Assuming that YOU were in either of those locations: Northern Argentina is closer to the equator. The latitude of the equator is zero. Latitudes increase as you move farther from the equator, both north and south. The northernmost point in Argentina is near 21.8° south latitude while the southern…
The most famous football stadium in Argentina is the Bombonera "the chocolate box" Home to Boca Juniors The Bombonera is an 70,000+ stadium in the Boca Barrio of Buenos Aires. It is the home of Boca Juniors and to experience a game their is transcedant.
The most famous football field in Argentin…
When Spain began conquering modern-day South America, they found
large deposits of silver. They began collecting the silver to add
to their already significant wealth.
He gained the support of the workers.
San Carlos de Bariloche (often known as simply "Bariloche") wasn't really founded. A German man named Carlos Weiderhold set up shop near what is now the center of Bariloche and by 1895, it had become a settlement where people from many backgrounds settled.
One of the sources of depression is a feeling of inequality when
compared to other people. People would most likely be content in a
society where there is complete economic equality.
Argentina produces a lot of wheat and meat for the rest of the
world among other products.
yes Argentina does trade with the us.
Yes, but i think only in flight routes betwen USA and Argentina (No Argentinian domestic routes).
its called the ceiboThe National Flower Of Argentina Is The Ceibo Though The Real Scientific Name Is The Enrythrina Cristina-Galli
In 1913 most people worked and owned farms. The second most common
thing that people did to make a living was working in factories.
All I know is that the sun in the middle represents a new era of freedom. (After the Argentine Civil War.) The colors of the flag represent the sky and clouds the sun on the flag is called the Sun of May.
Spaniards and british
Argentina has a Republic government.
No, but Argentina's economy is operating way below its potential.
depends where, most countries about 4% but in Canada about 40%
Distance is 11082 kilometers or 6887 miles or 5984 nautical miles
Beef is the most common meat, and bread and pastas are common. Some
of the most well known dishes include empanadas, milanesa and
tortilla de papa. Bar-b-q's (asados) are very common and include
meats like molleja, morcilla, ribs, chori-pan (chorizo and bread,
sometimes served with chimichurri). Des…
Some of the natural resources of Argentina are oil, trees, bushes, and flowers. This answer that someone else put in is totally right... from what i have researched i have found that the natural resources are lead, zinc, copper, iron ore, tin, and uranium.
Fertile plains of the pampas, lead, zinc, …
About a month most of it would be the sea passage from BA to Glasgow and then a few hours by train to Carnoustie.
The capital of Argentina is Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires is located
near the eastern coast of Argentina, at the mouth of the Rio
Parana. Across from Buenos Aires lies Uruguay.
It should be 'Asado'. You can think of it as sort of a barbeque, but with a lot of different types of meat.
The Argentine peso
The name of the Argentine national anthem is "Marcha de la Patria", ""March of the Fatherland""
Wrong. The name of the Argentine national anthem is (in Spanish) "HIMNO NACIONAL ARGENTINO" (rough English translation: ARGENTINE NATIONAL ANTHEM) it was written by:
Vicente Lopez y Planes (lyrics) and…
How Far Is It?
Distance From: Houston, TX
Distance To: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Distance:5032.1 miles8098.4 kilometers4372.8 nautical miles
Diego Armando Maradona (Fútbol - Argentina's soccer)Carlos Gardel (Tango Singer)Carlos Monzón (Fight)Juan Manuel Fangio (Car Racing)Jorge Luis Borges (Writer - literature)Bernardo HOUSSAY (Nobel Prize - Medicine 1947)Cesar MILSTEIN (Nobel Prize - Medicine 1984)Luis LELOIR (Nobel Prize - Chemist 19…
The hornero is the national bird of Argentina.
Argentina Argentina is the largest Spanish-speaking country in South America by area of land. Colombia is the largest Spanish-speaking country in South America by population. * Brazil is the largest country in South America both by area and population but Portuguese is the official language there.
Almost all argentines speak spanish (more than 40 million).
Argentina celebrates Independence Day on July 9th every year.
Southern South America bordering the south Atlantic ocean between Chile and Uruguay
rugby sevens - SANTIAGO GOMEZ CORA.
15's rugby - Felipe Contepomi.
Canadians eat a variety of foods, many of them similar to the Americans. Such staples as bread (white, whole wheat, rye, etc.), milk, cereals, eggs, cheese, poultry, beef, pork, fish, seafood, fruits - especially apples, bananas, oranges, pears, grapes, tomatoes - and vegetables - such as potatoes, …
A natural resource is a a resource that come from earth such as gold, coal, water, soil, and silver
Argentina's agriculture is
Argentina does not have an official language legislated. Spanish is the "de facto" official language.
