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Asunción (official name: La Muy Noble y Leal Ciudad de Nuestra Señora Santa Maria de la Asunción) is the capital of the South American state of Paraguay. With around 510,000 inhabitants and about 1.9 million people in the metropolitan area it is also the largest city in the country.
The Brazilian town of Bonito is located on the banks of the Rio da Prata, in the South American Pantana, one of the largest inland wetlands of the earth, which has been a UNESCO world nature heritage site since 2000.
Caracas is the capital of Venezuela, located in the north of the country, in the Caracas Valley. The coast is just 10 km away from the city, yet separated from it by the 2,000-meter-high El Ávila National Park Columbus was the first European to reach the coast of Caracas in 1498. In the following period here formed a small colony, however the actual city but only established around the year 1570. Cocoa exports in the mid-18th century entailed a first boom for Caracas.
Ciudad Bolívar, named in honor of the independence fighter Simón Bolívar (1783 - 1830), is the capital of the Venezuelan state of Bolívar. Here, at the narrowing of the great Orinoco stream, was built in 1967, the very first bridge over the river. Music plays a great role in Ciudad Bolívar, the birthplace of many famous musicians.
Concepción is a Paraguayan town with 50,000 inhabitants, located on the Rio Paraguay. It was founded in 1787, its boom finally took place at the beginning of the 20th century, when many Italian immigrants settled in Concepción. The Paraguayan civil war begun in 1947 came to an end here which is why it is also called "Revolución de Concepción '.
Cuiabá with its around 500,000 inhabitants is the capital of the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso. The city is located in the center of the South American continent, on the banks of the Rio Cuiabá. It was founded in 1719, its name derives from the Indian term, Ikuiapá which translated means "place of the harpoon".
The Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve, named after the river Cuyabeno is located in the Ecuadorian rainforest. The reserve officially established in 1979 is used both for the protection of the local flora and fauna, as well as for the preservation of the territories of indigenous peoples living there.
Puerto Francisco de Orellana, or shortly called El Coca ', is a town of about 19,000 inhabitants, located in the Amazon region of Ecuador. It is the capital of the province of Orellana and lies at the confluence of the rivers Napo and Coca. The city is named after the Spanish conquistador Francisco de Orellana (1511 - 1546)who sailed as first European on the Amazon from west to east.
Manta is a port city (about 200,000 inhabitants) on the Pacific coast of Ecuador. It is located in the province of Manabí and has existed since the time before the Spanish conquest. The most important economic activity is tuna fishing. Other industries are tourism as well as the chemical industry.
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- Asunción, Bonito, Caracas, Carayá Vuelta, Ciudad Bolívar, Concepción, Cuiabá, Cuyabeno, Francisco de Orellana, Manta (Quito), Pompeya, Puerto Ayacucho, Puerto Gregorio, Puerto Murtinho, Quito, Rio Ariaú, Rio Aturia, Rio Carabinani, Rio Curuá, San Fernando de Atabapo, Santa Fe