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"Latin America A-B-C Book"

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Meeryy Theraan

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Latin America A-B-C Book A. Andes Mountain B.Brazil C.Catholic
Church E.ECUADOR I.Island J.Jehovah's witnees K.Kingston H. Howler Monkey D.Dominican
Republic F.Falkland island G.Guatemala L.Llama (animal) O.Orinoco M.Madeira River N.Nicaragua P.Portuguese Q.Quetzal (animal) R.Rio de plata S.Spanish T.Titicaca lake U.Uruguay V.Venezuela X.Xochimilco Z.Zamba Y.Yucatan peninsula The Andes is the longest continental
mountain range in the world.
It is a continual range of highlands along
the western coast of South America. Brazil, officially the Federative Republic
of Brazil, is the largest country in South
America and in the Latin America region.
It is the world's fifth largest country The Catholic Church, also known
as the Roman Catholic Church,
is the world's largest Christian
church, with more than one billion
members worldwide The Dominican
Republic covers the
eastern two-thirds
of the Caribbean
island of Hispaniola.
The capital city is
Santo Domingo,
located on the south
coast of the island.
Tourist facilities vary
according to price
and location. Spanish
is the official language. Ecuador, officially the
Republic of Ecuador is
a representative
democratic republic in
South America,
bordered by Colombia on
the north, Peru on the east
and south, and by the
Pacific Ocean to the west. The Falkland Islands
are an archipelago in
the South Atlantic
Ocean, located more
than 250 nautical miles
(460 kilometres; 290
miles) east of the coast
of mainland
South America. the Republic of Guatemala
is a country in Central America
bordered by Mexico to the north
and west, the Pacific Ocean to
the southwest, Belize to the
northeast, the Caribbean to the
east, and Honduras and El
Salvador to the southeast.
Its area is 108,890 km2 (42,043 mi2)
with an estimated population
of 13,276,517. Howler monkeys
are among the
largest of the New
World monkeys.
Fifteen species
are currently recognised. Previously classified in the family Cebidae, they are now placed in the family Atelidae. An island is any piece of
sub-continental land that
is surrounded by water.
Very small islands such as
emergent land features on
atolls can be called islets,
skerries, cays or keys Jehovah's Witnesses is a millenialist restorationist Christian denomination with nontrinitarian beliefs distinct from mainstream Christianity Kingston is the
capital and largest
city of Jamaica,
located on the
southeastern coast
of the island. It faces a natural harbour
protected by the Palisadoes, a long sand spit which connects the town of Port Royal and the Norman Manley International Airport to the rest of the island. The llama
(Lama glama)
is a domesticated
South American
camelid, widely
used as a meat and pack animal by Andean cultures since pre-Hispanic times. The Madeira River is a
major waterway in South
America, approximately
3,250 km (2,020) miles
long The Madeira is the
biggest tributary of the
Amazon. is the largest country
in the Central American
isthmus, bordering Honduras
to the north and Costa
Rica to the south The Orinoco is one
of the longest rivers
in South America at
2,140 km (1,330 mi).
Its drainage basin,
sometimes called the
Orinoquia, covers 880,000 square kilometres (340,000 sq mi), with 76.3% of it in Venezuela and the remainder in Colombia. is a Romance language. It is the official language of Portugal, Brazil, Mozambique, Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, and São Tomé and Príncipe The resplendent quetzal is an aptly named bird that many consider among the world's most beautiful. These vibrantly colored animals live in the mountainous, tropical forests of Central America where they eat fruit, insects, lizards, and other small creatures. The Río de la Plata usually rendered River Plate in British English and the Commonwealth, and occasionally rendered Plata River in other English-speaking countries — is the estuary formed by the confluence of the Uruguay River and the Paraná River on the border between Argentina and Uruguay. Spanish (español) is a Romance language that
originated in Spain. It is also called Castilian
after the particular region of Spain, Castile,
where it originated. is a lake in the Andes on the border of Peru and
Bolivia. By volume of water, it is also the largest
lake in South America Republic of Uruguay is a country in the southeastern part of South America. It is home to 3.3 million people, of whom 1.8 million live in the capital Montevideo and its metropolitan area. is a country on the northern coast of South America. Venezuela's territory covers around 916,445 square kilometres (353,841 sq mi) with an estimated population of 29,105,632. The Yucatán Peninsula , in southeastern Mexico,
separates the Caribbean Sea from the Gulf of Mexico, with the northern coastline on the Yucatán Channel. Zamba is the national dance of Argentina. It is a style
of Argentine music and Argentine folk dance. is one of the sixteen delegaciones or boroughs
within Mexican Federal District. W.
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