Mountain range of the Amolar.
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Mountain range of the Amolar.

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For an ancient trail used to shoo the cattle and to transport firewood in bullock carts, it crosses the Mountain range of the Amolar. Located in the area of Private Reserve of Natural Heritage Engineer Eliezer Batista,  is an important part of the ecosystemof the Pantanal.

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The main languages in South America are Spanish and Portugese, which basically tells you which European countries colonized the place. The South American wars of independence took place over two decades in the early 19th century, led by Simon Bolivar of Venezuela and Jose san Martin of Argentina.

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I can't say enough good things about South America. All the world's continents have amazing secrets and treasures laying in wait for your discovery, but in South America... just have a look at our pictures while you're waiting for online confirmation of your plane tickets to hit your inbox.

Text by Steve Smith.

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