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Argentina Discovery

Comprising almost the entire southern half of South America, Argentina is the world's eighth largest country, covering an area of 2.8 million square km. Argentina possesses some of the world's tallest mountains, expansive deserts, and impressive waterfalls, with the diversity of the land ranging from wild, remote areas in southern Patagonia to the bustling metropolis of Buenos Aires in the north.
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Argentina Discovery - Buenos Aires, an intercultural city, a world in a city

The abbreviations Bs. As., Baires and B.A. are sometimes used, the first one mostly in writing and the latter two in everyday speech. The city is sometimes called La Reina del Plata, that is, "The Queen of the Plata" (a reference to the Plata river basin).

Argentina Discovery - Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve.

A journey of 88 miles of flat plateau to the north of Puerto Deseado. And then, suddenly, after making this journey, called attention to a red brick lighthouse on a rocky mass. Approaching him down there are two hairs sea lions swarming among rocky islets off the coast.

Argentina Discovery - Esteros del Iberá

In fact this name has been evolving with happening of the time, since registries exist that they originally identify to the site like Matting of Expensive Face, because in this place the emigrated natives lived on the Mission of Santa Ana by committed crimes, knew by “Caracará”, name also given to a bird of rotten prey: the “owl”.

Argentina Discovery - Ischigualasto Provincial Park

Fortunately, not everything has disappeared- an ancestor's footsteps appear step by step. Vestiges of vegetal and animal life spring from the ground letting you know and learn more about the origin of life on this planet. A lso known as Ischigualasto, meaning "Place where the Moon alights"in Quechua language, the park is a place where the world is summarized.

Argentina Discovery - Los Glaciares National Park

This national park was declared Patrimony of the Humanity by UNESCO in 1981. Part of the wall of 100 ms of the Spegazzini glacier falling Part of the wall of 100 ms of the Spegazzini glacier falling By the collective recognition of the Community of Nations expressed in articles of the convention of the World-wide Patrimony the NATIONAL PARK the GLACIERS has been new recruit in the list of WORLD-WIDE the NATURAL PATRIMONY.

Argentina Discovery - Maimará, multiplicity of tones

The custom of burying the dead on hilltops comes from both Incan and pre-Incan civilisations. The idea is to have a final resting place closer to God. Many villages in the Northwest of Argentina do have such a hillside cemetery.)

Argentina Discovery - National Park Baritu

One is in a landscape locked up by hills Of the Turkey hens and Black, and crossed by abundant, mighty and correntosos rivers and streams between which the BaritúBaritu stands out, Baryta), next to the Lipeo and to the river of the Turkey hens, all originated in the most Eastern cord of the mountain range of the $andes, and members of the great river basin of the Silver, to which they flow through the Bermejo river. In April of 2005, it is the only net tropical park of the country (those of the Iguazú, Pilcomayo, Calilegua, Formosa, Iberá, etc. although reunite many tropical characteristics, are in subtropical zones).

Argentina Discovery - National Park Calilegua

The autumn is characterized by the fogs that cover the mountainous areas totally. The closed plot of the vegetation intercepts the fog, doing it to precipitate and contributing extra water for the vegetation. This type of precipitation denominates "horizontal rain".

Argentina Discovery - National Park Los Alerces

The National Park the Larches is a great protected area that is in the Province of Chubut, Argentina. It embraces to the Futalaufquen Lake, the Arrayanes river, lake Verde and Menéndez. By its incredible landscapes one of the most beautiful parks of Argentina is considered.

Argentina Discovery - National Park Los Arrayanes

National Park the Arrayanes is a natural reserve located in the department the Lakes of the Argentine province of Neuquén; it occupies the 1753 has of the peninsula of Quetrihué, on the North shore of the lake Nahuel Huapi.

Argentina Discovery - Route 40 southern section.

Back in 40, the route to the south connects to Bajo Caracoles just over an hour of gravel in good condition and then Governor Gregores, a town that requires a few kilometers away again. The latter is the largest urban center in the region from which you access the Perito Moreno National Park to visit the lakes and Mount San Lorenzo.

Argentina Discovery - Technology

The trend to Open Source in South America seems to be stronger than it is anywhere else. Almost all governments there seem to be setting an Open Source agenda. Brazil, with 170 million or so citizens and by far the largest South American economy (the economy of Sao Paolo on its own is roughly as big as the economy of Mexico), is leading the way.

Argentina Discovery - The 10 Most Popular Posts on Argentina Photo Gallery in April 2014.

1.- Las Pampas and Buenos Aires. 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.

Argentina Discovery - The 10 Most Popular Posts on Argentina Photo Gallery in October 2014.

High difficulty circuits which have very hilly with very steep and sustained increases are considered very dangerous descents, tight times for tours on the schedule indicated, orientation problems and poor cyclability.

Argentina Discovery - The Copo National Park

The Copo National Park is a national park of Argentina, located in the Copo Department, province of Santiago del Estero. It has an area of 1142.5 km². It was created in 1998 in order to preserve a number of endangered species.

Argentina Discovery - The Copo National Park

The Copo National Park is a national park of Argentina, located in the Copo Department, province of Santiago del Estero. It has an area of 1142.5 km². It was created in 1998 in order to preserve a number of endangered species.

Argentina Discovery - The Quilmes Ruins

Quilmes Indigenous known as the first inhabitants of this place, had a high population density, allowing them a better distribution of tasks and greater exploitation of the ecosystem. In Calchaquies Valles entirely cities with such a high density index specialists currently regard as "the first pre-Hispanic cities of Argentina" were formed.

Argentina Discovery - Walking the Black River Valley: natural, cultural and historical tourism in General Roca.

Exist within the tourist circuit different places that are worth visiting for its historical, artistic, paleontological, or just for cultural record saved in the northern region of Patagonia. Municipal Museum Juan Sánchez. The Municipal Museum Juan Sánchez was created by Resolution No.

Argentina Discovery - Walking the Black River Valley: the wine route.

The aim of the winemakers is to add the high quality wines and gastronomic tourism to integrate the activities that give identity to the region and position Black River as a wine producing area of ​​excellence.

Argentina Photo Gallery: Route 40 explained section by section
Route 40 extends over 5000 kilometers in Argentina and unites some of the most beautiful and famous country territories. The trail crosses the Cuyo, North and Patagonia. It passes through 11 provinces, twenty National Parks and Reserves, 13 large lakes and salt mines, and five areas declared Natural Heritage Site.
Argentina Photo Gallery: The beauty of the Camino de los Siete Lagos.

One of the most beautiful circuits Corridor of Lagos in the province of Neuquén is the Road of the Seven Lakes, linking Villa la Angostura and San Martin de los Andes. There are 110 kilometers of them half-gravel from which numerous lakes, campgrounds, forests, national parks and mountain scenery are accessed.

Argentina Photo Gallery: The Quilmes ruins are located in the Calchaquí Valle, Tucumán,

The Quilmes ruins are located in the Calchaquí Valle, Tucumán, Argentina. They are the remains of the largest pre-Columbian settlement in that country. They occupy about thirty acres and are located near Cerro Alto del Rey. The place was first owned by the original people, the provincial government then later a private dealer and finally, descendants of the people Quilmes.