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South America rental properties are primarily found in the major metropolitan areas of South America. Common rental types found in South America are apartments, studios, lofts, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, condos, houses for rent, mobile homes, hotel rooms, vacation rental, furnished rentals short term rentals. Regions and cities if South America where housing rentals are found are Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Falkland Islands, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Venezuela. Vacation rentals, short term rentals and furnished housing are more common in the metropolitan areas of South America.

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      South America Region Information
South America is the southern austere of the Americas. It is placed in the Western Hemisphere and mostly in the Southern Hemisphere. It is almost a small portion in the northern hemisphere. It is boundary on the west by the Pacific Ocean and on the north and east by the Atlantic Ocean; North America and the Caribbean Sea lie to the northwest. In 1507, America was named by cartographers Martin Waldseemüller and Matthias Ringmann after America Vespucci, the first European are suggested that the lands are newly discovered by Europeans were not India, but a New World unknown to Europeans. It covers an area of 17,840,000 square kilometers and it is almost 3.5% of the Earth's surface. At 2005, its population was estimated more than 371,090,000. It is the fourth place in area and fifth place in population.

      South America Recreation, Culture and Attractions
Machu Picchu is one of the most spectacular beautiful and famous archeological sites in the world. It was produced on the right side of the mountain between the peaks of Machu Picchu and Huaynu Picchu. It is enclosed by steep mountainous hills. It is covered in lush jungle greenery, sculptured by the Urubamba River and millennia of rainfall. The destruction of Machu Picchu includes some of the most beautiful ruler stonework in the Americas. Iguacu Falls is one of the most miraculous waterfalls in the world and one of the top attractions in Argentina, Iguacu Falls, which falls along the boundary of Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay. It is an extraordinary series of 275 waterfalls is an expansion across a 2.7 kilometers portion of the Iguacu River. It is equivalent to Victoria Falls in Southern Africa. It is placed within the Los Glaciers National Park. The Puerto Moreno Glacier is one of the most extraordinary glaciers in the park at the distance of 250 square kilometers. It is one of the exiguous glaciers in Argentina that is not sanctuary. It is the world's third largest constraint of fresh water. There are some restaurant endowment in and around that offer meals with superb views and scenery. Pão de Accor is one of Brazil's top attractions. Salar de Uyuni is the remarkable largest salt flat in the world. The region is covered over 40,000 years ago when Lake Minchin, a gigantic prehistoric lake dried out to leave behind the modern lakes and salt desserts. Sports and recreation in South America include skiing, diving, fishing, racing, rafting, hiking, trekking, parasailing, sky-diving, horseback riding, motorcycles, bicycles or the exaggerated sports to enjoy in South America. Soccer is the most important attractive sport in an international level. It consists of two teams who use all but their hands to move an extended ball towards goals at opposite ends of a field. It is culturally changed by the historic connection with Europe, mainly Spain and Portugal. It is encountered by mass culture from the United States of America. The most famous category includes cambia from Colombia, samba and bossa nova from Brazil, and tango from Argentina and Uruguay. Spanish is developed by young person is influenced by British pop and American rock in the 20th century. Brazil has a Portuguese-language pop rock industry as well a great variety of other music character. The most important languages in South America are Spanish and Portuguese. In some countries, Spanish is the official language along with other native languages. It is a wide range of sports played in the continent of South America, the most popular being football. Other sports include basketball, rugby union, tennis, golf, volleyball, hockey, beach volleyball, baseball and motor sports. South America will influence its first Olympic Games, as Rio de Janeiro will introduce the games in 2016.

      South America Demographics
South America Total Population - 385,742,554
South America Alacalufe population - 2,622
South America Caiapos population - 7,096
South America Cocama population - 15,000
South America Enxet population - 17,000
South America Guarani population - 257,400
South America Kayapo population - 7,096
South America Matses population - 3,200
South America Xucuru population - 8,500
South America Yagua population - 4,000
South America Zapara population - 350

