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Map of Cordillera district in Paraguay

Basic information about Cordillera
Cordillera ([koɾðiˈʎeɾa]) is a department in Paraguay. The capital is the city of Caacupé.
Cities, towns & villages in Cordillera
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CaacupéCaacupé (Guarani: Ka'akupe) is a city and district in Paraguay. It is the capital of the department of Cordillera. The town was founded in 1770 by Carlos Murphy, a grenadier in the service of King Charles III of Spain, although a first settlement existed here from the 17th century. During the rest of the year Caacupé is a quiet provincial town. It has a park with amusements. Show Caacupéon the map
PiribebuyPiribebuy is a district in the Cordillera Department of Paraguay. It is of spontaneous origin, though some attribute its founding to Martin Ledesma de Valderrama in 1636. Since its founding documents were burned during the Paraguayan War, 8 March 1636, was later appointed as its Day of Establishment. Piribebuy is known for its Church \"Dulce Nombre de Jesus\", also known as \"Ñandejará Guasu,\" and also has a small history museum dedicated to memorabilia from the War of Triple Alliance, explaining Piribebuy's large role in the war, as well as memorabilia from the Chaco War and Colonial Times. Show Piribebuyon the map
Eusebio AyalaEusebio Ayala is a district of the Cordillera Department, Paraguay. It is named after Eusebio Ayala, a former President of Paraguay. It is located approximately 72 km of the city of Asuncion, capital of the Republic of Paraguay. This city lies on the right bank of the stream Piribebuy, being axis road from where routes depart inside and outside the department. It is well known for being the birthplace of the famous Chipa Barrero and for being located next to the fields of Acosta Ñú, where children were slain in a battle during the Paraguayan War (1864 to 1870). Show Eusebio Ayalaon the map
Primero de MarzoPrimero de Marzo (or 1° de Marzo) is a small town and district in the marshy lowlands of the Cordillera Department in Paraguay. The area is located near the shallow meandering river Yhaguy which locals utilize primarily for fishing and recreation. Primero de Marzo's name is derived from the date March 1, 1870, when then Paraguayan President Francisco Solano López was killed by Brazilian troops at Cerro Corá, thereby ending the bloody War of the Triple Alliance. Show Primero de Marzoon the map
Nueva ColombiaNueva Colombia is a distrito in the Cordillera Department of Paraguay, located on the road between Emboscada and San Bernardino. It stands 160 metres above sea level. This name was adopted by the town's founders because the coffee grown in the area was similar to Colombian coffee. Nueva Colombia, in English, means New Colombia. Show Nueva Colombiaon the map
Juan de MenaJuan de Mena is a district of Cordillera Department in Paraguay. It is named after the Spanish Renaissance poet Juan de Mena, and is located 88 metres above sea level, surrounded by the lowlands of the Rivers Manduvira, Yhaguy, and Hondo. General Lino Cesar Oviedo, military and politician, was born in this district. Show Juan de Menaon the map
Isla PucúIsla Pucú is a small town and district in the Cordillera Department of Paraguay. Its people are usually farmers. Technology is taking place rapidly and it is getting to be a more sophisticated place, because many of the young people are migrating to North America and Spain, to help their families economically. Show Isla Pucúon the map
CaraguatayCaraguatay (Spanish pronunciation: [kaɾaɣwaˈtai]), Guaraní: Karaguatay) is a distrito and town located in the Vapor Cué region of the Cordillera Department in Paraguay. The livelihood of most citizens includes farming, fishing, and local trading. Show Caraguatayon the map
San BernardinoSan Bernardino (colloquially known as San Ber) is a town and district in Paraguay, located on the shores of Ypacarai Lake in the Cordillera Department. It is a popular holiday resort for people from Greater Asunción. Show San Bernardinoon the map
Santa ElenaSanta Elena, named after Helena of Constantinople, is a district of the Cordillera Department, Paraguay. Show Santa Elenaon the map
TobatíTobatí is a city in the Tobati District in the Cordillera Department, Paraguay. The population of the city is 9,688. Show Tobatíon the map
Arroyos y EsterosArroyos y Esteros (Spanish for Streams and Swamps) is a district of the Cordillera Department, Paraguay. Show Arroyos y Esteroson the map
Itacurubí de la CordilleraItacurubí de la Cordillera is a town in the Cordillera department of Paraguay, located 92 km Asuncion. Show Itacurubí de la Cordilleraon the map
AltosAltos is a district and locality of the Cordillera Department, Paraguay. Show Altoson the map
Mbocayaty Del YhaguyMbocayaty del Yhaguy is a town in the Cordillera department of Paraguay. Show Mbocayaty Del Yhaguyon the map
San José ObreroSan José Obrero is a district of the Cordillera Department, Paraguay. Show San José Obreroon the map
Loma GrandeLoma Grande is a district of the Cordillera Department, Paraguay. Show Loma Grandeon the map
EmboscadaEmboscada is a district of the Cordillera Department, Paraguay. Show Emboscadaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Cordillera
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Departamento de la CordilleraCordillera (Spanish pronunciation: [koɾðiˈʎeɾa]) is a department in Paraguay. The capital is the city of Caacupé.Show on map