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Published on June 23, 2008

Author: mmartinezcobas

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Real facts around the Hispanic world. By: Mayelin Martinez Cobas

Argentina Aconcagua, the tallest mountain in the Americas, is here. Argentineans eat an average of 228 lbs. of meat per person per year. Everybody tango! Argentineans tango with true passion, as the dance originated in their country. Argentina’s national game pato, a form of basketball played on horseback.

Aconcagua, the tallest mountain in the Americas, is here.

Argentineans eat an average of 228 lbs. of meat per person per year.

Everybody tango! Argentineans tango with true passion, as the dance originated in their country.

Argentina’s national game pato, a form of basketball played on horseback.

Argentina Republica Argentina Population: 37 000 000 Capital :Buenos Aires Gov’t: Federal Republic Official Language: Spanish Agriculture: meat, wheat, corn, linseed oil Industry: food processing, motor vehicles Currency: peso

Republica Argentina

Population: 37 000 000

Capital :Buenos Aires

Gov’t: Federal Republic

Official Language: Spanish

Agriculture: meat, wheat, corn, linseed oil

Industry: food processing, motor vehicles

Currency: peso

La bandera de Argentina.

El mapa de Argentina. Oceano Atlantico

Bolivia Flamingos live here. Clear your plate! Otherwise, your Bolivian host will be insulted. Bolivia is crossed by three Andes mountain ranges that contain four of the world’s highest, eternally snow-topped mountains. What is the world’s second largest inland sea and highest navigable lake? Lake Titicaca, of course, which lies half in Peru and half in Bolivia.

Flamingos live here.

Clear your plate! Otherwise, your Bolivian host will be insulted.

Bolivia is crossed by three Andes mountain ranges that contain four of the world’s highest, eternally snow-topped mountains.

What is the world’s second largest inland sea and highest navigable lake? Lake Titicaca, of course, which lies half in Peru and half in Bolivia.

Bolivia Republica de Bolivia Population: 12 000 000 Capital: La Paz Gov’t: Multiparty Republic Official Language: Spanish Agriculture: potatoes, fruits, vegetables. Industry: Limited manufacturing Currency: Boliviano

Republica de Bolivia

Population: 12 000 000

Capital: La Paz

Gov’t: Multiparty Republic

Official Language: Spanish

Agriculture: potatoes, fruits, vegetables.

Industry: Limited manufacturing

Currency: Boliviano

La bandera de Bolivia.

El mapa de Bolivia

Chile Llamas live in Chile. # 1 Mummy makers! Embalming their dead dead as early as 500 B.C.

Llamas live in Chile.

# 1 Mummy makers! Embalming their dead dead as early as 500 B.C.

Chile Republica de Chile Population: 14 271 000 Capital: Santiago Gov’t: Multy party republic Official Language: Spanish Agriculture: fresh fruit, salmon Industry: processed foods, metals (copper, iron, steel), wine, tourism. Currency: Peso

Republica de Chile

Population: 14 271 000

Capital: Santiago

Gov’t: Multy party republic

Official Language: Spanish

Agriculture: fresh fruit, salmon

Industry: processed foods, metals (copper, iron, steel), wine, tourism.

Currency: Peso

La bandera de chile

El mapa de Chile.

Colombia Vampire bats live here. Colombia is Christopher Columbus’ namesake! Don’t be “sleepless in Colombia!” Yawning in front of strangers is considered impolite because it is a sing of hunger, and rude! Vacation along the coast in Colombia! The coast includes both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

Vampire bats live here.

Colombia is Christopher Columbus’ namesake!

Don’t be “sleepless in Colombia!” Yawning in front of strangers is considered impolite because it is a sing of hunger, and rude!

Vacation along the coast in Colombia! The coast includes both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

Colombia Republica de Colombia Population: 34 948 000 Capital: Bogota Gov’t: Multiparty Republic Official Language: Spanish Agriculture: yarns, cut flowers, coffee Industry: Cement, chemicals, beverages , emeralds Currency: peso colombiano

Republica de Colombia

Population: 34 948 000

Capital: Bogota

Gov’t: Multiparty Republic

Official Language: Spanish

Agriculture: yarns, cut flowers, coffee

Industry: Cement, chemicals, beverages , emeralds

Currency: peso colombiano

La bandera de Colombia

El mapa de Colombia

Ecuador The equator goes through this country. Women were allowed to vote in 1929. Ecuador has more than 30 active volcanoes.

The equator goes through this country.

Women were allowed to vote in 1929.

Ecuador has more than 30 active volcanoes.