      South America History
South America is considered to have the first possessed by people crossing the Bering Land Bridge from the country that is present-day Russia. Some archaeological finds to do fit this theory and it have led to an alternative theory of Pre-Siberian American natives. The first evidence for the individuality of agricultural practices in South America and it dates back to about 6500 BC, when potatoes, chilies and beans began to be civilized for food in the highlands of the Amazon Basin. In the 2000 BC, much agrarian village association had been settled throughout the Andes and it is the surrounding by religious regions. Fishing became a universal practice along the coast; it is helped to establish fish as a primary source of food. Irrigation systems are also developed at this time, which is aided in the rise of an agrarian society. South American cultures have begun to break llamas, vicuñas, guanacos, and alpacas in the highlands of the Andes circa 3500 BC. The rise of plant is growing and it is the sequential appearance of permanent human settlements allowed for the multiple and overlapping beginnings of civilizations in South America. The earlier settlements, and culture in South America and America altogether, are the Valdivia is the seaport on the Southwest coast of Ecuador. One of the earliest South American civilizations was at Norte Chico on the central Peruvian coast. The Musical were the main primitive civilization in the modern Colombia. It is established by the confederation of many clans or cacicazgos that is led by a free trade network among them. They were goldsmiths and farmers. In 1494, Portugal and Spain, the two great maritime European powers of that time is on the possibility of new lands being discovered in the west, it is signed in the Treaty of Tordesillas, by which they agreed, with the support of the Pope, that all the land outside Europe should be an exclusive duopoly between the two countries. The South American settlements of the Spanish Crown won their independence between 1804 and 1826 in the Spanish American wars of independence. Simon Bolivar of Venezuela and Jose de San Martin of Argentina are the most important leaders of the independence struggles. The Falkland Islands remain independent country of the United Kingdom. South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands also remain an independent country of the United Kingdom. Some popular elected governments of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay and Paraguay were displaced by United States and it is aligned by the military dictatorships in between 1960s and 1970s. International obligation is turned into a severe problem in late 1980s, and some countries, despite having strong democracies. It is not yet developed political institutions capable of handling such crises without returned to unorthodox economical policies. It is most recently wrought by Argentina's default in the early 21st century.

      South America Tourist Information
Tourism has become a considerable source of income during many South American countries. Historical memorial, architectural and natural wonders, a divergent range of foods and culture, animated and colorful cities, and excellent landscapes attract millions of tourists to visit every year to South America. People visit Some of the most important places in the region are Machu Picchu, the Amazon Rainforest, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Florianopolis, Isla Margarita, Natal, Buenos Aires, São Paulo, Angel Falls, Cuzco, Lake Titicaca, Patagonia, Cartagena and the Galapagos islands. Buenos Aires is the Silver Queen. It is along the banks of the Rio de la Plata. The city organized its eclectic culture of art, music and incomparable nightlife. It was born with its eyes and it is observed toward Europe. As a result, it presents a touch of Madrid and a touch of Paris. RIO DE JANEIRO is one of the most impressive settings in the world without a shadow of a hesitation. It is extending for 20km along an alluvial strip, between an azure sea and forest-clad mountains, the city's streets and buildings have been constructed around the foothills of the mountain range that provides its backdrop. There are many rocky sanctuaries ornate with white sand. Santiago is a city that occupies the abundant central valley of Chile between the Andes and the coast, with the Mapco River crossing the city from east to west. The most significant thing about Santiago is with in its five million citizens to its distinction. It is a city with many faces, great and varied changes. It is a social and political landscape that sometimes takes us back to the provincial city. The city of São Paulo, within the state of the same name, occupies an area of almost 1500 square kilometers. It is almost two-thirds of the land is a locality and the rest rural. Grande São Paulo is having more than 15 million inhabitants in the city, and it has the largest population city in South America.

      South America Transportation
South America is an economical system of transportation. It is necessary for the development of the brush. It is the development of national markets, and the combination of the different national economic systems. It has a widespread and rapidly elaborated network of roads. It is the only one surface that is relatively small percentage of the roads, and in the most remote areas they may be almost wide enough for two vehicles to pass easily in many countries. The salvage of the system consists of improved roads or simply the dirt roads. The international highways are developed by the national member of the region. It is particularly paid an attention to road-integration projects. A road is linked between Venezuela and Brazil and it allows north-south movement through the Amazon basin. Brazil continues the largest network of roads to the acceptance of the Pan-American Highway system, which it extends throughout the Americas. It has the most South American countries, railways lost their predominant position. It is the major mode of transportation and it has been replaced by the road networks that are developed rapidly from 1960s. Rail transport is an invasion by operational problems as well as by ancient equipment. Almost all the lines are single-tracked, which makes traffic slow and prostate passenger service. Many countries have two or more track magnitude, which disrupt the efficient integration of the rail system. Sea transportation has been a fundamental component of the transport systems in South American countries. The majority of imports and exports are moved through the ship by the sea transportation. It has a number of outstanding natural safeguard, such as Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Montevideo, and Valparaiso, along with infinite ports and roadsteads, including Buenos Aires, Callao, and Barranquilla. There are two provincial waterway systems of international importance, the Paraguay-Uruguay basin and the Amazon basin. Each has several thousand miles of safe waterways. Each country has its own system of internal air services, is directed by the late 1980s chiefly by government-owned or heavily financed by private companies. Several governments are still operate an international carrier, or appropriate in the airline industry has spread to internal carriers.

