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According to watchtutorials, Paraguay is home to a population of around 7 million people, making it the second-smallest country in South America. Over 90% of its population is mestizo, meaning they are of mixed Spanish and indigenous Guarani descent. This number is steadily increasing as Paraguay’s population continues to grow. The remaining population consists of Europeans, Asians, and Afro-Paraguayans. Paraguay also has a large number of immigrants from countries such as Brazil, Argentina, and Bolivia. The majority of Paraguay’s population lives in the eastern region near Asuncion, the capital city. Other urban centers include Ciudad del Este and Encarnacion on the border with Argentina, as well as Concepcion in the northern part of the country. Rural areas are found throughout Paraguay and are home to many indigenous communities. These communities have their own unique culture and language which differ from other parts of the country. Education is mandatory for children aged 6-14 years old throughout Paraguay; however, access to quality education remains limited outside larger cities due to poverty and lack of infrastructure in rural areas. See itypetravel for Paraguay Population and Language.

Paraguay Political System, Famous People, Animals and Plants

Paraguay: Political System According to DISEASESLEARNING.COM, Paraguay has been a presidential republic since 1992. “Paz y justicia” is the country’s motto and refers to the historically fought for federal statehood (unity) and the right to self-determination (freedom). See AbbreviationFinder for more information about Paraguay politics, and acronyms as well. The president is the head of… Read More »

How to get to Paraguay

Overview Paraguay is a relatively little-known landlocked country that is trying to combat its geographic and political isolation from the world through various measures and is presenting itself as increasingly accessible and hospitable internationally. The capital, Asuncion, is a clean, compact, pretty, and—by Latin American standards—relatively safe colonial city. Paraguayans are extremely polite to tourists,… Read More »