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Tango0105 Oct 2018 12:42 p.m. PST

"A brief historical review of the Province of Misiones, and like the Jesuit Fathers, in union with the Guarani they defended a territory, for a distant King, that by term palace intrigues throwing from their territories the Jesuits that had done an evangelizing work and of integration of its inhabitants.-
There are in the territory of my beloved province and especially in my home town of Concepción de la Sierra, where you can find remains of constructions of the ancient mission of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception of Ibitiracua, samples of the Guaraní culture, which is still not has given the appropriate value on the part of the provincial government.

Also known as the Guarani Jesuit Reductions, they comprised a group of thirty missionary towns founded in the seventeenth century by the Order of the Society of Jesus, also known as the Jesuit Order and the Guarani aborigines and related peoples, whose goal was evangelization and submission to the Crown of Spain of which they were direct subjects and which were geographically located in the current provinces of Misiones and Corrientes in Argentina (fifteen populations) in Paraguay (Eight populations) and the seven remaining in the territory of the so-called Eastern Missions, located southeast of Brazil; all in the jurisdiction of the Paraguayan Province or of Paraguay dependent at that time of the Viceroyalty of Peru and that included regions of present Paraguay, Argentina, Uruguay and parts of Bolivia and Brazil…"

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