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Argentina is a multicultural country that benefits from significant European influences. The Argentine capital of Buenos Aires is known for its heavy European influences as immigrants from Italy and Spain arrived during the late 1800s to early 1900s. These immigrants brought architects that created the amazing buildings that define the area. It’s also the where Tango got it’s start, along with having an amazing nightlife. People also enjoy roaming the car-free streets to taste the flavors of the sidewalk cafes and be entertained by street performers.
The economy of Argentina benefits from its rich natural resources and the export of agricultural products. Argentina also has the largest railway system in Latin America.
Brazil is the eigth-largest economy in the world and occupies a large area along the eastern coast of South America, including much of the continent’s interior. Brazil enjoys a wide range of climate conditions and topography, from equatorial rainforests and semiarid deserts to temperate coniferous forests in the south and tropical savannas. Rio is a jubilant city that has long been a Mecca for tourism. Sao Paulo is a massive city of 11 million and is the financial hear of the country.
Costa Rica is a progressive country with resources that focus on the protection of its 29 national parks and 300-plus beaches. Costa Rica has progressive environmental policies and is the only country to meet all five UNDP criteria established to measure environmental sustainability.
Central Valley is the population center of Costa Rica and is the location of five of the largest largest cities including the capital of San Jose. The area is highlighted by wealthy suburbs with prestigious gated communities set on hills overlooking San Jose. Costa Rica is also known for its stable democracy. It also enjoys a tropical climate and is home to a rich variety of plants and animals.
Panama benefits from a booming economy and low cost of living, along with a modern infrastructure. International buyers have the same property rights as Panama natives except that they are not permitted to own land within 10 kilometers of the border with Costa Rica or Colombia. Panama City is the capital and largest, home to nearly half of the country’s 4 million people.