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Planted fields

£569.25 (including 15 % tax)

This image is of planted fields on the banks of the rio Uruguay, Misiones province, Argentina Latitude / Longtitude:(27°24’S, 54°24’W).

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This province in northeastern Argentina, named for the Jesuit missions founded here between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries, was originally covered with tropical forests. For nearly a century, however, European colonists deforested a major portion of the territory in order to exploit the red earth, which is rich in iron oxide and very fertile. Working along the contours of the land, leaving strips of grass between the furrows in order to reduce erosion, they developed various crops such as cotton, tobacco, tea, maté, sunflower, rice, and citrus. The farmers took advantage of the vast hydrographic network that waters this region between the ParanÁ and Uruguay Rivers, which is appropriately named Mesopotamia. The name means between the rivers» in Greek; ancient Mesopotamia was situated between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers.

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