The Andes mountain range shows its beauty in the Patagonian provinces. Millennial silent forests with native vegetable species are extended along the shores of glistening waters.
On top of the mountains, nature overflows with granite peaks and ice fields spreading their glacier tongues into lakes of unsurpassable beauty.
Imposing mammals and sea birds, half-way between real life and fantasy, spend certain seasons on the rough coasts of Patagonia where they complete part of their life cycle. Seals colonies play on the islets and sandbanks.
2.- 8 Great Places to Visit in Argentina.
Buenos Aires is a great city, but Argentina is a great country, and it would be a shame if you lived here and didn’t see all that it has to offer. And so without further ado, here are 8 places in Argentina you absolutely must visit. People come from all over the world to see what is perhaps Argentina’s star natural attraction: the mighty Iguazú Falls. Made up of some 275 individual waterfalls and cascades, the park in which they’re located has an amazingly comprehensive and well-maintained set of catwalks that allow you get right up close and personal with the vast sprays of water.
3.- Prehistoric Argentina, the promised land of scientists, paleontologists and lovers of the great lizards.
Argentina has proved, through the dinosaur paleontological Argentines, the promised land of scientists, paleontologists and lovers of the great dinosaurs that once, more than 65 million years, absolutely dominated the planet for a period of time over 160 million years.Argentina was in prehistoric times, a very populated by dinosaurs. At present, the finding of fossils has aroused the attention of paleontologists from around the world, as well as tourists from home and abroad.
4.- Mordillo's world.
Son of Spanish parents, his childhood was spent in Villa Pueyrredón (Buenos Aires) where he had a precocious interest in drawing. In 1948 he was certified as Illustrator at the School of Journalism. Two years later part of the studio's animation team bruche Burone while doing illustrations for children's stories (Perrault's Tales, Tales of Schmid, The Bremen Town Musicians and The Three Little Pigs) edited by Codex. For 1952 Mordillo Galas Studies co-founded, dedicated to the production of animations. Meanwhile, still developing his career as an illustrator and publishing some strips in local magazines.
5.- The 10 Most Popular Posts on Argentina Photo Gallery in April 2013.
The most common birds in parks and gardens in and around Buenos Aires.
Abundant. It is seen in open areas, parks, fields and gardens of the suburbs, and various natural environments such as forests, etc. She is seen on the ground, on poles and tree branches. Sing to pair. Build this amazing nest of mud. It is the national bird of Argentina.
6.- Biodiversity in Patagonia Argentina.
At present the existing biodiversity in the Patagonia Argentina, we are referring not only to the particular characteristics of each of the species that inhabit this region, wildlife humble glance, but try to give a global picture of the immense wealth totalizing underlying this ground, across the spectrum.
In other words, we want to make come to understand that since the immeasurable beauty of the ocean, through the rigorous but captivating arid steppe, to the stunning charm of the Cordillera de Los Andes, from the solitude of the hills in the plains to the majesty of the lakes with its glaciers, Patagonia Argentina hosts, even in its apparent simplicity, "THE MIRACLE OF LIFE."
7.- Nahuel Huapi National Park is the oldest Argentine national park, in Patagonia in the foothills of the Andes mountains.
Nahuel Huapi National Park is the oldest Argentine national park, in Patagonia in the foothills of the Andes mountains. It was established in 1934, but the nucleus of the park is the land donated to the federal government by Perito Moreno in 1903.
The park covers approximately 7050 km² and is located in the southwest of the Neuquén and northwest of the Río Negro provinces bordering with Chile. The largest city within the park and a base for tourism is the city of San Carlos de Bariloche. Villa La Angostura is another lakeside resort also within the boundaries of the park.
8.- The Giant Armadillo (Priodontes maximus), colloquially Tatou, Ocarro, Tatu-canastra or Tatú Carreta, is the largest living species of armadillo.
The Giant Armadillo (Priodontes maximus), colloquially Tatou, Ocarro, Tatu-canastra or Tatú Carreta, is the largest living species of armadillo. It was once found widely throughout the tropical forests of eastern South America and now ranges throughout varied habitat as far south as northern Argentina. This species is considered vulnerable to extinction.
9.- Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve a pocket full of wildlife.
The Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve was created by Decree of the Province of Santa Cruz N ° 1561 of 1977. It was declared as "Intangible Natural Reserve".
The purpose of it was to create a reserve for the one area for breeding and fur seal (Arctocephalus australis) in the province of Santa Cruz. In turn, there is also a colony of sea lions (Otaria flavescens), and a significant diversity of seabirds.
10.- Argentine gastronomic dictionary.
Aji de Chicha. Northwest
Food that is prepared with broth, tummy, peppers and potatoes
Central and northwest
Made from wheat trodden without cuticle, boiled in salted water, to which is added onion, squash, diced goat meat and finish seasoning with saffron, and chili fried fat.
Alfajor. Candy consisting of two small pieces of dough more or less circular, joined together with different types of sweets.
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