      South America Countries
South America Argentina - Population 40,482,000
South America Bolivia - Population 9,863,000
South America Brazil - Population 191,241,714
South America Chile - Population 16,928,873
South America Colombia - Population 45,928,970
South America Ecuador - Population 14,573,101
South America Falkland Islands - Population 3,140
South America French Guiana - Population 221,500
South America Guyana - Population 772,298
South America Paraguay - Population 6,831,306
South America Peru - Population 29,132,013
South America South Georgia and
South Sandwich Islands - Population 20
South America Suriname - Population 472,000
South America Uruguay - Population 3,477,780
South America Venezuela - Population 26,814,843

      South America Region Government
During the first decade of the 21st century, South American governments have drifted to the political left, with socialist leaders being elected in Chile, Uruguay, Brazil, Argentina, Ecuador, Bolivia, Paraguay and Venezuela. Although it is moved to the left, South America is the most important part comprised by free market policies, and it is an active path toward greater continental union. It is an intergovernmental individual that has been formed to merge one of the two existing customs unions: Mercosur and the Andean Community are thus forming the third-largest trade league in the world. This new political organization known as Union of South American Nations is explored to establish the free movement of people, economic development, a common protection policy and the elimination of duty. All of 13 independent nations of South America have reported the constitutions that are all republics. Twelve of them are the presidential system of government, like that of the United States. Only Trinidad and Tobago is the parliamentary form of government, and the prime minister is the head of government. Three countries Argentina, Brazil, and Venezuela are having the national systems. The others are centralized systems, and it is divided into departments or provinces for administrative purposes. French Guiana is a foreign department of France; the Netherlands Antilles are a sovereign part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands; and the Falkland Islands are a country of Great Britain. Most of the South American countries, governments were overcome by the military. Under these tending governments, citizens are enjoyed by any civil liberties. Democratic civilian governments had repeated to power in a few countries are Begin in the mid-1980's. By the mid-1990's all were governed by elected rulers. Most South American countries have universal adult testimony, and literacy requirements for vote have generally been eliminated. Poverty, geographic remoteness, and poor education keep people from voting in controlling rural countries, but in others become democratic has motivated grassroots political activity.

      South America Region Economy
The economy of South America was quickly developed since the times of the 2nd World War. South America's major economic sectors are agriculture, manufacturing and transportation. Main agricultural crops are coffee, soybeans, wheat, rice, corn, cocoa, citrus, beef, bananas, shrimp and sugarcane are also main agricultural products for many countries. Manufacturing industries are playing a major role for South America's economy including fishing, natural resources and handicrafts. Trading is also a major part of the South America's economy. Fishing is also one of the essential industries in South America. The region has slowly industrialized their natural-gas reserves hydroelectric plants crop most of the continent's electricity. South America's major specific economies are those of Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and Chile.

      South America Parks
The Galapagos Islands are an authoritarian to travel in Ecuador. It is a large group of islands has been confined for many years and nature has created by impressive endemic creatures. It is almost a fantastic place in the region. It is a highlight to travel in South America. The giant tortoise is the most famous animal on the islands followed by the sea iguana. It can swim with dolphins; snorkel between sharks or to vanish with manta-rays. Cotopaxi National Park is travelled by few hours away from Quito, the capital of Ecuador. It is one of the most beautiful parks of South America. Its treasure is Cotopaxi, the highest active volcano of the world. It is highly recommended by doing the 3 day hike from the entrance of the park to the protection of 4,800 meters at the foot of the volcano Cotopaxi. It takes about 7 hours to reach the pit from the sanctuary. Torres Del Paine is a wonder of nature. In 1978, the Torres del Paine National Park is one of the most entrance places on the planet. It is located in the South of Chile and the tourists are visited from the nearby cities Punta Arenas and Puerto Natal's. The major attraction of the park is the Paine Massif composed mostly of granite and has been around for about 12 million years. The Torres Del Paine is three transparent granite towers, that make a challenging and much wanted prize for experienced climbers. The Manu National Park is in Southwestern Peru is a huge biosphere park and a haven for biologists and nature researchers. The park protects over 2 million hectares of country rich in fauna and flora species. It is protected animals; 800 species of birds, 200 species of mammals, 120 species of fish and reptiles. The Pantanal is one of the most tremendous, pristine and biologically rich environments on the planet. The Pantanal hosts 263 species of fish, 95 species of mammals, 162 species of reptiles and it is the best place in South America to spot a jaguar. The Iguacu Falls are 80 meters high and it is the most beautiful waterfalls on our planet.

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4/2/2015 howardWrite Comment
very cool site
the information on Aouth America is not 100% accurate, but its great information for a rental website. thanks sublet.com
 
3/28/2012 MaggieWrite Comment
Music in South America
Latin American music is a big part of the culture. It is diverse in style and feel, taking its roots from African, Spanish, and Native Latin American culture. Some of the more popular styles, including Salsa and Reggaeton, has become famous in other areas of the world. Other styles, such as Tejano music and the Latin ballad are also popular.
 
 
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