Argentina may be considered a land of extremes because the country
stretches from the Equator towards the south pole. This means that
the northern part of the country is usually warmer and more humid,
while the southern part of the country is colder and dryer.
The Capital is Buenos Aires
AnswerThe best chess players consist of world champions and grandmastersHere is how i would rank them:1) Bobby Fischer and Capablaca2) Kasparov and Lasker3) Alekine4) Tal5) Morphy6) Karpov7) Spassky8) Zukertort9) Steinitz10) Anand
In Canada, it is the second Monday in October. In the US, it is the fourth Thursday of November.
leather and ?
Misch. Factory supplies
Argentina is the largest Spanish-speaking country (by area) in South America. Colombia has a greater population, Spanish-speaking or otherwise (about 46 million, about 6 million more than Argentina).
Argentina is bordered by the south Atlantic Ocean on its east
coast. It also touches part of Uruguay to the east.
The the north, it is bordered by Bolivia and Paraguay; to the west,
Chile, and to the south, the Drake Passage. It is the largest
Spanish-speaking country in Latin America.
The Latin word for time is "tempus." Words like temporary and temporal are English derivatives of this word.Also:aevus is a masculine Latin noun meaning "passage of time"aevum is a neuter Latin noun meaning "passage of time"hora is a feminine Latin noun meaning "hour; time; season"tempastas is a fem…
I'm looking for the peace of information! but apparently Argentina does not have a national costume. Anyway , If you figured out the answer let me know plz :D gauchos There is no real costume of Argentina but the most popular and important symbol is the GAUCHO (cowboy).
They are all in South America: Brazil in the east and center, Bolivia and Argentina in the west central and south.
it's a conrty
people go to Argentina to see the best memorials of that country
The South American country that lies along the Pacific coast to the
west of Argentina is Chile.
Most major cities in Argentina are located near rivers, in order to
get food and water.
The beer. Also Wine
Hot. There is some breeze but since it's by the Equator it is usually warm all year. Occasionally there is rain.
There are 40,134,425 people living in Argentina
In Peru and other places int he world the family structure is undergrowing substanail change.
Argentina is famous for it`s soccer team. Also for its horses, wine,tango,and steak! Horses- 1500's the spanish brought well trained horses to Argentina. very fast runers. Steak- everyone loves it and its so rich and flavorful! cant get better than that. Wine- freahy vined and ready to go, argen…
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"Argentina" is a Spanish adjective meaning "silvery". You may
recognize how that aligns with the periodic table symbol for silver
In argentina, more than 95% of the country speaks Spanish (it being
the native language. Immigrants, which don't constitute a lot of
the population, are the ones who don't speak Spanish)
Most of Argentina is farther from the equator than all of southern Spain is,but there's a part in the north that's closer. I'm not in either country.There are some parts of Argentina that are farther from the equator than any place in Spain is, but there are certainly places in northern Argentina t…
Bread is a very common food, but also is milk.
There are a variety of landforms found in Argentina. These
landforms include mountains, plains, coastline, waterfalls, as well
Yes Argentina is a country in South America.
Argentinians speak Spanish.
resources that are natural, trees are used to make paper, wood, etc
Peru Bolivia and paraguay and BRAZIL!
The total land area is 2,740,455 Km2 (1,058,095 sq. miles).
The Puma, Capybara and the Llama can all live in the region of Argentina!(from your pal' Millackan)
Argentina is located on the continent of South America.
Mauricio Macri is the President of Argentina.
Macri became the President on 2015 December 10. Prior to this he
was the Mayor of Buenos Aires for 8 years.
The current President of Argentina as of October 2012 is Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, the 55th.
Peru is the Republic of Peru is a country in western South America.
It is bordered on the north by Ecuador and Colombia, on the east by
Brazil, on the southeast by Bolivia, on the south by Chile, and on
the west by the Pacific Ocean. Peruvian territory was home to the
Norte Chico civilization, one o…
Argentina is located on the continent of South America, to the east
of Chile.South America
povertyno that is false
Argentina is a mixed economy. The banks are state owned and it does
not have a completely free market yet. It is not a command economy.
football, polo, pretty much all sport
Argentina has Buenos Aires as its capital city.
Brazil is the 5th largest country and Argentina is 8th.
Brazil and Argentina are among the ten largest countries in the
world, in terms of land area.
The country that borders Brazil, Bolivia, and Argentina is
Undeveloped Country's that do not require the criteria of the UN as a 'developed' country country's like Sudan and Pakistan ect. they have high infant mortality rates low GPD per capita high adult illiteracy and low life expectancy
the Gran Chaco
Russia, Canada, USA and China.