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Parana

Parana Parana River River, South America. It is the continent's second longest river (after the AMAZON RIVER) and rises on the plateau of southeast-central Brazil. It flows generally south 3,032 mi (4,880 km) to join the URUGUAY RIVER and form the Rio de la PLATA estuary on the Atlantic Ocean. Its drainage basin includes most of southeastern Brazil, Paraguay, eastern Bolivia, and northern Argentina. From its origin at the confluence of the Grande and Paranaiba rivers to its junction with the PARAGUAY RIVER, it is known as the Alto (Upper) Parana. Completion of the Itaipu Dam between Paraguay and Brazil in the 1980s subm large reservoir.

Capital of the Argentine province of Entre Ríos located on the eastern shore of the Paraná River.The city's irregular plan has several diagonals, curving boulevards and complex intersections.

Places to Visit

Parana Museo de Bellas Arles
Museo de la Ciudad
Museo Historico de Entre Rios Martin Leguizamon flaunts
Balneario Thompson

Places to Stay

Hotel City
Hotel San Jorge

Hotel Bristol

Aires
Rosario
Sante Fe
Parana
Corrientes
Cordoba
Salta
San Antonio De Los Cobres
Tilcara
Mar Del Plata
Villa Gesell
Bahia Blanca
San Luis
Mendoza
San Juan
Neuquen
Junin De Los Andes
San Martin De Los Andes
Bariloche
Patagonia
Carmen De Patagones
Los Antiguos
El Calafate
Parque Nacional Los Glaciares
Tierra Del Fuego

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Easter Island
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Petrohue Falls
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