Category Archives: South America

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All About Suriname Country

Brief information Suriname is considered one of the most exotic countries in South America. Before traveling to Suriname, tourists are “armed” with a Dutch vocabulary and a passion for travel. In this country they really speak Dutch, and there are a lot of opportunities for interesting adventures. More than 80% of the territory is occupied… Read More »

All About South Georgia

Brief information Most tourists get to South Georgia, mainly on cruise ships and tourist yachts. However, some tourists purposefully seek to come to this island, which can be considered the personification of the unbridled nature of Antarctica. For the modern adventure-seeking traveler, a visit to South Georgia is an unforgettable experience. There are mountain peaks,… Read More »

All About Venezuela Country

Brief information Once upon a time, Arthur Conan Doyle wrote the science fiction novel The Lost World, which described the adventures of an English scientific expedition in South America. Few people know that Conan Doyle was inspired to write this novel by the Canaima National Park, located in Venezuela. Now Venezuela can hardly be called… Read More »

All About Uruguay Country

Brief information Uruguay is the only country in South America where there are no native Indians. However, Uruguay still amazes tourists with its unique flavor, culture and beach resorts on the Atlantic coast. Tourists note that the Old Town in Montevideo is very reminiscent of old Havana. Every foreigner who comes to Uruguay considers it… Read More »

All About South Sandwich Islands

Brief information The archipelago of the South Sandwich Islands attracts tourists who want to get acquainted with the amazing nature of Antarctica. There are a lot of birds there (it’s not for nothing that the Important Bird Areas organization called the islands of this archipelago a “key bird area”), and whales, seals and elephant seals… Read More »

All About Peru Country

Brief information In Peru, tourists will see the ancient land of the Incas, temples of the pre-Inca period, the Amazon rainforest, the snow-capped peaks of the Andes, the relict Lake Titicaca, the mysterious petroglyphs in the Nazca desert, museums in Lima, which the locals call the “City of Kings”, as well as condors majestically hovering… Read More »

All About Paraguay Country

Brief information Sometimes Paraguay is called Corazón de América (“Heart of America”), which reflects the geographical location of this country. Until now, very little is known about it, because tourists are fascinated by neighboring Brazil and Argentina. Tourists will be pleasantly surprised by the number of attractions that they will see in Paraguay. To this… Read More »

All About Guyana Country

Brief information Translated from the Indian language, the word “Guyana” means “Land of many waters.” This name suits Guyana perfectly, because there are not only numerous rivers with beautiful waterfalls, but also access to the Atlantic Ocean, on the coast of which long sandy beaches stretch. In the equatorial forests, savannah and mountainous areas, you… Read More »

All About French Guiana

Brief information The main treasures of French Guiana are untouched tropical forests, a large number of original peoples, reserves with toucans, flamingos, jaguars and sea turtles, and, of course, magnificent beaches with golden sand near the Atlantic Ocean. Tourists in French Guiana can watch how sea turtles are born, watch rare exotic birds, visit the… Read More »

All About Falkland Islands

Brief information In the UK, it is believed that the Falkland Islands were discovered at the end of the 16th century by the English navigator John Davis. However, Argentina, Spain and France claim that this honor belongs to their seafarers. Whatever it was, but now the Falkland Islands is still very mysterious and distant. Tourists… Read More »

All About Ecuador Country

Brief information In the heart of South America, high on the equator, there is a country of eternal spring and constantly flowering plants and flowers – Ecuador. Huge volcanoes with snow-capped peaks rise above the country. Below are green valleys, shining clear lakes, local Indian villages and haciendas that were once the backbone of Spanish… Read More »

All About Colombia Country

Brief information Colombia is often referred to as the “Gateway to South America”. This is the only South American country whose coast is washed by the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean. The amazing Colombian nature, including the Amazon jungle and the Andes mountains, will surprise the most sophisticated tourists who have already visited many… Read More »

All About Brazil Country

Brief information Brazil is famous for its luxurious numerous beaches, which stretch for hundreds of kilometers along the east coast of the country. However, every year millions of tourists from all over the world come to Brazil not only for the sake of excellent beach resorts. Tourists are also interested in the sights and culture… Read More »

All About Bolivia Country

Brief information Bolivia is sometimes compared to Tibet. Indeed, these two countries, located on two different continents, are very similar. Bolivia is a real treasury of ancient knowledge – the culture of civilizations of the pre-Columbian era has been preserved almost intact there. It is in this country that Titicaca is located – the highest… Read More »

All About Argentina Country

Brief information Tourists will be very surprised by the diversity of Argentina. This South American country has vast steppes – the pampas, as well as lunar landscapes and tropical forests, stunning glaciers and subantarctic nature, the famous Iguazu Falls, historical monuments, rich history, diverse traditions and distinct cultures, ski resorts and excellent beaches, some of… Read More »

