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Argentina, the world's eighth largest country, is the second largest in South America. One third of it 40 million inhabitants live in its capital, Buenos Aires. Originally known as Rio de la Plata, Argentina was first la... More »

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Argentina has a Friend's Day holiday that celebrates friendships, is home to multiple discoveries of enormous dinosaurs, and is the southernmost inhabited city in the world. Also, Argentina is the second country in the A... More »

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Peru is the third largest country in South America, with a total population of 27,947,000. Peru contains three distinct geographical regions: the coast in the western part of the country, the Andean highlands in central ... More »

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Argentina has a Friend's Day holiday that celebrates friendships, is home to multiple discoveries of enormous dinosaurs, and is the southernmost inhabited city in the world. Also, Argentina is the second country in the A... More »

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Paraguay is a country located in the center of South America; it is bordered by Bolivia, Brazil and Argentina. Paraguay is a landlocked country; the only other landlocked country in South America is Bolivia. As of 2013, ... More »

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Argentina is a large country with many different physical features, ranging from the crest of the Andes Mountains to the estuary known as Rio de la Plata. The country lays claim to land in the continents of South America... More »

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Argentina is a representative democratic republic, a system of governance based on elected officials representing the people of that country and their interests. It functions as a federal system with a presidential head ... More »

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