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Lethem (pop 7,000), lies on the Takutu River, which forms the border with Brazil, opposite the Brazilian town of Bonfim Lethem is the main commercial centre of the Guyanese Rupununi savannah, where there are many vaqueros, or cowboys, and ranches The area's other economic activities are plant and mineral extraction, and tourism
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Guyana remains one of the world's most exciting and least known destinations for adventuresome travel and exploration
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Guyanese music and songs expresses our feelings, joys, sorrow, hardship and struggles We have found great pleasure and appreciation to write, compose and showcase to the world the forms of music that shape Guyana to what it is today
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The Canje Pheasant or the Hoatzin located at the bottom of the shield is cordially known as the National Bird of Guyana It is a very rare bird that is relatively found precisely in the southern parts of the world, which is ideal as Guyana is located in South America
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Explore Guyana holidays and discover the best time and places to visit | Few places on the planet offer raw adventure as authentic as densely forested Guyana Although the country has a troubled history of political instability and inter-ethnic tension, underneath the headlines of corruption and economic mismanagement is a joyful and motivated mix of people who are slowly turning the country
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