10 Reasons to Go to Brazil

Brazilian culture According to topschoolsintheusa, for hundreds of years, the cultural heritage of Brazil has been created by people of different nationalities, races and religions. Bossa nova, capoeira and the famous Brazilian football have blossomed in this bouquet. Despite the differences, people here for the most part feel like a single people, hospitable and smiling.… Read More »

State Structure and Political System of Chile

According to microedu, Chile is a unitary presidential democratic republic. The Constitution, adopted in 1980, was reformed in 1989, important partial changes were also made in 1991, 1994, 1996. The process of bringing the Constitution in line with the needs of modern society continues. Since 1974, an administrative division has been introduced in Chile, according… Read More »

Brazil Agriculture

Agriculture and livestock farming are the most widely practiced economic activities. Agriculture is practiced, for the most part, with primitive methods and with little help of mechanical means (3,840 tractors were registered in 1940) and with very limited fertilizations (in 1947 less than 200,000 tons of chemical fertilizers were used, almost all imported). The average… Read More »

Brazil Literature

The last twenty years of Brazilian literature offer a very varied and rich picture. The intellectual generations of modern Brazil each seem to discover the reality of their own land and tradition from scratch. But the cultural and artistic flourishing of recent years and the more severe conception of national unity and its popular truth… Read More »

Argentina Morphology

The morphology of Argentina reflects with great evidence the origin of the country, as it appears from the two maps on the geotectonic individualities, and on the structural lines, due to Keidel; it is easy to deduce from them the great morphological provinces which make up the Republic. The largest is the immense lowland that… Read More »

Bolivia Literature

Birth of a national literature In the periods preceding the independence of Bolivia (1825), literary production was very limited. We remember the Crónica moralizada (1638) of the Augustinian Antonio de la Calancha and the Anales de la Villa Imperial de Potosí, attributed to D. Bartolomé Martínez y Vela, who lived in the 18th century. During… Read More »

Travel to Colombia

Colombia has an enormous amount to offer, both in terms of history, culture and nature. From the snow-capped Andes over the lowland’s tropical rainforests and the sunny Caribbean coast, the nature experiences are lined up and just waiting for a visit. In the cities you will see exciting architecture from the colonial era and the… Read More »

G-77 at a Glance

SPOTLIGHT: For 2019, the “State of Palestine” is chairing the 77-strong group in New York. The presidency of the G-77 is the highest political body within the organizational structure of the group, is regionally oriented (between Africa, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean) and is held for one year. Background According to WHICHEVERHEALTH.COM, the G-77… Read More »

Internship in Santiago

The breathtaking nature is one of the main reasons why Chile is becoming increasingly popular among travelers. From the desert to glaciers to volcanoes, the safest country in South America has everything to offer. According to microedu, the Chilean capital Santiago lies between the Pacific and the snow-capped Andes, the longest mountain range in the… Read More »

Best Travel Time and Climate for Chile

The sheer size and diversity of Chile make it easy to capture all of the elements (possibly Easter Island as well) in one trip. Unimaginably long and topographically irrational, home to both the highest and driest desert on earth and the ice fields of Tierra del Fuego, according to Payhelpcenter, Chile is an enchanting place… Read More »

G-24 at a Glance

Background According to HOWSMB.COM, the G-24 was founded in 1971 as an intergovernmental group for international monetary affairs and development. Goals Coordination of the position of the developing countries involved (own designation) at government level on aspects of financial policy and development, in particular on issues on the agenda of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)… Read More »

G20 at a Glance

SPOTLIGHT : The 2020 Summit took place from November 21-22 as a virtual meeting chaired by Saudi Arabia. Expectations were high, but so were the problems. The next summit will take place in Rome at the end of October 2021. Background According to HEALTHKNOWING.COM, the G20 is an informal group of 19 individual states and… Read More »

Asia Pacific Greater Organizations

Organizations in the Asia-Pacific Context The graphic gives an overview of the membership in important organizations in the Asia-Pacific region. The focus is on APEC with its 21 members (red frame). It includes not only East Asian and Pacific countries, but also countries in North America and Latin America. Europe is connected to this area,… Read More »

Organizations in Americas

American organizations The graphic provides an overview of membership in the most important international organizations on the American continent – and, we believe, with success. But above all: up to date. The graphic shows (from outside to inside) OAS NAFTA CELAC PROSUR (under construction since March 22, 2019) UNASUR (in dissolution) CAN (Andean Community) MERCOSUR… Read More »

UN Business

When the UN was founded, the threats to peace and security were seen primarily as military conflicts between states. Today, almost 70 years later, the concept of peace and security has gained a wider meaning. Civil wars and ethnic conflicts within states have become more common. Nor is it purely military conflicts that are considered… Read More »