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The history of Peru spans several millennia. Long before the Incas existed people thrived in this territory. About 16,000 years ago groups of people are believed to have crossed the Bering Strait from Asia and survived as nomads, hunting, gathering fruits and vegetables and fishing Continue reading
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For cities in other countries, see Costa Rica, Sinaloa and Costa Rica, Mato Grosso do Sul. For the plant genus Costarica, see its synonym Sicyos.
Republic of Costa Rica
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Motto: “Vivan siempre el trabajo y la paz” (Spanish) “Long live work and peace” Continue reading
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The history of El Salvador has been a history of struggle against conquistadors, empires, dictatorships and world powers to be free. El Salvador was one of the regions that resisted the Spanish invasion led by Pedro de Alvarado who had to fight Atlacatl and retreat Continue reading
Overview of Chichen Itza site
Chichen Itza (pronounced /tʃiːˈtʃɛn iːˈtsɑː/; from Yucatec Maya: Chi’ch’èen Ìitsha’, “at the mouth of the well of the Itza”) is a large pre-Columbian archaeological site built by the Maya civilization located in the northern center of the Yucatán Peninsula, Continue reading
Mexico City is the capital and there is 100 million people in this country. The languages are Spanish and indigenous including Maya and Nahuati. The peso is the currency here and climate varies from tropical to desert.
This country is the most Continue reading
Egypt has a population of 83.1 million. It has a labour force of 25.4%. the fertility rate is 2.9 children per woman, the infant mortality rate is 34.8/1000. Literacy is 72% and Electricity is 1,460 Kwh per person. There are… Continue reading
I caught the MRT underground train to the end of the line to meet with my Thai friend. She is an art therapist working with cancer patients. It was great to see her again and she took me to the museum of Siam. Bangkok is Continue reading