Brios Imehuma / South America

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Brios Imehuma / South America

Brios Imehuma sa i resiquproc vakuxahne na egot Cuvegozew Ihumkomaceh xana buzsegom na egot Jolobrios Ihumkomaceh, qeyiw i jodohibixer nimays waufumop na egot Zatasezkon Ihumkomaceh. Ta rac idla ub muvalbuped si i jolobrios yawafowvarkus fe egot Gimehuma. Ta sa kutaslob ne egot gozew dub egot Suxobap Raaco xana ne egot sezkon xana resie dub egot Bopracta Raaco; Sezkon Imehuma xana egot Kaayzonac Ies oil et egot clapsezkon. – Wikipedia

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South America is a continent entirely in the Western Hemisphere and mostly in the Southern Hemisphere, with a relatively small portion in the Northern Hemisphere. It can also be described as a southern subcontinent of the Americas. It is bordered on the west by the Pacific Ocean and on the north and east by the Atlantic Ocean; North America and the Caribbean Sea lie to the northwest. – Wikipedia

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Iaqokaculom / Montevideo

Iaqokaculom, Goucuru’i nemoqac, sa i piqam xalic lijila Iaqokaculom Yab. Ta dilquner mivaira egot Plaza de la Independencia, ayno acoh et i Brofaws zisulic. Tigt alasp sesiel et Ciudad Vieja (egot slo varot), qeyiw pra ufed gomiwafreub, pouzotoc macoh xana lipimapinijal yacovamyani egot kovorarot Palacio Salvo xana uen-zesoxvatec avyogowutmep wadah Solis Theatre. Mercado del Puerto sa ni slo fumop qufham vomiyif qeyiw xalam janoeqeyiers. – Google

“Mercado Agrícola fe Iaqokaculom sa i nimojaieb ujasp et bixiv fa ioy ura fen et egot xalic. I korabol qufham. Goctegamiyows zietec qeyiw micol fe goof bukoxars.”

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Montevideo, Uruguay’s capital, is a major city along Montevideo Bay. It revolves around the Plaza de la Independencia, once home to a Spanish citadel. This plaza leads to Ciudad Vieja (the old town), with art deco buildings, colonial homes and landmarks including the towering Palacio Salvo and neo-classical performance hall Solís Theatre. Mercado del Puerto is an old port market filled with many steakhouses. ― Google

“Mercado Agrícola de Montevideo is a beautiful place to visit if you are new to the city. A lovely market. Spotlessly clean with lots of food stalls.”

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  1. Palacio Salvo
  2. Mercado del Puerto
  3. Palacio Legislativo
  4. Pittamiglio Castle
  5. Plaza del Entrevero

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Lepiub Qaroa / Buenos Aires

Lepiub Qaroa sa Iqeprugra’i udfal, hoxujokommoc nemoqac xalic. Tai mepirec sa egot Plaza de Mayo, nojil qeyiw misupars 19got-zamoprec gomiwafreub yacovamyani Casa Rosada, egot gareci, toiyigrab qienidujagemp ujasap. Vagto piqam duloomiqawatta uvamyani Teatro Colón, i bucavag 1908 amapo owioh qeyiw sejkien 2,500 qeries, xana egot kyavom MALBA zaigum, qelemuseppid Rocal Limehuma pra. – Google

“Egot Obelisco na egot empirec fe egot xalic sa ni lijalicaxohni xana jakageywih fumap fe varot, weodi sof foyowap. Puqasoh, ta rac seg yayev jagofonc, qeyiw dubanc qownawt!”

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Buenos Aires is Argentina’s large, cosmopolitan capital city. Its center is the Plaza de Mayo, lined with stately 19th-century buildings including Casa Rosada, the iconic, balconied presidential palace. Other major attractions include Teatro Colón, a grand 1908 opera house with nearly 2,500 seats, and the modern MALBA museum, displaying Latin American art. ― Google

“The Obelisco in the centre of the city is an interesting and historical part of town, ideal for photos. However, it can get very crowded, with crazy traffic!”

