Published June 2001
by Rand McNally & Company .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||79|
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Explore National Geographic. A world leader in geography, cartography and exploration. © National Geographic Society. © National Geographic Partners, LLC. All rights reserved. Learn about our nonprofit work at This richly illustrated book from the travel experts at National Geographic showcases the best travel experiences in every state, from the obvious to the unexpected. Sites include national parks, beaches, hotels, Civil War battlefields, dude ranches, out-of-the-way museums, and more. Chile is a long narrow country which extends like a ribbon down the west coast of South America. View Images The Chilean Andes separate the country from Argentina and are home to .
Brazil is the largest country in South America and the fifth largest nation in the world. Argentina is a vast country located in the southern part of South America. The eighth largest country in the world, it is the second largest country in South America after Brazil, and it's about one-third the size of the United States. Argentina is bordered by the Andes Mountains and Chile to the west. To the east of the Andes, the interior of. A port is a docking place for ships on the coast of the ocean, a river, or a dock at ports to load and unload their cargo and passengers. Ports play a crucial role in transporting goods and raw materials. They are often categorized by their purpose. For example, Ras Tanura, Saudi Arabia, is an oil port. Concarneau, France, is a fishing port. A Lindblad-National Geographic South America Expedition SpECIAl OffER: Free economy round-trip air. See page 32 for details. collectible book, with our compliments! Explore the beautiful beaches of this exclusive site, where strict A UNESCO World Heritage site, Noronha represents a large portion of the island surface of the South.