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The Neuquén Andean rivers offer an exciting experience that allows tourists to visit places inaccessible and admire unique landscapes transparent descending by meltwater.

Whitewater rivers have all degrees of difficulty for those who want to practice: from the novice to the most discerning and intrepid visitors. The river forms an unrivaled Aluminé for this activity.

neuquen mapAlso performed at the Hua Hum between Valdivian rainforest that straddles the river banks.

The kayaking is an activity that can be practiced on lakes, rivers and dams across the province.

The Limay River is ideal for beginners and Ruca Choroy River, is one of the best Patagonia offers for this sport, especially for those who like strong emotions.

Pulmarí Rivers, Hua Hum, Quillen Litrán Traful and south of the province, have very good conditions for practicing kayaking.
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For indigenous peoples, the rock art was a tool for communication, a way of transferring ideas, experiences and convictions, as a way to reassert itself and involving other groups put that message in the vastness of the landscape with the intention conscious of that last in space and in time.

In turn, it was a way of intervening territorially-especially when we understand the condition of their producers nomadic referring their inter actions related to space: territorial exploration in search of material resources and the ritualization geographic spaces.

Therefore, the human figure in rock art can not be interpreted as a pictorial representation is much more than that.

arte rupestre Talampaya_4The worldview of American native peoples include animate beings and inanimate elements, all part of an integrated whole that carries the sacred character.
Man fell within that whole.
That sacredness was rooted in naturalistic and mystical thought of the people also hierarchized and deeply respected characters of power within the community.

This hierarchy is reflected in all the rock art. Thus, some human figures are, the smaller sizes schematic simplicity compared with those showing power attributes, differing both in the set.

But whatever their appearance, the human figure in rock art, is always based on an idea conceived by the thought of the original peoples naturalist who considered their kind in a part of nature and not the shaft system, which is the most widespread conception in our contemporary Western thought.
source: Argentina Live

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misiones map Selva, red earth, waterfalls and rivers roads accompany missions , the lush riverside province rich in cultural and natural diversity.

A tour from one end to the province of the forest and rivers, going into asphalt roads and red dirt roads, sleeping in lodges beside a stream virginal, horseback riding and visiting jumps like Enchanted and Moconá .

A native and gringa experience in the land of tea and yerba mate.

misiones iguazuAt six in the morning we drive from Buenos Aires and six o'clock in the evening we were in the coastal city of Posadas, almost motionless watching the flow of the Parana. We spent the night in the capital and took off early missionary to the ruins of the San Ignacio Jesuit Reduction.

A half hour drive due north from Posadas began pouring the lush vegetation, and a small mountain jungle we stopped to test the theory of a missionary friend: "My province is the only self-smelling, smells green to wild entrails and wet red earth, a fragrance that you enter into the lungs with the force of a flood. "

Different forms of transport coexist in missionary routes, between jungle and forested areas.
source: Argentina Live

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Mapa de Misiones Versión 4 (10-10-2007)

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nunca mas From now until Tuesday, the Human Rights Secretariat ran signaled spaces where detention and torture during the dictatorship, in Buenos Aires, Córdoba, Santa Fe, San Juan, and Mendoza Misiones.

The Federal Network of Sites of Memory signaled from today until next Tuesday nine former clandestine detention centers in the provinces of Buenos Aires, Córdoba, Santa Fe, Mission, San Juan and Mendoza. Coordinated by the National Archive of Memory (ANM) and under the aegis of the Ministry of Human Rights of the Nation, the network reported that the signs "include information on the operation of each site under the repressive system and expressed in the public space of the democratic state committed to publicize and condemn these heinous acts, so they never happen again. "

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The activity will begin this morning, at 11.30, in Misiones, when signaled Police Headquarters, which was the most important secret center of the province, located in Buenos Aires from Santiago del Estero and Tucuman, in the provincial capital.

Also today, but at 1430, it signaled the Job Caminero of Pilar, in Cordoba , located on National Route 9 and Boulevard Perón. Since before the last coup and until 1978, the police station was used as clandestine detention and torture, repression within the circuit under the Department of Information of the Police of the Province of Córdoba (D-2), under the command Third Army Corps.

Then, at 19, will mark the Legislature former San Juan (Stadium Park May Open), in the city of San Juan, located in Urquiza between May 25 and San Luis. The Legislative Building was used as illegal detention center during the days after the March 24, 1976.
The activity will continue in Santa Fe , tomorrow, at 17, when he signaled the Foot Guards Reinforced (GIR), the Commissariat 4th, the Department of the Police Information (D-2) and the Police Station 1st City of Santa Fe (Nicasio Orono 793).

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On Sunday 24, at 10, in Mendoza , it signaled the D-2 or Palace Police (Police Headquarters Mendoza), located in Belgrano and Peltier of the provincial capital. The Information Department of the Chief of Police of Mendoza, who worked at the Palace Police, was the most important secret center of the province and operated since 1974, systematically, from the blow.

Finally, on Tuesday, 26, at 12, is signaled Investigation Brigade of San Justo, in the Buenos Aires district of La Matanza, located in Salta 2450. This clandestine center joined the Circuit Camps, as known to the largest network of illegal detention spaces in the province. He was also part of Operation Condor, and there spent more than a hundred persons persecuted for their political, social and union.
source: Argentina Live
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