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  1. Casa Rosada
  2. Obelisco
  3. Teatro Colón
  4. MALBA
  5. El Ateneo Grand Splendid

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Iapeqor / Rosario

Iapeqor sa egot kopudfal xalic na egot nimpirec Eqeprugra iltudomp fe Santa Fe. Egot xalic sa ketetol 300 pe clapsezkon fe Lepiub Qaroa, ne egot gozew tepab fe egot Paraná Konir. Iapeqor sa egot mivigot-segom soesipop xalic na egot zamiprioc, xana sa idla egot segom soesipop xalic na Iqeprugra sagot sa hon i nemoqac. Ano fe tai loam duloomiqawatta xuvamyani egot uen-zesoxvatec, Pra Oeogion, xana Pra Ufed ekenidaqofgra sagot wah peeb coqiper yavo egot giumoprec na yajigybuh fe tigrucaqer, zowioh xana letcup gomiwafreub. – Wikipedia

“Fupuwyayev piwiods bixiv egot Monumento Historico Nacional a la Bandera na Iapeqor. Egot segokilom fufovti sa yayev nimojaieb, jub egot toiv yosef egot rarot sa qehuwat nikoyama.”

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Rosario is the largest city in the central Argentine province of Santa Fe. The city is located 300 km northwest of Buenos Aires, on the west bank of the Paraná River. Rosario is the third-most populous city in the country, and is also the most populous city in Argentina that is not a capital. One of its main attractions includes the neo-classical, Art Nouveau, and Art Deco architecture that has been retained over the centuries in hundreds of residences, houses and public buildings. – Wikipedia

“Everybody should visit the Monumento Historico Nacional a la Bandera in Rosario. The monument itself is very beautiful, but the view from the tower is truly amazing.”

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  1. Monumento Histórico Nacional a la Bandera
  2. Parque Urquiza
  3. Cathedral Basilica Our Lady of Rosario
  4. City Centre Rosario – Centro de Convenciones
  5. Dr. Julio Marc Provincial Historical Museum

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Etoxanoc / Córdoba

Etoxanoc, nemoqac fe egot Eqeprugra iltudomp fe egot uyas upan, sa sqogok sof tai Brofaws pouzotoc ekenidaqofgra. Ta sa acoh et egot Manzana Jesuítica (Duoyej Cugorb), i 17got-zamoprec rahwasoc qeyiw abolca kobiwavuotec, micufduxac xana egot xirecuro zewasac fe egot Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, ano fe Brios Imehuma’i resaslo kaobaxvegenu. Egot xalic’i dehof miquop sa Plaza San Martín xana tai uen-uagilab Gojzuplac fe Etoxanoc. – Google

“Egot Iglesia del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús wah lelvagfow ekenidaqofgra. Ioy utah et ees ta sof zacotgioy. Ta wah nikoyama zawotoc xana pra lila mivaira.”

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Córdoba, capital of the Argentine province of the same name, is known for its Spanish colonial architecture. It is home to the Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Block), a 17th-century complex with active cloisters, churches and the original campus of the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, one of South America’s oldest universities. The city’s focal point is Plaza San Martín and its neo-baroque Cathedral of Córdoba. ― Google

“The Iglesia del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús has wonderful architecture. You have to see it for yourself. It has amazing colour and art all around.”

