Paraguay is an interesting country, spanning across the South American continent. It was named after the Paraguay River, which forms the backbone of the entire country. In the language of the original inhabitants, Guaraní means “water that goes all the way to the ocean”. The film introduces not only the beauties and points of interest in the Paraguayan nature, but also its history and current picture of life, including a visit to a native Indian village Chamacoco at the north of the country. We’ll take you to the famous Calera, where to this day, lime is being produced the old fashioned way and stroll through the colonial city Concepción and the metropolis Asunción. You’ll see the great dessert Gran Chaco, which today is the home to several Indian tribe. Jesuit missions recorded on the UNESCO list are awaiting you as well as one of the greatest wonders of the modern world, the Itaipú dam. We will visit a Czech countryman, who founded a Slavic association, and at the end you will see one of the greatest natural wonders on the planet, the Iguazu waterfalls.