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South America 2011/2012

created by milan.obetko on 2017-12-18

South America 2011/2012
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    Copacabana

    23 votes

    Neighborhood

    Another stretch of thronging beaches, Copacobana is arguably Rio's most famous sandy stop-off. A g...

  • 2
    Corcovado

    55 votes

    Sight

    One of the New Seven Wonders of the World, this statue watches over a city and the whole New World

  • 3
    Ipanema and Leblon

    25 votes

    Neighborhood

    Hit the world famous juice bars for an tasty acai drink along this iconic stretch of sand. . There...

  • 4
    Rio de Janeiro

    72 votes

    City

    By Day or Night Dazzle. Samba, beaches, bossa nova, Guanabara Bay, Funk Carioca, Carnaval, and Chr...

  • 5
    Foz do Iguaçu

    13 votes

    City

    It has unequalled natural riches such as Parque Nacional do Iguaçu (Iguaçu National Park), now a ...

  • 6
    Ilha grande

    4 votes

    Island

    beautiful beaches and uncontaminated nature. Ilha Grande is an island pretty close to Rio de Janei...

  • 7
    Paraty

    14 votes

    City

    Paraty (or Parati, Portuguese pronunciation: [pɐɾɐˈtʃi]) is a preserved Portuguese colonial (1500...

  • 8
    Buenos Aires

    102 votes

    City

    A colorful and confident culture. Buenos Aires is often called the "Paris of South America" -- and...

  • 9
    Palermo

    33 votes

    Neighborhood

    One of the larger neighborhood of Buenos Aires, famous for great restaurants and fashion shops. Vi...

  • 10
    Cementerio de la Recoleta

    31 votes

    Sight

    This unusual tourist attraction is the place to be seen, if you’re wealthy and deceased! The tomb...

  • 11
    La Boca

    21 votes

    Neighborhood

    This popular neighborhood contains pastel-colored houses and distinctive 19th Century architectur...

  • 12
    Montevideo

    11 votes

    City

    Not as Sleepy a Backwater as one Might Think. Any way you look at it, Montevideo oozes charm. Smal...

  • 13
    La Paz

    13 votes

    City

    Thin on Oxygen yet Steeped in Tradition. Sucre may be the constitutional capital of Bolivia, but L...

  • 14
    Titicaca

    12 votes

    Region

    Titicaca (Spanish: Lago Titicaca, pronounced [ˈlaɣo titiˈkaka], "Lake Titicaca"; Quechua: Titiqaq...

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    Copacabana Municipality

    6 votes

    City

    Copacabana Municipality is the first municipal section of the Manco Kapac Province in the La Paz ...

  • 16
    Puno

    5 votes

    Subregion

    Puno (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈpuno]) is a department in southeastern Peru. It is bordered by Bol...

  • 17
    Cusco and the Sacred Valley

    7 votes

    Region

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    Lima

    31 votes

    City

    Cultural diversity in the middle of so much ancient history. Lima has long been a stopover for int...

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