La Ropa Cultural
One item of traditional clothing is a short-sleeved tunic, called the Ao Po'i. It is one of the most important items of clothing in traditional Paraguayan clothing. The Ao Po'i is worn by both men and women, layered over long pants for men and a long skirt for women.
La Ropa Typica
In cities and towns, Paraguayans dress as people do in North America and Europe. Some rural women wear a shawl, called a rebozo, and a simple dress or a skirt and blouse. The men usually wear loose trousers called bomachas, a shirt or jacket, a necker-chief (neck scarf), and a poncho. Rural people usually go barefoot.
The climate of Paraguay is a subtropical climate in the Paraneña region and a tropical climate in the Chaco. The Paraneña region has a humid climate, with lots of rain throughout the year and only minor seasonal changes in temperature. They are on the other side of the equator, so the few seasonal changes they have are the opposite of ours.
This is the bandera of Paraguay. The red stands for courage, equality, and patriotism. The white stands for unity, purity, and peace. The blue stands for liberty, benevolence, and truth. The phrase Paz y Justica
The 2015 estimate of the population in Paraguay is 6,783,272. The ethnic groups go like this, 51.8% white, 33% mestizo, 15% indigneous, and 0.2% black.