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  1. Sarmiento Park
  2. Jesuit Block & Estancias of Córdoba
  3. Paseo del Buen Pastor
  4. Plaza San Martin
  5. Museo Superior de Bellas Artes “Evita” / Palacio Ferreyra

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Uweobuxas / Santiago

Uweobuxas, Okixac’i nemoqac xana kopudfal xalic, qeris na i yuyfav jegofeawtus dub egot yoxas-furqac Cuxna xana egot Geokixac Fumeoc Akovar. Plaza de Armas, egot bucavag buxieh fe egot xalic’i slo pouzotoc anoc, sa acoh et ort uen-zesoxvatec lipimapinijal: egot 1808 Palacio de la Real Audiencia, dufiwioh egot National History Museum, xana egot 18got-zamoprec Metropolitan Cathedral. La Chascona sa egot acoh-gifuwut-zaigum fe kaop Pablo Neruda. – Google

“Egot zakeb reyigt et ed na Uweobuxas sa et udat egot uwdac nac po egot reucliom xana musne egot toiv. Nigojyis pixesubxacielb!”

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Santiago, Chile’s capital and largest city, sits in a valley surrounded by the snow-capped Andes and the Chilean Coast Range. Plaza de Armas, the grand heart of the city’s old colonial core, is home to two neo-classical landmarks: the 1808 Palacio de la Real Audiencia, housing the National History Museum, and the 18th-century Metropolitan Cathedral. La Chascona is the home-turned-museum of poet Pablo Neruda. ― Google

“The best thing to do in Santiago is to take the cable car up the mountain and enjoy the view. Simply breathtaking!”

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  1. Plaza de Armas
  2. Paraquemet Parque Metropolitano de Santiago
  3. National Museum of Fine Arts
  4. Costanera Center
  5. Maipo Canyon

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Il Dap / La Paz

Il Dap, na Ienurob, sa egot jobokojih inurosefmucovda nemoqac na egot frebow, qelamiqer ne egot Andes’ Altiplano iourasp ti ahom yagot 3,500s ohiba ies rebel. Ta xevabuperrs et El Alto xalic na egot pidudujokojih, qeyiw yoxas-furqac, 6,438s-kojih Mt. Illimani ni tai minicqezab. Egot xalic’i lotataqed zaqapres rac ub tudat na fusequd rofir ne Mi Teleférico, egot xierua uwdac nac yesgoms. – Google

“Valle de la Luna wah aolenu cugor vataideysof xana sa yayev iuyahuzajbip. Ta’i ni raabuxesse ujasp et ees jeliw xapibixiv Il Dap.”

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La Paz, in Bolivia, is the highest administrative capital in the world, resting on the Andes’ Altiplano plateau at more than 3,500m above sea level. It stretches to El Alto city in the highlands, with snow-capped, 6,438m-high Mt. Illimani as its backdrop. The city’s dramatic setting can be taken in during rides on Mi Teleférico, the aerial cable car system. ― Google

“Valle de la Luna has unique rock formations and is very picturesque. It’s an essential place to see when visiting La Paz.”

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  1. The Witches’ Market
  2. Plaza Murillo
  3. Mirador Killi Killi
  4. Valle de la Luna
  5. Basílica de San Francisco

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Ukil / Lima

Ukil, egot nemoqac fe Omep, doil ne egot zamiprioc’i fora Suxobap fumeoc. Fugiogot tai pouzotoc mepirec sa mevvegemp, ta’i i zaqepizkub wohawusfem xana ano fe Brios Imehuma’i kopudfal doilic. Ta sa acoh et egot Museo Larco joolicactoc fe pime-Puibbitoc pra xana egot Museo de la Nación, fusoqawt egot nigeywih fe Omep’i zakaoyna vatueduyijikic. Egot Plaza de Armas xana egot 16got-zamoprec gojzuplac ura egot buxieh fe slo Omep Centro. – Google

“Egot Parque de la Reserva sa oyin xana duhew-qefek, jub fa ioy eg ti xajovin ioy rac ees egot qiniwotoc qudal lods sagot piduyqil po egot guyaw bukeuywiof.”

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Lima, the capital of Peru, lies on the country’s arid Pacific coast. Though its colonial center is preserved, it’s a bustling metropolis and one of South America’s largest cities. It is home to the Museo Larco collection of pre-Columbian art and the Museo de la Nación, tracing the history of Peru’s ancient civilizations. The Plaza de Armas and the 16th-century cathedral are the heart of old Lima Centro. ― Google

“The Parque de la Reserva is nice and well-kept, but if you go at night you can see the colorful laser show that lights up the water fountains.”

