The capital of Paraguay is Asunción.
A short-sleeved tunic, called the Ao Po'i, is one of the most important garments in traditional Paraguayan clothing. The Ao Po'i is worn by both men and women, layered over trousers for men and a long skirt for women.
A big part of the Paraguay culture is occupied by fine laces and embroidery. The lovely nanduti lace is known across the world. The name comes from the native words, in the Guarani language, for spider and fabric. The skill and craft is passed down through the generations. These can often be seen in the clothes that people wear.
In Asunción the temperature averages about 27.96 °C (82.33 °F) during January, the warmest month. During the summer, daytime temperatures fairly commonly reach 38 °C (100 °F).
Its design, a red–white–blue triband, was inspired by the colors of the French flag, believed to signify independence and liberty. The flag is unusual because it differs on its obverse and reverse sides: the obverse of the flag shows the national coat of arms, and the reverse shows the seal of the treasury.
Meat, vegetables, manioc, maize, and fruits are common in Paraguayan cuisine.
Bori-bori is a chicken soup served with cornmeal dumplings.
Sopa paraguaya is a traditional Paraguayan dish. Literally meaning "Paraguayan soup," Sopa Paraguaya is similar to corn bread.
The population is 6.8 million since 2013.
The name of Paraguays currency is Paraguayan Guarani
1 Paraguayan Guarani equals 0.00018 US dollar
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.
The National The constitution states that Paraguay is a representative and pluralist democracy and that government is exercised by the separate powers of the legislative, executive, and judiciary bodies.
Horacio Cartes is the president of Paraguay.
On May 14/15, 1811 Paraguay declared its independence from Spain. Since then, the country has had a history of dictatorial governments
Paraguays national language is Spanish.
Christianity is the main religion in Paraguay. The religious identities of the people of Paraguay, or the Republic of Paraguay, have since national independence been oriented towards the Christian faith, and specifically the Roman Catholic Church.