Brazil Agriculture

Brazil Agriculture

The importance of agriculture has been decreasing continuously since the middle of the 20th century. Their share of GDP is (2016) only 5.5%; the share of those employed in this area fell from two thirds (1949) to 10.2% over the same period. The production potential of agriculture is very large. The total area of ​​the […]

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Travel to Bolivia

Travel to Bolivia

Bolivia is sometimes called Latin Tibet, because a large part of the country is relatively isolated high up in the Andes. Bolivia is the least developed country in South America, but in return has great natural riches, charming cities, highly living traditions and a population that is fifty percent made up of Indians. Bolivia’s capital […]

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Paraguay Territory

TERRITORY: MORPHOLOGY According to findjobdescriptions, the Paraguayan territory occupies the northern section of the great Platense lowland which separates the ancient plateaus of Brazil from Andean South America. The most important geographical element of the country, so much so as to give it its name, is the Río Paraguay, a vital axis both for communications […]

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Los Uros Peru

Puno, Peru Travel Guide

The amazing city of Punu was founded in the year 1668, by the then viceroy with the long name; Pedro Antonio Fernández de Castro. Puno used to have as long names as its founder, when it was once the capital of the Paucarcolla region. Today, the city houses 149,064 inhabitants and is an important agricultural […]

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