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WAY OF BEING – Francene Keery: The charm of the Paraguay River, in photos

Look into nature, you will understand everything  Looking for a good book, walking on Avenida General José de San Martín (Asunción), you find a place where they offer a quality service that allows you to have access to the library with the best prices and brands. By promoting cultural and educational growth, El Lector http://www.ellector.com.py/ contributes to the dissemination of …

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A YOUNG DESIGNER, CREATIVE AND TALENTED – Celina Mersan: Evok femininity, into diversity

When is halfway, between elegant and romantic Mercado Cuatro, Asunción’s largest and busiest open-air bazaar, it is estled in a peaceful area. The tangled network of stalls offers travelers everything. Head to the stalls peddling handmade crafts, admiring hammocks and traditional clothes. If you are looking for an authentic piece of Paraguay, start at Folklore https://www.facebook.com/pages/Folklore-Artesania/266343267419161, where you will find …

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BREATHE OF PARADISE, IN VERSES – Susy Delgado: In an awakening, everyone must go away

Cultivate interest in all the art and culture plots The Paraguayan music is totally of European origin. Here, most popular instruments are the harp and the guitar. The best nightclubs in Asuncion? You to can stop off at the trendy Paseo Carmelitas to wine and dine  before cutting loose at a happening club such as Velvet http://www.velvet.com.py/, where you can …

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DESPERTAR – Maneco Galeano: Soy de la Chacarita

When you find out that, the song is of little use to change a situation In the Paraguay River, https://www.rainforestcruises.com/jungle-blog/paraguay-river-in-the-pantanal fishing in the allowed months is exceptional. It is the main tributary of the Paraná River and is one of the most important in the Plata basin. It born in Brazil, and crosses Bolivia and Paraguay, where it acts as …

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WORKING TRANSPARENCIES, CONTRASTS AND TEXTURES – Ricardo Migliorisi: The impulse to come out as a transgressor

Show innovator, psychedelic and delirious style The psychology of art it is dedicated to the study of the phenomenons of artistic appreciation from a psychological perspective. You are looking for creative therapy? Paint, because art, in all of its expressions, frees a person’s subjectivity. During you Paraguayan trip, in Asunción https://roadsandkingdoms.com/2019/know-before-you-go-to-asuncion-paraguay/ you can meet the painting free expression of a …

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PRAISE FOR PURITY – Bolivia, through the eyes of those born there

Through forests, close to the Jurassic period Preparing a trip to Bolivia https://www.worldlyadventurer.com/traveling-bolivia/, the first images that immediately come to mind are those of a mountain and plateau landscape. This region hosts famous places, such as the Salar de Uyuni and Lake Titicaca. The Altiplano is indeed a succession of landscapes of original beauty: on one side the Cordillera Real, …

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DETRÁS DE UNA FOTO – Wara Vargas Lara, the most skilled female photojournalist in Bolivia

Sexist & Colonial Portrayals of Latin America   Although it is not a prime spot for haute cuisine, La Paz’s quality places to eat are on the rise. Entering Manna Ser Sano restaurant https://www.facebook.com/MannaSerSano/, you can discover a good place to consider. Its names of the dishes inspire awe and appetite:  Papicar bien (to nibble healthily, or to make love …

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YOUNG AND PERSONAL VISION IN FASHION CREATIONS – Erika Wiese: Perpetuate and preserve Bolivian native culture, through design

Make fashion, using family heritage and the different cultures  The men of this city avoid traditional clothes; adopting clothing that is more western. In La Paz, Calle Sagarnaga and its surrounding streets host the largest tourist market in the city. Objects such as caps, sweaters, leg warmers, scarves and gloves are used to keep the cold away, while brightly colored …

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A SPACE FOR THE SKYLINE – Adela Zamudio, a singular woman, precursor of Feminism in Bolivia

Dreaming love, under the pseudonym of Soledad The facade of Cathedral of Cochabamba reflects a mestizo fusion of Spanish Baroque and indigenous architectural styles. Perched atop the hill in Cochabamba, tall statue of the Cristo de la Concordia is the tallest of its kind in the world. Located to the east of Cochabamba, the National Park Carrasco is boasts cloud …

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NO SE ACABA EL MUNDO CUANDO UN AMOR SE VA – Los Kjarkas: The world does not end when a love goes away

It took a long time to become a myth Capinota is a small town in the Bolivian Department of Cochabamba. There is one UNESCO world heritage site nearby. It is Historic City of Sucre in a distance of 132 mi (or 212 km), Southeast. While being here, you might want to pay a visit Cochabamba. Mostly known from a movie …

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