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In the afternoon, the costanera comes alive. It’s a favorite spot for joggers, cyclists, dog walkers, mate sippers, hot-dog vendors and young couples staring at the lights of Paraguay across the water...
Guaraní culture is strong in this part of Argentina, and you’ll see Guaraní artists selling their wares throughout the town center. Particularly fine pieces are displayed and sold here...
Better than Posada’s couple of desultory museums, this art gallery has temporary exhibitions and some displays on the mate -growing process.
The natural-history section of the Museo de Ciencias Naturales e Historia focuses on fauna and the geology and mineralogy of the province...
At Santa Ana , which was founded in 1633 but moved here in 1660, dense forest has been partially removed to reveal a settlement that had over 7000 Guaraní inhabitants at its peak...
Loreto , founded in 1632, has even fewer visible remains than Santa Ana, and may not be worth the effort to visit via public transport...
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