Ecuador Republica del Ecuador Population: 11 384 000 Capital: Quito Gov’t: Multiparty Republic Agriculture: petroleum, bananas, shrimp Industry: petroleum, food processing, textiles Currency: Sucre

Republica del Ecuador

Population: 11 384 000

Capital: Quito

Gov’t: Multiparty Republic

Agriculture: petroleum, bananas, shrimp

Industry: petroleum, food processing, textiles

Currency: Sucre

La bandera de Ecuador.

El mapa de Ecuador

Paraguay Here, people eat manioc, a vegetable like potato. The pineapple is believed to have originated in the lowlands of Paraguay. Paraguay has the highest growth rate in South America at 2.6%.

Here, people eat manioc, a vegetable like potato.

The pineapple is believed to have originated in the lowlands of Paraguay.

Paraguay has the highest growth rate in South America at 2.6%.

Paraguay Republica del Paraguay Population: 4 580 000 Capital: Asuncion Gov’t: constitutional Official Language: Spanish Agriculture: Soybeans, feed cotton, meat, edible oils, tobacco, cattle Industry: Sugar, cement, textiles, beverages, wood products, electricity Currency: Guarani

Republica del Paraguay

Population: 4 580 000

Capital: Asuncion

Gov’t: constitutional

Official Language: Spanish

Agriculture: Soybeans, feed cotton, meat, edible oils, tobacco, cattle

Industry: Sugar, cement, textiles, beverages, wood products, electricity

Currency: Guarani

La bandera de Paraguay.

El mapa de Paraguay.

Peru / Perú In Peru, people grow more than 100 different kinds of potatoes! Never a raindrop upon your head in Lima, Peru! It never rains in Lima, Peru. Never has and never will. The Incas and other pre-Columbian tribes in Peru developed the decimal system, years before it was used in Europe. Machu Picchu was discovered by Hiram Bingham, an American, in 1911.

In Peru, people grow more than 100 different kinds of potatoes!

Never a raindrop upon your head in Lima, Peru! It never rains in Lima, Peru. Never has and never will.

The Incas and other pre-Columbian tribes in Peru developed the decimal system, years before it was used in Europe.

Machu Picchu was discovered by Hiram Bingham, an American, in 1911.

Peru Republica de Peru Population: 23 588 000 Capital: Lima Gov’t: Transitional republic Official Language: Spanish Agriculture: cotton, coffee, byproducts Industry: Mining(copper, zinc, lead, gold, silver) petroleum, fishing Currency: Nuevo sol

Republica de Peru

Population: 23 588 000

Capital: Lima

Gov’t: Transitional republic

Official Language: Spanish

Agriculture: cotton, coffee, byproducts

Industry: Mining(copper, zinc, lead, gold, silver) petroleum, fishing

Currency: Nuevo sol

La bandera de Peru.

El mapa de Peru.

Uruguay A kind of bird called rhea lives here. Uruguay is the smallest Hispanic republic. Uruguay is the Switzerland of South America because of its democracy and social benefits such as free education.

A kind of bird called rhea lives here.

Uruguay is the smallest Hispanic republic.

Uruguay is the Switzerland of South America because of its democracy and social benefits such as free education.

Uruguay Republica Oriental del Uruguay Population: 3 300 000 Capital: Montivideo Gov’t: Republic Official Language: Spanish Agriculture: wool manufactures, beef Industry: Food processing, electrical machinery, tourism Currency: Peso uruguayo

Republica Oriental del Uruguay

Population: 3 300 000

Capital: Montivideo

Gov’t: Republic

Official Language: Spanish

Agriculture: wool manufactures, beef

Industry: Food processing, electrical machinery, tourism

Currency: Peso uruguayo

La bandera de Uruguay

El mapa de Uruguay

Venezuela Giant anteaters live in Venezuela. En Venezuela viven los osos hormigueros gigantes.

Giant anteaters live in Venezuela.

En Venezuela viven los osos hormigueros gigantes.

Venezuela Republica Bolivariana de Venezuela Population: 24 000 000 Capital: Caracas Gov’t: Federal Republic Official Language: Spanish Agriculture: coffee, cocoa Industry: petro-chemicals, oil refining, iron ore, steel, aluminum Currency: Bolivar

Republica Bolivariana de Venezuela

Population: 24 000 000

Capital: Caracas

Gov’t: Federal Republic

Official Language: Spanish

Agriculture: coffee, cocoa

Industry: petro-chemicals, oil refining, iron ore, steel, aluminum

Currency: Bolivar

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