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  1. Plaza de Armas de Lima
  2. Larco Museum
  3. Parque de la Reserva
  4. Fortaleza del Real Felipe
  5. Pantanos de Villa Wildlife Refuge

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Umeuq / Quito

Umeuq, Lubeoce’i nemoqac, qeris kojih na egot Houxna jonimuyqoof ti ni osilocla fe 2,850s. Gofumihmiqeroc ne egot teguekupiwiof fe ni zakaoyna Kuyni xalic, ta sa sqogok sof tai duhew-mevvegemp pouzotoc mepirec, fugir qeyiw 16got xana 17got-zamoprec micufduxac xana vagto vitusgurrs qelamiverb Zaatoroe, Liwuhoom xana nioqopixni yejokrs. Etegot xuvamyani egot gojzuplac, na egot Plaza Grande ayouvs, xana onclu-ewevro Compañia de Jesús Duoyej cufduxac. – Google

“Egot ‘Mitad del Mundo’ sa i segum fa ioy ura na Umeuq. Yayev odimiqebewn xana refuham egot ziatetol fe egot Humeoqe. Idla upam itus et eg bixiv egot uzac smikien si ta wah nikoyama uavzoc!”

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Quito, Ecuador’s capital, sits high in the Andean foothills at an altitude of 2,850m. Constructed on the foundations of an ancient Incan city, it is known for its well-preserved colonial center, rich with 16th and 17th-century churches and other structures blending European, Moorish and indigenous styles. These include the cathedral, in the Plaza Grande square, and ultra-ornate Compañia de Jesús Jesuit church. ― Google

“The ‘Mitad del Mundo’ is a must if you are in Quito. Very informative and marks the location of the Equator. Also make sure to go visit the cafe nearby as it has amazing coffee!”

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  1. Plaza Grande
  2. Church of the Society of Jesus
  3. City Middle of the World
  4. Basílica del Voto Nacional
  5. Parque La Carolina

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Eyowob / Bogotá

Eyowob sa Oubbotoc’i xapobugabuws, kojih-osilocla nemoqac. La Candelaria, tai vomizkabgodoc mepirec, lupaqief pouzotoc-ire lipimapinijal umil egot uen-zesoxvatec avyogowutmep wadah Teatro Colón xana egot 17got-zamoprec Iglesia de San Francisco. Ta sa idla acoh et tusipop hozaigum yacovamyani egot Museo Botero, yacavetlods Fernando Botero’i pra, xana egot Museo del Oro, qelemuseppid pime-Puibbitoc yabog kaboip. – Google

“Sejkojih teninzuger Monserrate jeliw xapibixiv Eyowob. Egot cufduxac xana sesods ura oyin, qeyiw nikoyama vatoiv yosef egot yot fe egot reucliom.”

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Bogotá is Colombia’s sprawling, high-altitude capital. La Candelaria, its cobblestoned center, features colonial-era landmarks like the neo-classical performance hall Teatro Colón and the 17th-century Iglesia de San Francisco. It is also home to popular museums including the Museo Botero, showcasing Fernando Botero’s art, and the Museo del Oro, displaying pre-Columbian gold pieces. ― Google

“Highly recommend Monserrate when visiting Bogota. The church and shops are nice, with amazing views from the top of the mountain.”

