Workshop 3 south america

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  • 1. Central AmericaGeography Workshop #3Alma Vaca
  • 2. Recife, BrazilRecife has a year-roundtropical climate, with warm tohot temperatures and highrelative humidity throughoutthe year. However, theseconditions are relieved bypleasant trade winds blowingin from the ocean.
  • 3. Recife, BrazilTrees found inRecife, Brazil
  • 4. Recife, Brazil Shoes used in Recife, Brazil
  • 5. Ica, Peru Ica lies on the border of the Atacama desert and has one of the driest climates in the world
  • 6. Ica, Peru Trees foundin Ica, Peru
  • 7. Ica, PeruSandals, tennis shoes,
  • 8. Maracaibo, Venezuela Maracaibo is one of the hottest cities of Venezuela. The Rain shadow of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta gives the city a semiarid climate.
  • 9. Maracaibo, Venezuela Trees in Maracaibo, Venezuel a Maracaibo (Venezuela), plantation of divi- divi trees used in the leather industry
  • 10. Maracaibo, Venezuela Shoes in Venezuela, ( Visitors are recommended not to wear expensive shoes, or clothes due to high delinquency.)
  • 11. Naranjo, GuatemalaNaranjo was the capital of the most powerful Classic Maya kingdomof Saal. Naranjo has a humid (> 0.65 p/pet) climate. El
  • 12. Naranjo, guatemalaTrees found inNaranjo, Guatemala arewhite skin
  • 13. Naranjo, Guatemala Shoes used in Naranjo, Guatemala
  • 14. Tegucigalpa, Honduras Tegucigalpa features a more moderate form of a tropical wet and dry climate
  • 15. Tegucigalpa, Honduras Trees grown in Tegucigalpa, Honduras
  • 16. Tegucigalpa, Honduras Shoes used in Tegucigalpa, Honduras