From the buzzing federal capital to the flat treeless plains this eastern region of Argentina which encompasses Buenos Aires and The Pampas is jam packed with things to do and is definitely worth a good chunk of your time. Whilst exploring this region you will stumble across some of Argentina's most popular urban destinations; Buenos Aires and Cordoba which offer a sumptuous mixture of laid back
Argentina offers a rich variety of outdoor activities and environments, from the subtropical rainforests in the north to the subarctic coast of Tierra del Fuego in the south Argentina maintains a number of national parks, natural reserves, national monuments and provincial parks. The country has a long-standing and enlightened tradition of setting aside and protecting national and state parks.
1.- Legends and Myths Patagonian "Kospi" how the flowers were born. A long, long time, the plants still had flowers. At that time lived in a beautiful southern girl named tehuelche Kospi, soft hair and sweet brown eyes. A stormy afternoon, when the flash of lightning lit up every corner of the earth, Karut (thunder), leaning out stared at the entrance at Kau (canopy) of their parents. The looked
A long, long time, the plants still had flowers. At that time lived in a beautiful southern girl named tehuelche Kospi, soft hair and sweet brown eyes. A stormy afternoon, when the flash of lightning lit up every corner of the earth, Karut (thunder), leaning out stared at the entrance at Kau (canopy) of their parents. The looked so beautiful that even though it was rustic, surly and rough,
The coat of the Province of Santa Cruz is not only the symbol of the most representative of its soil, but it symbolizes the most precious of the traditions of the people aónikenk Chonek. One of the few mountains to which you know the name imposed by the primitive inhabitants, is the Chalten, Fitz Roy called by the white man. This name means "Bluish" because it is the color tone with which
Argentina, a country of extremes. You get the impression that I carry with me since I've known to quattro'occhi. Nicest people that you open the door and heart to the flight or cafonazzi that stimulate the hidden desire to take a hand. Buenos Aires boundless megalopolis where supermarkets are not to lord it but where, on the contrary, it continues to go to the grocer, the butcher and the
Los Glaciares (which in Spanish means "Glaciers") is a National Park that is located in the province of Santa Cruz, in Patagonia, Argentina. It covers an area of 4459 km ² in 1981 was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In other parts of the world glaciers originate from the 2500 meters in height, but, because of particular geographical, in this region they originate from just 1500
The Puna Argentina is a great similar to Tibet plateau and the Atacama Desert, with an average height of 3800 m. It extends from the mid-west of the province of Catamarca to northwestern Jujuy West half of the provinces of Salta and Jujuy understanding. The limits range from Puna Argentina Cordillera de San Buenaventura (north of San Francisco Pass in the province of Catamarca) in the
The disinterment and burial of carnival is an ancient rite celebrated by the peoples of Northern Argentina. Beliefs, myths and dancing are part of this singular popular tradition. Disinterment of Carnival . During January and February, carnival is the great protagonist of Tilcara. This season is longed for at the dusty streets of Tilcara and its neighboring villages, such as Maimará, which
This celebration is to be witnessed in order to grasp its real sense. Who was Güemes? Why have the people of Salta loved him so much for so long? Who were and still are his gauchos? We stayed at the right place to understand this beautiful story of everlasting love and loyalty. Every year on June 17th, the City of Salta dresses up for a celebration that pays tribute to the most remarkable
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