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|The Paraguay River is the fifth largest river in South America and the main tributary of the Parana River. It originates from the Mato Grosso region of Brazil at an altitude of 300 meters. The Paraguay River is 2550 kilometers long and has a drainage area of 1.1 million square kilometers. It flows through Brazil and Paraguay and is the border river between Brazil and Bolivia and between Paraguay and Argentina. The Paraguay River basin covers an area of 98000 square kilometers. The climate of the basin is mainly humid and hot savanna type, characterized by dry winter and rainy summer. There are forests and grasslands on both sides.
Fish in the river include Maha fat carp, saw fat carp, and pachu fish. The river basin is sparsely populated and most areas are economically underdeveloped. The river is mainly used for regional transportation. Ships can go up from Buenos Aires, Argentina to Asuncion, Paraguay. The water surface of the Paraguay River is open and calm, and the water flow is very slow. The scenery on the river bank is reflected in the water like a poem or a picture. The rivers in the Everglades have a small drop. It’s always crooked. At the confluence of some tributaries, many birds are looking for food. Maybe the food here is rich. The red-necked forest storks always forage in pairs in the shallow water grass, while the egrets rest in groups on the dry trees on the bank, and many kinds of birds fly around.
|Trinidad Jesuit mission
|Jesus in tavaranga and centesimo Trinidad Jesuit mission area in Parana was founded by members of the Jesuit mission in the 17th century. At the end of the 16th century, members of the Jesuit mission moved to this world-famous town known as Guaira. During the invasion and exploration of South America, the members of the Jesuit society played a very important role. From the establishment of these missionaries, people can see a corner of the missionaries who enthusiastically performed their duties.
The artworks of the Jesuits do not represent their contributions, while the churches of Jesus in tavaranga and centesimo in Parana Trinidad Jesuit missionary District reflect the perfect integration of local Indian culture and Christianity. These sites have now become ruins. This missionary area is the most complete one. There is a chapel and a cathedral, a university, a monastery, a cemetery, a vegetable garden and orchard for self-use, a bell tower, a workshop, and several civil houses in this parish. However, today, these churches are still places where local residents frequently come to worship. People can easily imagine the glory of these buildings in the past from the ruins of these buildings.
|Independent House Museum
|The Museum of the independent house is located in Asuncion forest, Paraguay. The opening ceremony was held on May 14, 1965. The independence house museum shows the history of the country during the independence period. The exhibits include paintings, swords, Jesus and Franciscan sculptures, and Fernando de la Mora portraits. On May 14, 1881, a group of brave Paraguayans came out of the museum to declare Paraguay’s independence, which was a moment of profound historical significance.
The independent house museum is a colonial style. The building where the museum is located was built in 1772 by Spanish Anthony nesnes. The walls are gray clay, and the thatched roof and its frame are made of bamboo and palm. The independent house museum is composed of an office, dining room, living room, bedroom, lecture hall, corridor, and yard. Many important documents of patriots during the independence period are kept in the museum, and five paintings are displayed in the museum to commemorate Paraguay’s independence. The sword once worn by Fulgencio years is also on display.
|Founded on August 15, 1537, Asuncion is the oldest city in South America. Asuncion is a picturesque inland port city. People call it “the city of forest and water”. The hillside of Asuncion is high, and orange orchards are everywhere. When the harvest season comes, bright red oranges hang all over the orange trees, just like bright lights, so many people call Asuncion “Orange City”. The city of Asuncion retains the rectangular shape of the Spanish rule, with wide streets, trees, flowers, and lawns.
The city is composed of a new city and an old city. During the colonial period, the city was the residence of the Spanish governor, and some ancient Spanish-style buildings still exist today The solemn Spanish-style church, the simple and elegant residence, the iron window railings, and the quiet courtyard all have a unique style. The modern buildings with beautiful shapes and these buildings with strong Spanish style are reflected in the green shade, which is very harmonious. The houses in the riverside area are mostly bungalows with yards, in Spanish style. Later, the urban area expanded to the inner platform. The broad national independence street runs through the city, with government buildings, Parliament buildings, the central bank, and Hero Square on both sides.
|Ciudad del Este
|Ciudad del Este (Spanish: Ciudad del Este, translated as este city in the people’s Republic of China) is a city of the Republic of Paraguay and the capital of Alto Paran á, a province in the southeast of the country. Dongfang City is the second largest city in Paraguay and the city with the highest proportion of Asian population among many Latin American cities.
|San Juan Bautista
|A city in southern Paraguay, the capital of the province of Misiones. It is located in the lowlands near the tevequali river. The population is 7000 (1982). The nearby distribution center and processing center for Madai tea, tobacco, citrus, and cattle. There are commercial schools and agricultural schools in the city. The road leads to Asuncion, ncanasion and pilar.
|Barika City of southern Paraguay, capital of Guajira Province. Located on the western edge of the Brazilian Plateau. Population: 21,000 (1982). It was built on the Barana River in 1576 and moved to its present site in 1682. Important commercial, industrial, and religious centers. For citrus, grape, cotton, matai tea, tobacco, and livestock products distribution center. There are sawing wood, textile, flour, sugar, brewing, leather, tea making, and other industries. The city cathedral and temple attract a large number of worshippers every year. Railway, road access to Asuncion and Nkanascion.
