town, central Paraguay. The name Caacupé originated from the Guaraní word caaguycupé, meaning `the other side of the mountain.` Founded in 1770, the ...
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Caacupé is a city and district in Paraguay. It is the capital of the department of Cordillera. The town was founded in 1770 by Carlos Murphy, a grenadier at the service of King Charles III of Spain, although a first settlement existed here from the 17th century. The city is the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Caacupé. Caacupé is best know
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