Guarani Home Page
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These pages are a repository of information
about Guarani, the indigenous South American language that
is one of the two official languages of
If you have a specific question about Guarani
that is not answered here, don't hesitate to send e-mail to us.
Interactive Guarani Dictionary, which
translates words between Guarani and German or Spanish.
- The History of the Guaraní is a short
essay about the Guarani people.
- Every culture has a creation story,
and the Guarani are no different. This page also describes some of the
fundamental characters in Guarani mythology. The following creatures also
have their own chapter:
Much of the information found in these pages comes from our
personal library of books. For example,
the picture of Pombero is taken
from Pedro Moliniers' book,
Itaipu Hydroelectric Dam is the world's largest hydroelectric
power-plant. By the way, itaipu means "the singing
The National University of Our Lady of Asunción, in San Lorenzo,
Paraguay, has 25,000 students in over 50 courses of study.
ABC Color: News from Paraguay, the electronic version.
- Carlos Escobar's
Paraguay Page has interesting things about Paraguay.
Ramon Romero, the Paraguayan Harpist.
- You will find a lot of information about Paraguay at Mike Krautstrunk's
Absolutely Unofficial Home Page
- VIM Corporation
maintains a page of
links relating to Paraguay.
- Read about the life and music of
Agustín Barrios Mangoré,
the Paraguayan guitarist and composer.
- The eclipse
that was seen in Paraguay in 1994.
Paraguayan Embassy in Tokyo.
- Internet Service Providers in Paraguay (in alphabetical order):
- Friends of Paraguay,
Inc. is a group of returned Peace Corps Volunteers that have gotten
together to help out Paraguay in various projects.
- Listen to Paraguayan news and talk via
Real Audio, from
maintains a site about
ruins in Paraguay.
If you happen to be in
San Antonio, Texas,
drop by and we'll drink some