South to America: A Journey Below the Mason-Dixon to Understand the Soul of a Nation
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As of July2022, [ref] according to ONS, total installed capacity of wind power was 22 GW, with average capacity factor of 58%.   While the world average wind production capacity factors is 24.7%, there are areas in Northern Brazil, specially in Bahia State, where some wind farms record with average capacity factors over 60%;   the average capacity factor in the Northeast Region is 45% in the coast and 49% in the interior.  In 2019, wind energy represented 9% of the energy generated in the country.  In 2019, it was estimated that the country had an estimated wind power generation potential of around 522 GW (this, only onshore), enough energy to meet three times the country's current demand.   In 2021 Brazil was the 7th country in the world in terms of installed wind power (21 GW),   and the 4th largest producer of wind energy in the world (72 TWh), behind only China, United States and Germany.  
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The proclamation of the Independence of Brazil by Prince Pedro on 7 September 1822 The Guayaquil conference between José de San Martín and Simón Bolívar Coronation of Pedro I as 1st Emperor of Brazil Bernardo O'Higgins swears officially the independence of Chile. Rossi, Carlos (9 July 2007). "América Latina – Guerra do Pacífico" (in Portuguese). Archived from the original on 4 March 2009.
The "Golden Law" Abolishing Slavery in Brazil". Encyclopedia of emancipation and abolition in the Transatlantic world. London, United Kingdom: Routledge. 2007.
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Spanish and Portuguese are the most spoken languages in South America, with approximately 200 million speakers each. Spanish is the official language of most countries, along with other native languages in some countries. Portuguese is the official language of Brazil. Dutch is the official language of Suriname; English is the official language of Guyana, although there are at least twelve other languages spoken in the country, including Portuguese, Chinese, Hindustani and several native languages.  English is also spoken in the Falkland Islands. French is the official language of French Guiana and the second language in Amapá, Brazil. Breathe is a parent’s unflinching demand, born of inherited trauma and love, for her children’s right simply to be possible.” — New York TimesLatinoamerica" (PDF). Revistas.ucm.es. Archived from the original (PDF) on 18 March 2009 . Retrieved 24 October 2010. Ambassador Rubens A. Barbosa. "Mercosul in the Regional Context". Archived from the original on 30 September 2006 . Retrieved 19 May 2007. The independence of South America was secured by Simón Bolívar (Venezuela) and José de San Martín (Argentina), the two most important Libertadores. Bolívar led a great uprising in the north, then led his army southward towards Lima, the capital of the Viceroyalty of Peru. Meanwhile, San Martín led an army across the Andes Mountains, along with Chilean expatriates, and liberated Chile. He organized a fleet to reach Peru by sea, and sought the military support of various rebels from the Viceroyalty of Peru. The two armies finally met in Guayaquil, Ecuador, where they cornered the Royal Army of the Spanish Crown and forced its surrender.
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GDP PPP, current prices". International Monetary Fund. 2022. Archived from the original on 22 January 2021 . Retrieved 16 January 2022. Martyn, Danuta (1992). "The climates of South America". Climates of the World. Translated by Senn, Peter. Elsevier. p.308. ISBN 0-444-98739-8. Bacc Travel brazilian Vacation Experts". www.bacctravel.com. Archived from the original on 7 March 2021 . Retrieved 15 April 2021.The European Peninsular War (1807–1814), a theater of the Napoleonic Wars, changed the political situation of both the Spanish and Portuguese colonies. First, Napoleon invaded Portugal, but the House of Braganza avoided capture by escaping to Brazil. Napoleon also captured King Ferdinand VII of Spain, and appointed his own brother instead. This appointment provoked severe popular resistance, which created Juntas to rule in the name of the captured king. Karam, John Tofik (2013). "On the Trail and Trial of a Palestinian Diaspora: Mapping South America in the Arab–Israeli Conflict, 1967–1972". Journal of Latin American Studies. 45 (4): 751–777. doi: 10.1017/S0022216X13001156. S2CID 145423526.