14th-longest river in the world!

Pilcomayo is a river in central South America it is the longest western tributary of the Paraguay River

Paraguay's Landforms

The highest point of Paraguay Cerro Tres Kandu.

Highland Climate in Paraguay: 83°F  (27°C)





Lowland Climate in Paraguay: 100°F (38°C)

Climate

The La Santisima Trinidad de Parana is a place where the praise Jesus (Like a Temple)

Human Features

Iglesia de la Santisima Trinidad is the church of the holy Trinidad (God) 

Palacio de Gobierno is the Government Palace

Timber wood is used to make fire in Paraguay

Natural Resources

They use copper in Paraguay to make Iron Ore

Marble is used in Paraguay to make furniture.

Examples- Tables

Electricity

-They Make $2.13 Billion on Electricity

Refined Petroleum

- They Make $1.04 Billion On Refined Petroleum  

Industry 

Broadcasting Equipment

- They Make $479 Million On Broadcasting Equipment 


Soybeans

-One acre of soybeans can produce 82,368 crayons.

Organic Sugar

-Paraguay is the world’s largest exporter of organic sugar

Agriculture

Bovine Meat

-Beef is among the top food sources for protein

Holiday

- Chaco Armistice Day (Celebrated June 12th)


“The war between Paraguay and Bolivia was not triggered by its peoples but by the transnational corporations after our natural resources,” said Bolivian President Evo Morales on April 27, 2009 during a ceremony that made official a finalization of conflict between the two countries. While the ceremony was more formality than necessity, the Chaco War ended up taking more than 100,000 lives, and remembering the cause and effect of the war is an important part of Chaco Armistice Day in Paraguay

Paraguay is overwhelmingly Roman Catholic.

Culture

Special family celebrations and social gatherings call for anasado,or barbecue, with beef roasted over open fires and accompanied by boiled mandioca and sopa paraguaya.

http://www.wondermondo.com/Paraguay.htm

Is where I found the human features in Paraguay

http://www.wondermondo.com/Paraguay.htm

Is where I found the human features in Paraguay

http://countrystudies.us/paraguay/51.htm

Is where I found the Paraguay Industry 

Sources

https://atlas.media.mit.edu/en/profile/country/pry/

Is Where I Found The Industry For Paraguay

http://www.climatestotravel.com/climate/paraguay

Is where I found the climate for Paraguay