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Map of Neembucu district in Paraguay

Basic information about Neembucu
Ñeembucú ([ɲembuˈku]; Guaraní: Ñe'ẽmbuku) is a department located in the south of the Eastern Region of Paraguay. The capital is Pilar. The department is almost entirely rural, and is home to some of the oldest and best-preserved Jesuit ruins, which are located near the town of Humaitá.
Cities, towns & villages in Neembucu
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CerritoCerrito is a city in the Ñeembucú Department, Paraguay. It is located along the Paraná River with two types of beaches: one with shallow depths in which you can basically cross a long stretch of the river and a deep one just within a few meters from the coast. The city has a population of about 1,100. Cerrito is the birthplace of Paraguay national football team goalkeeper Justo Villar who currently plays for Colo-Colo. Show Cerritoon the map
HumaitáHumaitá is a town and distrito on the Paraguay River in southern Paraguay. During the Paraguayan War, it served as the main Paraguayan stronghold from 1866 until its fall in August 1868. During that time, it housed as many as 24,000 troops. Up until March 1868, it was the de facto home of the Paraguayan government. Portions of the old fortifications, including some large earthworks, are still visible. It also possesses the remains of a Jesuit church dating from the 18th century. Show Humaitáon the map
AlberdiAlberdi is a city in the Ñeembucú Department, Paraguay. The city is located along the Paraguay River. The name of the city pays homage to the Argentine writer Juan Bautista Alberdi, who always voiced his sympathy and support towards Paraguay during the Paraguayan War. Most of the city is part of the region of the Lake Ypoá, with rich ecology and beautiful landscapes. The most important characteristic of the city is its commerce with Argentine city Formosa, which sits across the river. Show Alberdion the map
PilarPilar is the capital city of the Paraguayan department of Ñeembucú, located along the Paraguay River in the southwestern part of the country. Located about 358 km (222 mi) from Asunción, Pilar serves as an important center of commerce and government for the far southwestern region of the country. Show Pilaron the map
TacuarasTacuaras is a town in the Ñeembucú department of Paraguay. Tacuaras is a good fertile area for farming it used to be lush green tropical forest, but now it is a place with about 300 people (population). The land in that territory is not very expensive, it is cheap at about $100 per hectare. Show Tacuarason the map
DesmochadoDesmochados is a village in Paraguay, near the northern border of Argentina. The population is about 250 people. Some nearby larger cities are: \n* Corrientes (Argentina) 56.1 miles, \n* Resistencia (Argentina) 65.2 miles, \n* Pilar (Paraguay). Show Desmochadoon the map
San Juan NeembucúSan Juan Bautista de Ñeembucú (Guaraní: San Juan Bautista del Ñe'embuku) is a village and distrito in the Ñeembucú department of Paraguay. Show San Juan Neembucúon the map
Isla UmbúIsla Umbú is a village in the Ñeembucú department of Paraguay, about 12 km south of Pilar. It is known as the watershed of dairy Ñeembucú. Show Isla Umbúon the map
General José Eduvigis DíazGeneral José Eduvigis Díaz is a town in the Ñeembucú department of Paraguay. Show General José Eduvigis Díazon the map
VillalbinVillalbín is a village and distrito in the Ñeembucú department of Paraguay. Show Villalbinon the map
Villa FrancaVilla Franca is a village in the Ñeembucú department of Paraguay. Show Villa Francaon the map
Villa OlivaVilla Oliva is a village in the Ñeembucú department of Paraguay. Show Villa Olivaon the map
Paso de PatriaPaso de Patria is a town in the Ñeembucú department of Paraguay. Show Paso de Patriaon the map
LaurelesLaureles is a town in the Ñeembucú department of Paraguay. Show Laureleson the map
States, regions, administrative units in Neembucu
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Departamento de ÑeembucúÑeembucú (Spanish pronunciation: [ɲe(e)mbuˈku]; Guaraní: Ñe'ẽmbuku) is a department located in the south of the Eastern Region of Paraguay. The capital is Pilar. The department is almost entirely rural, and is home to some of the oldest and best-preserved Jesuit ruins, which are located near the town of Humaitá.Show on map
Different buildings in Neembucu
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Carlos Miguel Gimenez AirportCarlos Miguel Jiménez Airport (IATA: PIL, ICAO: SGPI) is a small airport that serves the city of Pilar, in the Ñeembucú Department of Paraguay. Since 2005, the airport will be undergoing a major technological renovation.Show on map