Archive for the ‘Latin America’ Category


Never heard of the 10 highest in the world (2) | Iguazu Falls

6, the world's largest drop waterfalls Angel Falls, also called Qiulunmeilu Falls. In Bolivar State, Venezuela, Guyana plateau, on the Caroni River the tributaries Qiulun River. Falls drop 979 meters, 150 meters wide at the bottom. Falls from flat-topped plateau Austrian Yang Te Puyi Hill in straight sets down, almost does not touch the cliffs. 1935 U.S. explorer Angel found this waterfall, Houanheer plane crashed near the waterfall in his honor, the Venezuelan government to Falls Angel named.

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On Location August 2007 – Argentina and Chile | Iguazu Falls

This article covers a trip to South America

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Holiday photos- some tips on creating and storing your memories | Iguazu Falls

Some tips and advice on taking some great holiday photos for your album, so you can make the most of those special memories.

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Discover Argentina

The name “Argentina” comes from the Latin “argentum” which means silver. The origin of the name goes back to the voyages made by the first Spanish conquistadors (conquerors) to the Rio de la Plata (Silver River). The shipwrecked survivors of the expedition mounted by Juan Diaz de Solis discovered Indians in the region who presented them with silver objects. The news about the legendary Sierra del Plata, a mountain rich in silver, reached Spain around 1524.

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