España Ave. from Manora Condo complex balcony
Manorá (or Manó Râ) is a barrio ( neighbourhood) of Asunción, the capital of Paraguay. It has a population of 1,898 people.
Manorá is bordered near
Santo Domingo, Las Lomas, San Jorge, Ycua Sati, San Cristobal, and Villa Morra.
There are many stores around the area, including a
TGI Fridays, and a McDonalds.
The name is believed to have been coined by
Roa Bastos in 1993. The name is Guarani for "a place of death". It could also possibly interpreted as "a place of dying", or "a place of the dead". 
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Bannon, John Francis; Dunne, Peter Masten (1950). . Science and culture texts (2 ed.). Bruce Publishing Company. p. 587 Latin America, an Historical Survey . Retrieved . 2016-02-25 [...] a wealthy creole landowner and reputed nephew of Francia, [...] Carlos Antonio Lopez.
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Paraguay: A Country Study. Washington: GPO for the Library of Congress, 1988.
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