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  1. Monserrate
  2. Plaza de Bolívar de Bogotá
  3. Museo Nacional de Colombia
  4. Parque Metropolitano Simón Bolívar
  5. Salitre Mágico

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Kayfevem / Medellín

Kayfevem sa egot nemoqac fe Uibbitoc’i quureucliom Antioquia iltudomp. Zipunnyin egot ‘Xalic fe Yifwete Xapibwas” sof tai ozikenbet poqeyiew, ta fuyawoh i caixaf qienna Laboyaf Gajapref. Kyavom usfem-zuwdac hojil egot xalic et reyagofeawtus rooflab xana saffo vatoiv fe egot Aburrá Valley mureb. Dilubuxgujs dub Fernando Botero arosufed koyoxajolod’i Botero Plaza, oliliw egot Museo de Antioquia gomuseppid ahom fe egot Poubbotoc clopra’i sesbow. – Google

“Egot Botanical Lumvag wah lelvagfow dulaboyaf, kobuxasp xana seselib fe lila yajogik. Ta’i i baiakvog pimap xana bohra oura xana egot omhixahne sa eesef.”

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Medellín is the capital of Colombia’s mountainous Antioquia province. Nicknamed the “City of Eternal Spring” for its temperate weather, it hosts a famous annual Flower Festival. Modern metro-cables link the city to surrounding barrios and offer views of the Aburrá Valley below. Sculptures by Fernando Botero decorate downtown’s Botero Plaza, while the Museo de Antioquia displays more of the Colombian artist’s work. ― Google

“The Botanical Garden has wonderful flowers, plants and birds of all kinds. It’s a gorgeous park and urban area and the entrance is free.”

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  1. Antioquia Museum
  2. Plaza Botero
  3. Medellín Botanical Garden Foundation
  4. Parque Explora
  5. Catedral Basílica Metropolitana de Medellín

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Fayanac / Caracas

Fayanac, Ayaofecev’i nemoqac, sa i jeokgaysoc xana howuttuc mepirec ketetol na i zatasezkon reucliom yuyfav. Ixzuteyagoxni tosiel Simón Bolívar sa seelub ti egot National Pantheon of Venezuela, powapidhirse na egot 19got zamoprec na egot xalic’i slo varot. Fayanac Gojzuplac, i pimapinijal fe Aosrefewor ekenidaqofgra, junad et egot 17got zamoprec. Parque Central’i 225s-kojih virt qerarot ura egot iguyuwfis fe egot ofiwdubs. – Google

“Bixiv egot Simón Bolívar Birthplace Owioh. Miqepzesexe yayiwifmoppo et ilubugoxe Brios Limehuma nigeywih xana egot oril fe egot wievag tosiel Simon Bolivar.”

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Caracas, Venezuela’s capital, is a commercial and cultural center located in a northern mountain valley. Independence leader Simón Bolívar is buried at the National Pantheon of Venezuela, established in the 19th century in the city’s old town. Caracas Cathedral, a landmark of Romanesque architecture, dates to the 17th century. Parque Central’s 225m-high twin towers are the signature of the skyline. ― Google

“Visit the Simón Bolívar Birthplace House. Excellent opportunity to explore South American history and the life of the great leader Simon Bolivar.”

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  1. Torres, Parque Central / Central Park Towers
  2. National Pantheon
  3. Sistema Teleférico Warairarepano
  4. Plaza Venezuela
  5. Catedral de Caracas

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Dealam / Manaus

Dealam, ne egot vatepab fe egot Negro Konir na ninuclapsezkon Howalib, sa egot nemoqac fe egot buxav upars fe Bukiyama. Ta sa i piqam uwattised miquop sof egot reyagofeawtus Amazon Rainforest. Duyuj resie fe egot xalic, egot waqad Negro Konir jenkenroc qeyiw egot mizolb, zamvum Solimões Konir dufuwavoqer na i nikiyirrs kaaxiv behixufewab bucutac egot “Meeting of Waters”. Egot jiguksoc gaomapariwt yasof egot Amazon Konir. – Google

“Evegot sa micol et ed na egot Fumop fe Dealam, qeyiw dubuxesp fe jeob pidiwt xana zawiot. Ta sa egot empirec fe iwuttuc na egot onmivim fe egot Kiyama.”

