for the Paraguay national football team since 2000. rsssf: Paraguay record international footballers He currently plays for Real Zaragoza in the Spanish La Liga. DATE OF BIRTH 1 February 1980 PLACE OF BIRTH Asunción, Paraguay DATE OF DEATH - 6. 15 June 2008 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción, Paraguay '''2'''–0 2–0 2010 FIFA
) is a retired football (soccer) goalkeeper (Goalkeeper (association football)) from Paraguay. He was cap (cap (football))ped 78 times for the Paraguay national football team in an international career that lasted from 1976 to 1989. rsssf: Paraguay record international footballers He was also a member of the Paraguayan team that won the 1979 Copa América.
directions phone +595 21 608226 tollfree fax hours from morning till late price content A gallery with lots of stores to do shopping during the day and an excellent selection of bars and restaurants to go during the night, probably the most popular place in Asuncion during the night. Selection of bars include the "Kilkenny Irish Pub" "Cover Singing Bar" "Kamastro Resto Arte & Bar" in between others. *
, and also the Route No. 6 "Juan León Mallorquín" that communicates with Encarnación and the south region of the country. There is a route that communicates with Salto del Guairá to the north. The "Guaraní International Airport", in the Minga Guazú district, offers regular flights to Asunción, São Paulo, and connections with other flights. From the beginning of the city of Villarrica del Espíritu Santo, the education work began a special way which hasn't stopped since then. Starting in 1585 the franciscans open a convent in the city of Santa Barbara (Santa Bárbara bendita), with an anex of Elemental and Superion School. In the 17th century, the province of Paraguay had in Asunción and Villarica free courses of Grammar, Philosophy and Santitiy, under the direction of the Franciscan, Dominicans (Dominican Order), merced (Order of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mercy), and jesuits priests. Located in a relatively isolated part of the country, far from the capital city of Asunción and other important population centers such as Ciudad del Este and Encarnación (Encarnación, Paraguay), Misiones has remained one of the least developed and poorer departments in the country. Misiones is connected to Asunción and Encarnación (Encarnación, Paraguay) via Route 1, the ''Mariscal Francisco Solano López Highway'', which passes through Villa Florida, San Miguel, San Juan Bautista, San Ignacio, Santa Rosa and San Patricio. The southern part of the department is also accessible to the Paraná River, which is navigable by large cargo ships downstream of the Yacyretá Dam near Ayolas. The Route 4 connects Misiones with Ñeembucú department (Ñeembucú Department). Small airports are also located in San Juan Bautista and in Ayolas (Juan de Ayolas Airport) to the south. * The People's Republic of China says it may delay talks on a free trade agreement with Singapore following a recent visit to Taiwan (political status of Taiwan) by Singapore's deputy prime minister Lee Hsien Loong. (AtOL) (StraitsTimes) * The death toll in the market fire in Asunción, Paraguay rises to 464. Six people, including the co-owner, are arrested for manslaughter on charges that they locked the doors after the fire started, in order to prevent looting. (The Scotsman) (ABC News) * World Trade Organization members agree on a revised draft deal that aims to revive stalled talks on freeing up trade between rich and poor nations. Key WTO members accept proposals to cut the subsidies wealthy countries give their farmers for exports. International non-governmental organizations (NGOs) (Non-governmental organization) denounced the results as a sell-out of poor countries and the environment (environment (biophysical)). (BBC) (OneWorld.net) * Over 311 people are killed and 276 injured in a fire which swept a market in Asunción, Paraguay. (AP) (CNN) socks2 FFFFFF First game Commons:Category:Asunción
Dumont Regional Airport Santos Dumont Regional and Galeão International (Galeão - Antônio Carlos Jobim International Airport). - 5. 26 July 1996 Asunción, Paraguay '''Paulo César da Silva Barrios''' (born 1 February 1980 in Asunción) is a Paraguayan football (association football) defender (defender (association football)), who has played
of the first half to give Paraguay a 1–0 lead against Argentina (Argentina national football team), who were coached by Diego Maradona at the time, Paraguay won the game 1–0 and qualified for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Venezuela 2–0 2010 World Cup qualifier (2010 FIFA World Cup qualification (CONMEBOL)) - - 9. 9 September 2009 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción 2-0 Friendly (Exhibition game) - founded September 6, 1918 ground Estadio Hugo Bogado Vaceque<
of the real-life "Butcher of Riga", Eduard Roschmann. After the movie was released to the public, he was arrested by the Argentinian police, skipped bail, and fled to Asunción, Paraguay where he died on 10 August 1977. Its reports detailed the existence and activities of terrorist organizations in the area, which benefited from the huge black market in Paraguay and served as a financial laundering center for other organizations abroad. A 1997 report including evidence of such activities was shared with the intelligence agencies of the United States, Brazil, Paraguay, France and Germany. The Sala Patria group, ''Sala Patria'' was a covert operations group (Covert operation) depending of the Undersecretariat of Foreign Intelligence. Two famous staff members named by the Argentine (Argentina) press frequently, Alejandro Brousson and Patricio Miguel Finnen led this group. ''Sala