South America

South America Trivia Quiz Fun Facts

If you're yet to visit countries on the South American continent, then you should. Until then, discover interesting trivia fun facts about this great continent.

It is home to so much more than its culture for famous dishes, dance styles (samba and tango), with 90% of the people as Christians. There's a lot more with our fun facts on South America.

South America Fun Facts

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Millions of people travel to Machu Picchu each years to see the remaining ruins of the Inca civilization. Watch out for the altitude sickness! The site lays close to 8000 ft above sea level.
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Bolivia is one of the few countries in the world that has two official capitals: Sucre and La Paz.
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Many consider the Amazon River the longest in the world so you might assume it runs through numerous countries. Actually, the river only runs through 3 of South America's countries: Brazil, Colombia, and Peru.
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The Andes are the longest chain of land mountains in the world. Spanning the western coast of the entire continent, they are over 4300 miles long.
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Brazil is the largest city on the continent. While Rio de Janeiro is easily its well-known city, Sao Paulo is it's most populous.
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Some might believe Brazil's most popular city, Rio de Janeiro, is also its capital. Other's might think it's Sao Paulo, the country's most populous. The capital of the country is in fact Brasilia.
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South America takes up a lot of space in the Southern Hemisphere and while many might believe it to hold more countries, there are only 13.
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Brazil is so large that it spans most of the continent, sharing it's border with 10 of the remaining 12 countries.
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Since South America is filled with Latin countries, you might think Spanish is the most common language. WRONG! Because the population of Brazil is so large, a country where they mostly speak Portuguese, this makes Portuguese the most common language of the continent.
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There are five official languages spoken within the continent: Portuguese, Spanish, English, French, and Dutch, the last of which is spoken in Suriname.

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