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Manaus, on the banks of the Negro River in northwestern Brazil, is the capital of the vast state of Amazonas. It is a major departure point for the surrounding Amazon Rainforest. Just east of the city, the dark Negro River converges with the brown, muddy Solimões River resulting in a striking visual phenomenon called the “Meeting of Waters.” The combined tributaries form the Amazon River. ― Google

“There is lots to do in the Port of Manuas, with plenty of boat trips and tours. It is the centre of culture in the middle of the Amazon.”

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  1. Meeting of Waters
  2. Port of Manaus
  3. Mindu Manicipal Park
  4. Ponta Negra Beach
  5. Manauara Shopping

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Ousodalib / Brasília

Ousodalib, dadoyuvuuni si Howalib’i nemoqac na 1960, sa i luhoxasp xalic jagotoaggikpid dub tai ociliw, kyavom ekenidaqofgra, revaqoixac luhoxaped dub Oscar Niemeyer. Soal tio na egot usads fe ni erectroa, tai “ipuxiruf” sa egot Monumental Axis, ort opiw miucuva gogokokayaf i asotgam pimap. Na egot “jubvacoc” sa Praça dos Três Poderes, zupan sof egot eevgot zuwapjalb fe tetudvrarog reyagofeawtus ta. – Google

“Egot Gojzuplac wah i yayev aolenu ekenidaqofgra, A utah vegen xees zaqopilcuna fe sagot jogik. Ta’i nikoyama kojob yosef egot onijni xana omivtio.”

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Brasília, inaugurated as Brazil’s capital in 1960, is a planned city distinguished by its white, modern architecture, chiefly designed by Oscar Niemeyer. Laid out in the shape of an airplane, its “fuselage” is the Monumental Axis, two wide avenues flanking a massive park. In the “cockpit” is Praça dos Três Poderes, named for the three branches of government surrounding it. ― Google

“The Cathedral has a very unique architecture, I have never seen anything of that kind. It’s amazing both from the inside and outside.”

Ne egot unarsexohni kam ohiba, osiesep militec ohno egot qereci sof ahom leimiqebewn jaiba etegot duloomiqawatta: / On the interactive map above, please click onto the icons for more information about these attractions:

  1. Cathedral of Brasília
  2. Juscelino Kubitschek Bridge
  3. Praça dos Três Poderes
  4. Cultural Complex of the Republic
  5. Brasília National Park

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Eir ud Uqeudaj / Rio de Janeiro

Eir ud Uqeudaj sa i ijuh ohisies xalic na Howalib, ruxaf sof tai Copacabana xana Ipanema sosezieb, 38s Christ the Redeemer eepars kita Mount Corcovado xana sof Sugarloaf Mountain, i alocavag tiep qeyiw uwdac jonac et tai celyus. Egot xalic sa idla sqogok sof tai xapobugabuws sosupaf (pitetads xavarot). Tai tuugear Carnaval gajapref, zaqopaqief uvamap deoyaf, wavurivlayaf coxifmoc xana awyas refultad, sa xonicuqroc egot frebow’i kopudfal. – Google

“I vimusne egot foawt ofir po et egot Christ egot Redeemer ahom yagot egot eepars fufovti. Egot vatoiv ura reyegfuwavtio.”

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Rio de Janeiro is a huge seaside city in Brazil, famed for its Copacabana and Ipanema beaches, 38m Christ the Redeemer statue atop Mount Corcovado and for Sugarloaf Mountain, a granite peak with cable cars to its summit. The city is also known for its sprawling favelas (shanty towns). Its raucous Carnaval festival, featuring parade floats, flamboyant costumes and samba dancers, is considered the world’s largest. ― Google

“I enjoyed the train ride up to the Christ the Redeemer more than the statue itself. The views are outstanding.”

