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    Argentinian language

    The Republic of Argentina is a country belonging to South America, whose capital is Buenos Aires. It has a population of 44 million inhabitants (31st) and an area of ​​2,780,400 km 2 (8th), making it the largest Spanish-speaking country in the world. Its human development index is very high (47th) and its official currency is the Argentine peso. And what language is spoken in Argentina? What language do you speak in Argentina? Argentina does not have any official language; the de facto national language is Spanish, spoken by practically the entire population. Provinces such as Corrientes or Chaco establish other…

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    Typical food of Argentina

    Geographic setting and environment Argentina is a wedge-shaped country, the second largest (after Brazil) in South America. To the west, you have the Andes mountain range, but most of Argentina’s land is low-lying. Because Argentina is in the southern hemisphere, the winter months are from May to August, and the hottest summer month is January. Argentina’s climate and its rich lowland regions combine to make it one of the world’s largest food-producing nations. More than 4 percent of the world’s livestock is raised by Argentine ranchers. Argentina is also the largest producer of honey in South America, an ingredient that…

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  • History of Argentina

    Brief history of Argentina summarized A brief review of the history of Argentina, in a summarized way. Colonial Argentina Before the Europeans arrived in Argentina, it was sparsely populated. In the Northwest people grew potatoes and pumpkins. Sometimes they lived in walled towns and used metal and pottery. However, in most indigenous peoples they lived by hunting animals and gathering plants. They continued their hunter-gatherer lifestyle until the late 19th century. Europeans arrived in present-day Argentina in the 16th century. In 1516 Juan de Solís reached the Río de la Plata but was assassinated by the natives. He was followed…

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  • Traditions and customs of Argentina

    What traditions and customs are there in Argentina? A review of the customs and traditions that exist in Argentina, a South American country. Gastronomy Food in daily life Argentines really like meat and pasta. Most restaurants offer a wide assortment of meat and pasta dishes. Spanish and Italian cuisine inspire everyday cuisine, while French -influenced cuisine is reserved for special occasions. It is quite common to buy fresh pasta for Sunday lunch, which is usually a family event (often including extended family). Breakfast is very light and generally includes coffee or tea and milk, toast, butter and jam. In restaurants…

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  • History of Buenos Aires

    Brief history of Buenos Aires summarized Let’s know the history of Buenos Aires, in a summarized and brief way. Foundation of Buenos Aires Buenos Aires was founded twice. A settlement on the current site was briefly established in 1536 by conquistador Pedro de Mendoza, but attacks by local indigenous tribes forced the settlers to move to Asunción, Paraguay in 1539. By 1541 the site had been burned and abandoned. The harrowing story of the attacks and the overland journey to Asunción was written by one of the survivors, the German mercenary Ulrico Schmidl, after his return to his homeland around…

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