Dulce de Guayaba - a sweet jam made from guava, served alone or eaten with bread. Dulce de Mamón - a dessert made from Papaya and served with caramel. Mazamorra is one of the most traditional desserts of Paraguay. It is made from corn and sugar and sometimes honey or milk is added. (5)
The population of Paraguay is 6.8 million. Guarani were once the primary occupants of Paraguay. As a result, many natives of Paraguay speak both Spanish and Guarani. (6)
The name of Paraguayan money is Guaraní. 1 US Dollar equals 5595. 55 Guaraní. (7)
Paraguay has a market economy highly dependent on agriculture products. In recent years, the economy has grown as a result of increased agricultural exports, especially soybeans. (8)
Executive power is by the President in Pararguay. Paraguayans can vote, and they don't have a king.
On May 14, 1811 Paraguay declared its independence from Spain. Paraguay was occupied by Guaraní peoples for at least 1,000 years before the Spanish colonization of the Americas (9)
They have two national languages. Spanish and Paraguayan Guaraní.
Metropolitan Cathedral in Asunción. Christianity, Mennonites, and Christian and Missionary Alliance are the three main religions in Paraguay. (10)
Summer, from December to March, has high monthly temperatures with average maximum temperatures between 86° Fahrenheit and 91° Fahrenheit. In some other in the north it can reach 100° Fahrenheit. Winters are temperate and dry with average temperatures between 55° F and 69° F. Paraguay also is very hot and rains occasionally. (11)
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