South America Travel Sitemap - Page 18 2014-04-19

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 28.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 25.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 22.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 12.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 29.

Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Incas Photo Gallery
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site. Page 23.

Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Incas Photo Gallery
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site. Page 26.

Machu Picchu Dwellings
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site, including this view of dwellings in the residential sector. Page 18.

Inti Punku Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site, including this view through Inti Punku, the Gate of the Sun. Page 3.

Intihuatana, Sacred Stone
Intihuatana, or the Scared Stone at Machu Picchu, is thought to be part of an astronomical observatory. On March 21 and again on Seeptember 21, the sun is directly overhead. There are no shadows and the Incas believed the stone was tied to the sun. Intihuatana stones were important stones, and when destroyed, were thought to lose the godliness as the gods departed. This stone at Machu Picchu remains intact and many believe is still sacred. Page 10.

Machu Picchu Photo Gallery
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site, including this view of llamas grazing. Page 16.

Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Incas Photo Gallery
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site. Page 29.

Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Incas Photo Gallery
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site. Page 25.

Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site, including this sceneic view of the ruins. Page 6.

Terraces of Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site, including this view of the terraces. Page 14.

Machu Picchu Terraces and buildings in Mist
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site. Page 13.

Machu Picchu seen from Huayna Picchu
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site, including this view of Machu Picchu from Huayna Picchu. Page 7.

Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Incas Photo Gallery
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site. Page 20.

Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Incas Photo Gallery
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site. Page 28.

Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Incas Photo Gallery
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site. Page 34.

Stone building at Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site, including this view of the stone masonry practiced by the Incas. Page 17.

Machu Picchu Sun Clock
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site, including this view of the Sun Clock, used in astronomical observations as well as more mundane time telling. Page 9.

Machu Picchu in Brilliant Sunshine
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site, including this view of brilliant sunlight highlighting the ruins. Page 11.

Road to Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site, inclduing the steep ascent to the site by way of the many switchbacks on this road. Page 4.

Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Incas Photo Gallery
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site. Page 27.

Temple of the Sun, Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site, of the Temple of the Sun. Page 8.

Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Incas Photo Gallery
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site. Page 30.

Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Incas Photo Gallery
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site. Page 31.

Views from Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site, including this image of the spectacular view of mountains, valleys and rivers as seen from Machu Picchu. Page 19.

Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Incas Photo Gallery
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site. Page 32.

Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Incas Photo Gallery
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site. Page 22.

Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Incas Photo Gallery
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site. Page 24.

Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Incas Photo Gallery
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site. Page 21.

Machu Picchu - Lost City of the Incas Photo Gallery
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site. Page 33.

Zona Agricola, Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site, including this view of the agricultural terraces. Page 12.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 16.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 5.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 30.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 4.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 18.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 8.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 3.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 2.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 13.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 19.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 9.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 17.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 14.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 7.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 6.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Page 15.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil.

Iguazu Falls Photo Gallery
Called Foz do Iguaçu in Brazilian, and Cataratas del Iguazú in Spanish, Iguazu falls are a top destination for visitors from all countries. These photos display only a portion of the grandeur and awe-inspiring nature of the which are taller than Niagara Falls, twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horsehoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil.

Views of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu
Views of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu include views down deep river gorges and up at snow-clad mountain peaks. There are moments when you may be the only person on the trail and yet feel as though there are other, more ancient, beings there with you. These images are only a sample of the trek through barren puno, up and down rocky mountain trails, through meadows and cloud forest, sheer cliff faces and on to the fabled ruins at Machu Picchu. Enjoy!. Page 15.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 9.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 3.

Inca Trail to Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site. Page 2.

Machu Picchu in the Mist
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site. Page 5.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 33.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 37.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 28.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 18.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 19.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 4.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 44.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 21.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 22.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 31.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 23.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 24.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 17.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 8.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 39.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 3.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 4.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 10.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 23.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 8.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 2.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 21.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 24.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 25.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 9.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 5.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 6.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 26.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 28.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 29.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 27.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 31.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 32.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 30.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 20.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 7.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 13.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 14.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 16.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 15.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 11.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 17.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 19.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 18.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 12.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country. Page 22.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country.

Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 25.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 15.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 27.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 26.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 21.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 22.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 2.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 3.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 9.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 8.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 7.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 23.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 4.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 5.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 24.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 16.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 12.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 13.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 10.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 14.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 11.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 6.

A Visit to Ouro Prêto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Prêto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Prêto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 20.

A Visit to Ouro Preto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Preto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Preto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 11.

A Visit to Ouro Prêto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Prêto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Prêto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 4.

A Visit to Ouro Preto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Preto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Preto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 6.

A Visit to Ouro Preto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Preto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Preto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 5.

A Visit to Ouro Preto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Preto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Preto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 9.

A Visit to Ouro Preto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Preto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Preto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 3.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 18.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 19.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 20.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 17.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 2.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 14.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 32.

A Visit to Ouro Prêto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Prêto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Prêto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 14.

A Visit to Ouro Prêto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Prêto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Prêto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 16.

A Visit to Ouro Prêto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Prêto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Prêto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 19.

A Visit to Ouro Preto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Preto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Preto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 12.

A Visit to Ouro Prêto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Prêto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Prêto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 18.

A Visit to Ouro Prêto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Prêto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Prêto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 15.

A Visit to Ouro Prêto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Prêto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Prêto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 13.

A Visit to Ouro Prêto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Prêto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Prêto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 17.

A Visit to c Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Prêto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Prêto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 2.

A Visit to Ouro Prêto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Prêto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Prêto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 10.

A Visit to Ouro Preto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Preto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Preto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 8.

A Visit to Ouro Preto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Preto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Preto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 7.

A Visit to Ouro Preto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Preto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Preto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 21.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 15.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 8.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 37.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 11.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 6.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 20.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 5.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 27.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 26.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 25.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 9.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 22.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 23.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 30.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 31.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 34.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 36.