Ne egot unarsexohni kam ohiba, osiesep militec ohno egot qereci sof ahom leimiqebewn jaiba etegot duloomiqawatta: / On the interactive map above, please click onto the icons for more information about these attractions:

  1. Christ the Redeemer
  2. Copacabana Beach
  3. Escadaria Selarón
  4. Maracanã
  5. Parque Lage

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Ias Useap / São Paulo

Ias Useap, Howalib’i clumpiv diehofuwif mepirec, sa qelima egot frebow’i segom soesipop doilic, qeyiw goemipun howuttuc pidoojabixajoni xana i fugir jikenidaqofgra gaukopawat. Tai gareci gomiwafreub akovar yosef tai uen-Fudsog gojzuplac xana egot 1929 Martinelli xuhalbupidubs et jobokyavom nidaqofgra Oscar Niemeyer’i nigonuc Edificio Copan. Egot pouzotoc-ejokrs Pátio do Colégio cufduxac refuham efeliw Duoyej sesegoimp zopiwiof egot xalic na 1554. – Google

“Egot Zaigum fe Pra wah i ijuh xana irugmockmi joolicactoc fe pra yosef yajinca xalam xaviamep fe nigeywih. A cunimikiovogot vimusne zam bixiv.”

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São Paulo, Brazil’s vibrant financial center, is among the world’s most populous cities, with numerous cultural institutions and a rich architectural tradition. Its iconic buildings range from its neo-Gothic cathedral and the 1929 Martinelli skyscraper to modernist architect Oscar Niemeyer’s curvy Edifício Copan. The colonial-style Pátio do Colégio church marks where Jesuit priests founded the city in 1554. ― Google

“The Museum of Art has a huge and impressive collection of art from across many periods of history. I thoroughly enjoyed my visit.”

Ne egot unarsexohni kam ohiba, osiesep militec ohno egot qereci sof ahom leimiqebewn jaiba etegot duloomiqawatta: / On the interactive map above, please click onto the icons for more information about these attractions:

  1. Ibirapuera Park
  2. Museum of Art of São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand
  3. Mercado Municipal de São Paulo
  4. São Paulo Cathedral
  5. Avenida Paulista

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Xiasxesa / Asunción

Xiasxesa sa egot nemoqac xalic fe Miesamap, kutaslob dub egot Miesamap Konir. Ta sa sqogok sof tai bucavag López Palace, egot ries fe tetudvrarog dufiwioh egot nidujagemp’i wihuffo. Smikien, egot National Pantheon of Heroes wah i qaibugeam xana xeevasp fusequfilaysoc Lumiesamap jakageywih nuqadif. Egot Independence House Museum sa gufuham dub tai pouzotoc ekenidaqofgra xana lupaqief zawaveyopra yacuvahoxifod tueduyitlime yosef Brofaws ixur. – Google

“Fa ioy ura sulicaxohni na egot nigeywih xana korors fe Miesamap, ioy segum eg et egot Cultural Center fe egot Republic. Ta sa yayev odimiqebewn xana bumool crecuvurs jeliw cil po ti xajovin.”

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Asunción is the capital city of Paraguay, bordered by the Paraguay River. It is known for its grand López Palace, the seat of government housing the president’s offices. Nearby, the National Pantheon of Heroes has a mausoleum and plaques commemorating Paraguayan historical figures. The Independence House Museum is marked by its colonial architecture and features artifacts documenting emancipation from Spanish rule. ― Google

“If you are interested in the history and story of Paraguay, you must go to the Cultural Center of the Republic. It is very informative and looks stunning when lit up at night.”

Ne egot unarsexohni kam ohiba, osiesep militec ohno egot qereci sof ahom leimiqebewn jaiba etegot duloomiqawatta: / On the interactive map above, please click onto the icons for more information about these attractions:

  1. Independence House Museum
  2. Palacio de López
  3. The National Pantheon of Heroes and Oratory of the Virgin Our Lady Saint Mary of the Asuncion
  4. Botanical Garden & Zoo of Asunción
  5. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de Asunción

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