South America

Georgetown, Guyana

The cultured city of Georgetown is very friendly in nature and depicts a beautiful combination of Asian influence, English heritage and the Caribbean warmth. Guyanese people are famed for their extreme hospitality and friendliness and a visit to Georgetown will only leave you with memorable, mind blowing experiences.

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Brasilia, Brazil

With a history dating back in 1960, Brasilia is a well planned city and the capital of Brazil. The city is a home to modernist architecture that let to its listing as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and worldwide architectural designs appear to be represented in Brasilia in one way or the other.

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Asunción, Paraguay

Most people who have traveled to Asunción acknowledge that getting your around the economic and capital centre of Paraguay is hard. At heart, the city is amazingly beautiful featuring some beaux art colonial buildings, shady plazas, international cuisine and very friendly locals.

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Bogota, Colombia

The population of Bogota, Colombia currently stands at 8.8 million and the city approximately sits at 8, 669 feet above sea level in Colombian Andes area. The city has a relatively easy orientation and one can visibly see the eastern mountains while at the city.

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Lima, Peru

As the capital city of Peru, Lima is the largest city in the nation and features a mixture of modern mega structures together with colonial architecture and slum areas. Having been Spanish rule’s seat for 300 years, Lima boasts of wonderful churches, monasteries and cloisters which make the city a hot touristic spot in the nation.

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Sao Paulo, Brazil

Sao Paulo is the most famous and largest Brazilian city with the city boasting of a population of 11 million people. Sao Paulo is rated among the top wealthiest city in southern hemisphere even though class inequality is a serious issue here.

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Fernando de Noronha

Fernando de Noronha is a group of islands located close to Brazil in South America. It is a tourist site in Brazil with secluded white sandy beaches, historic sites, unique landscapes, and nature discoveries to explore in the islands.

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Ronde Island

Ronde Island is one of the very few territories on earth that lack neither a government nor a nation to control it. Ronde Island is a territory subject to investment by billionaire investors worldwide, so it is considered private property.

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