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Visiting its capital, Asuncion, you can tour it’s array of museums and architectural sites like the Cathedral, The Rivera Center which is a complex of restored home to admire the 18th and 19th century Paraguay, each house with a story that summarizes the Paraguayan history. Traveling south to the tri-border region, tour Itaipu Dam, until recently the largest in the world. A must see though are the Jesuit Ruins of Trinidad de Parana.

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Asuncion Missiones-Itaupu

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Asuncion
The “Mother of Cities” was founded in 1537, and declared independence from Spain in 1811. The charming historic section can be explored on foot. The friendly Paraguayan capital, gateway to the grassy Gran Chaco region, has long been a center of music, poetry and the arts, but only in recent years has Asunción been able to escape its long history of dictatorship rule. Sites to visit include Panteon Nacional de los Heroes, Casa de la Independencia and Catedral de Nuestra Senora de Asuncion.

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Missiones Itaupu
The “Mother of Cities” was founded in 1537, and declared independence from Spain in 1811. The charming historic section can be explored on foot. The friendly Paraguayan capital, gateway to the grassy Gran Chaco region, has long been a center of music, poetry and the arts, but only in recent years has Asunción been able to escape its long history of dictatorship rule. Sites to visit include Panteon Nacional de los Heroes, Casa de la Independencia and Catedral de Nuestra Senora de Asuncion.

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