Patria'' was first assigned to capture Enrique Gorriarán Merlo and then leading the AMIA investigation on foreign soil. The group was also involved in famous operations such as the Nasrim Mokhtari fiasco (SIDE#Operation Ciprés), and the Telledin bribes (SIDE#Operation Cabildo). The group was recently dissolved, both Patricio Miguel Finnen and Alejandro Brousson no longer work for SIDE, and the group now became a division known as "Division 34: Transnational Crime and International Terrorism". It is important to note that "Sala" is a group of people from many divisions of the organization put together to work on a specific operation, i.e., ''Sala Independencia'', created to work on the investigation of the Israeli embassy bombing (Israeli Embassy attack in Buenos Aires). formed to investigate clues about the AMIA bombing outside of Argentina, started operating in Paraguay and gave crucial information that led to the capture of many suspected terrorists and the neutralization of a suspected plan to bomb the U.S. Embassy in Asunción, Paraguay. *'''Paraguay''' **Asunción - Silvio Pettirossi International Airport *'''Peru''' ;Paraguay *Asunción – Silvio Pettirossi International Airport *Ciudad del Este – Guaraní International Airport - Cerro Porteño Asunción General Pablo Rojas (Estadio General Pablo Rojas) align "center" 32,000 - - Guaraní (Club Guaraní) Asunción Rogelio Livieres (Estadio Rogelio Livieres) align "center" 6,000 - - Independiente (Independiente F.B.C.) Asunción Rogelio Livieres (Estadio Rogelio Livieres) align "center" 6,000 - - Libertad (Club Libertad) Asunción Dr. Nicolás Leoz (Estadio Dr. Nicolás Leoz) align "center" 10,000 - - Nacional (Club Nacional) Asunción Arsenio Erico (Estadio Arsenio Erico) align "center" 4,000 - - Olimpia (Club Olimpia) Asunción Manuel Ferreira (Estadio Manuel Ferreira) align "center" 15,000 - - Rubio Ñu (Club Rubio Ñu) Asunción La Arboleda (Estadio La Arboleda) align "center" 5,000 - - Tacuary Asunción Roberto Béttega (Estadio Roberto Béttega) align "center" 7,000 seats2 Commons:Category:Asunción
Asunción Manuel Ferreira (Estadio Manuel Ferreira) align "center" 15,000 - - Rubio Ñu (Club Rubio Ñu) Asunción La Arboleda (Estadio La Arboleda) align "center" 5,000 - - Tacuary Asunción Roberto Béttega (Estadio Roberto Béttega) align "center" 7,000 seats2 headquarters Padre Cardozo 469, Asunción, Paraguay international position Left
in the Paraguayan Primera División. Is the most successful team in the country, having achieved 39 national titles. El Regreso del Rey, 11 años después (The Return of the King, after 11 years) http: www.abc.com.py nota el-regreso-del-rey-11-anos-despues . ABC Color, journal, Asunción, Paraguay, December 18th, 2011 Foundation '''Club Olimpia''' is the oldest football (soccer) team in Paraguay. It was founded July 25, 1902 by Dutchman William Paats, along with Paraguayans Sila Godoy, Fernando S. Pascual, José E. Torres, Gustavo M. Crovatto, Héctor Cabañas, Juan Rodi, Antonio Pedraza, Luis Marecos, Juan Mara and Genaro Gutiérrez Yegros. The act of foundation was written in the Rodi's family home, located in the streets of Azara and Independencia Nacional in downtown Asunción, Paraguay. That evening, three names for the club were suggested: Paraguay, Esparta and Olimpia. The final decision came to William Paats who chose '''Club Olimpia''' as the team official name, in honor of the Greek city of Olympia (Olympia, Greece) where the Olympic Games were born. Commons:Category:Asunción
Asunción . His style of play has led the Paraguayan media to call him the "Master of the Midfield". Paredes plays defensive midfield, though he can also play as centre-forward, being a lethal header. He also has exceptional leadership capabilities on the field, where he is constantly marshalling instructions to the rest of the team. DATE OF BIRTH 16 July 1976 PLACE OF BIRTH Asunción, Paraguay DATE OF DEATH '''Ricardo Javier Tavarelli Paiva''' (born 2 August 1970 in Asunción, Paraguay) is a former Paraguayan footballer (Football (soccer)), who played as a goalkeeper (Goalkeeper (association football)). DATE OF BIRTH 2 August 1970 PLACE OF BIRTH Asunción, Paraguay DATE OF DEATH Already in his 30's and dealing with some injuries, Benítez left Espanyol in January 2002, returning to his country and signing with Asunción's Club Olimpia. In the years until his retirement, he appeared rarely for several clubs, and also returned to Spain, playing with second-tier UD Almería. stadium Estadio Defensores del Chaco location Asunción, Paraguay attendance 32,000 Hotel locations Commons:Category:Asunción
Goalkeeper René Higuita cemented his legendary status with an outstanding performance as he stopped four of the nine Paraguayan kicks and scored one himself. The 1989 edition also had another significant first: it was the first ever time that no club from
'''Nuestra Señora Santa María de la Asunción''' ( ) is the capital (Capital (political)) and largest city of Paraguay.
The '''Ciudad de Asunción''' is an autonomous capital district not part of any department (Departments of Paraguay). The metropolitan area, called ''Gran Asunción'', includes the cities of San Lorenzo (San Lorenzo (Paraguay)), Fernando de la Mora (Fernando de la Mora (Paraguay)), Lambaré, Luque, Mariano Roque Alonso, Ñemby, San Antonio (San Antonio, Paraguay), Limpio, Capiatá and Villa Elisa (Villa Elisa (Paraguay)), which are part of the Central Department. The Asunción metropolitan area has more than 2 million (1000000 (number)) inhabitants. The Municipality of Asunción is listed on the Asunción Stock Exchange (BVPASA), as , a unique feature of any city.
It is the home of the national government, principal port, and the chief industrial and cultural centre of the country.