Dating for good in paragua

12-May-2015 14:13

In contrast, eastern Paraguay has rolling hills, richer soils, lush semitropical forests, and grassy savannas.

The region so impressed early explorers that they called it a "second Eden." Temperatures are high in a humid subtropical climate in the summer months of October to March, while in the winter months of July to September night frosts may occur.

There are no reliable estimates for Korean, Chinese, and Brazilian immigrants and their offspring.

The 1992 census counted only several thousand Korean and Chinese immigrants, but observers place their numbers between thirty thousand and fifty thousand.

Approximately 95 percent of the population is mestizo.

The population has more than tripled since 1950 and is growing 2.5 percent annually, with a total fertility rate of 3.8 children per woman.

The name "Paraguay" derives from the river that divides the eastern half of the nation from the western Chaco region.

The vast majority of the population (95 percent) shares a Paraguayan identity, but several other cultural identities exist.

Estimates place the indigenous population at less than 3 percent of the national population.The largest groups are the Enxet Lengua, Pai-Tavyter, Nivaclé (Chulupí), Chiripá, and Mbyá.The Japanese settlers and their descendants are estimated to number about eight thousand, and the Mennonites approximately fifteen thousand.Most observers estimate that between 300,000 and 350,000 Brazilians settled in eastern Paraguay in the 1960s and 1970s. The majority of the people speak an indigenous language, although they do not self-identify ethnically as indigenous.Guarani, a Tupi Guarani language and the language of eastern Paraguay's dominant precolonial indigenous population, is recognized as an official national language along with Spanish.

Estimates place the indigenous population at less than 3 percent of the national population.The largest groups are the Enxet Lengua, Pai-Tavyter, Nivaclé (Chulupí), Chiripá, and Mbyá.The Japanese settlers and their descendants are estimated to number about eight thousand, and the Mennonites approximately fifteen thousand.Most observers estimate that between 300,000 and 350,000 Brazilians settled in eastern Paraguay in the 1960s and 1970s. The majority of the people speak an indigenous language, although they do not self-identify ethnically as indigenous.Guarani, a Tupi Guarani language and the language of eastern Paraguay's dominant precolonial indigenous population, is recognized as an official national language along with Spanish.Spanish is the language of business and government, and Guarani is spoken in everyday life.