|Pedro Juan cavaliero
|A city on the eastern border of Paraguay, the capital of the province of amanba. It is located on the west side of the amanbai mountain range, 651 meters above sea level, adjacent to the Brazilian side town of Punta BORANG. The population is 37000 (1982). It is surrounded by a cattle herding area and a coffee planting area. It is the main commercial center of the province. The highway leads to Concepcion and Asuncion.
|Located on the northwest side of Lake ipakalai, the joroli mountain is a protected area, covering an area of 5 hectares, connected to the ibitipanema summit. These scenic spots are famous for their columnar sandstone formed by intense magmatic activity 40 million years ago. Similar geological structures are only found in Egypt, South Africa, and Canada. In 1993, they were declared a natural heritage because of their unique geology. The polygonal shape of these sandstone hills is very beautiful, and the whole area is like a honeycomb.
|The ancient Paraguayans once said that the main source of wisdom in the world is the waterfall, which emanates from the interior and enters the realm of mankind. However, in fact, they have already said that you can say because the waterfall on Monday did evoke a spiritual epiphany among many bystanders. This magnificent waterfall, 40 meters down and 120 meters wide is still the main tourist attraction in Paraguay. It provides the ultimate experience for nature lovers, and the trip here will lead adventurers to the basin of the waterfall, where the roar of one million tons of water constantly echoes from the surrounding cliff walls.
|Candi falls is called the Niagara Falls of Paraguay. They are located 900 meters away from the meandering water area of Parana River, forming a single flow of 40 meters long and flowing downward through a huge basalt step; One of the most amazing original energy displays in South America. Kandi waterfall is part of Kandi National Park and is famous for its amazing abundance of animals and plants. Watch the spectacular dance of otters jumping into the water to chase eels and other exotic river fish.
|Valemy Cave, San Lazaro
|In the foothills of the San Lazaro volume region, this labyrinth-like path invites travelers to go deep into the earth’s heart. In an underground network composed of mysterious caves, including the caves of Tres ceros and Carles lariso, they are waiting for pure adventure. These underground openings have existed for millions of years, requiring explorers to walk and crawl in narrow channels deep in the earth’s surface.
|Eye of the sea
|This mysterious natural lake is about 50 kilometers away from the city of amanbai Bellavista and 120 kilometers away from the colony of Pedro Juan Caballero linconada. With clear green water and lush subtropical vegetation, the lake looks like a paradise on earth. Its origin is not clear, but geologists say it must have appeared more than 250 million years ago. Jump into the pleasant waters inhabited by various fishes and linger there, looking forward to meeting some unique amphibians!
|Shengqiu dune and Damian dune
|The magical dune tour of San cosmos and Damian, located in the center of yacyret á, is formed by the water of Parana itself. These 30-meter-high dune towers are the relics of the ibichui mountain. These dunes form an island surrounded by pristine waters and magnificent scenery. Take a jump on, jump off the boat to reach the dune, and choose a path to walk and explore.
|Santa Rita tree tunnel
|Beautiful things are usually strange. The tree tunnel in Santa Rita is really beautiful! This green tunnel is composed of tall trees and beautiful flowers. It is dreamy and magical and stretches for 400 meters on the No. 6 highway in Alto, Panama. Drive or walk through it, please rest assured that this fascinating journey will bring you closer to the great poets of Paraguay’s romantic era. When you walk or drive, please feel the nostalgic atmosphere floating above you and enjoy the peace brought by the environment!
|Only 65 kilometers away from Asuncion is the largest lake in Paraguay, Lake ibao. The lake is located in the iboya National Park, surrounded by lush vegetation and directly connected to the Ñ eembuc ú ecological area. Visitors can walk through the jungle on the whole lake and experience the extraordinary biodiversity of the area. Get ready for an unexpected encounter with noisy monkeys, and don’t forget to bring your equipment to an unforgettable barbecue under the starry sky!
|Kurukua, a water cave in the heart of Amanda
|In 2007, when a group of explorers who went to ohodmar accidentally discovered kururukua, they called him “the monster of nature”. This underwater cave hidden in the heart of Amanda is a geological wonder because, unlike most caves in the world, it is not made of limestone but of sandstone. Since 2004, this amazing network of tunnels and underwater caves has been open to divers seeking ultimate adventure. The cave is 100 meters deep and 300 meters wide, surrounded by a transparent blue lagoon. Explore 1000-year-old fossils in the dark cave abyss and meet unique species inhabiting the surrounding environment.
|About 25 kilometers east of Asuncion, tourists will meet the most famous lake in Paraguay. There are many legends related to the origin of its name. Some people say ypacara í means “sacred lake”. It is said that Luis de poblanos, a Franciscan missionary, cheered the city around 1600. However, regardless of the origin of its name, this beautiful lake is close to the three cities of aregua, San Bernardino, and ipakalai. It is a major tourist attraction and worth visiting!