How did people get to Argentina and who did not originate in Argentina?
The Spanish came to enslave the native population. Other immigrants were Italian, German and has Arabs, Eastern Europeans, Russians as well as Latin America's largest Jewish population and largest population of Irish descendants.
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Diego Armando Maradona (FÃºtbol - Argentina's soccer) Carlos Gardel (Tango Singer) Carlos MonzÃ³n (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 Pr…ize - Chemist 1970) (MORE)
Argentine food has been shaped by both its agricultural capabilities and its historical immigration patterns. You'll find Argentines eat a lot of red meat, soybeans, corn, and wheat. You'll also find the cuisine has strong Italian and Spanish influences. Check out the related link for an article …about Argentine food. (MORE)
People work at a variety of different jobs in the country ofArgentina. These include schools, hotels, hospitals, andrestaurants.
The answer is yes and no.. Tango is traditionally from Buenos Aires. Many people from Buenos Aires, also called "porteÃ±os", can and occasionally do dance tango.. People from the interior don't, but they have their own traditional and folk dances.
The athlete from Argentina that has won the most Olympic medals isCarlos Espinola with 4 (2 silver, 2 bronze). He won silver in men'swindsurfer sailing at the 1996 and 2000 Summer Games and bronze inmixed multihull sailing at the 2004 and 2008 Summer Games. Weightlifter Humberto Selvetti won 2 meda…ls, a bronze in 1952 and asilver in 1956. Rower Alberto Demiddi won 2 medals, a bronze in 1968 and a silverin 1972, both in single sculls. (MORE)
The people of Argentina don't have a specific dress code. They tendt wear clothing very similar to that worn in North America andEurope, although the traditional gaucho (cowboy) clothing is morecolorful and flamboyant that what we think of for cowboys in NorthAmerica.
It depends on where you are going. You have Valleys and Puna in the north, you have beach all along the coast, you have mountains in the east and you have Patagonia on the south where you have woods and lakes. You can also go to the Perito Moreno Glaciere the south of the Patagonia. If you are not …an outdoor person you can go to Buenos Aires or Rosario where have big cities. So you can hike, ski, sunbathe on the beach. It all depends on what you want to do.... (MORE)
In English the people of Argentina are called Argentinians. InSpanish they are called Argentinos or Argentinas, depending inwhether they are men or women.
Spanish is the predominant language spoken throughout Argentina.Other languages spoken by Argentinians include English, Portuguese,Italian, German, and French.
In Buenos Aires with a population of 3,050,700, then C'ordoba with 1,327,000, finally Rosario with 1,242,000.
male average: 177 cm female average: 165 cm. male average: 177 cm female average: 165 cm
A typical breakfast in Argentina usually consists of a cup of coffee with milk (cafe con leche), and a variety of sweet pastries (fracturas).
In Argentina people dress in nice fitting clothes. The men usuallywear nice pants and dressy shoes, while the women wear veryfeminine clothing. They are a very fashion conscious country.
in 2001 were 36.260.130, but today (2010) is estimated 40,913,584. Argentina was home to 41.09 million people as of 2012. The lifeexpectancy of an Argentinian resident is 76.01 years.
They have really good Italian food, steak and pizza. Oh and they have these little grilled ham and cheese sandwitches but it's on sqiushed bread. I don't know what it's called haha
usually on foot. Depends on where you want to go really. There are many types of transportation there. Taxis are really cheap compared to the US so many people travel in taxi. Buses take you almost anywhere in a city and they're also really cheap.. To travel long distance there are trains, buses, …and airplanes.. Because you can get to many places on foot, many people walk to where they need to go.. Public transportation is very accesable in Argentina. (MORE)
People in Argentina are very fashion conscious. The women wear veryfeminine clothing and the men wear nice pants and dressy shoes. Allof their clothes are nice fitting
They do all the sorts of jobs that people do in any major developed country in the Americas.
Sorry! I have always thought that the categorization used in the U.S. is ridiculous! I don't believe ethnicity should be dictated only by the language you speak. And, in this particular case, unlike most areas of Latin America, most inhabitants are of European descent. As an example: there are many …U.S., German, Swiss, Italian, families who have settled in Argentina decades ago... and their descendants mother tongue has changed. Are we to consider them Hispanic? As I understand it, ethnicity is more about race, not nationality alone. (MORE)
hey, I'm argentinian and yes, we love to dance!!! in case you're interested, our national dance is called "tango". in clubs, teenagers usually dance regaetton but we also listen to a lot of international music which we dance to! hope my answer helped!!!! bye!
there were several tribes native to Argentina wich have allmost gone to extintion or has mixed with the modern habitants of western culture. this tribes were the Mapuche, kolla, toba, wichi, Guarani, Diaguita, Calchaki and the Huarpe.
In Argentina they were stuff like wide brimmed hats. Most men wear European style clothing. Women were clothes like people in America or Europe.
They do all the sorts of jobs that people do in any major developed country in the Americas.
Aeroplanes, automobiles,boats, motor cycles, buses, taxis, bicycles. All the modes of transport characteristic of modern country
I think that most of their economy is based on farming and agricultural things. (ex: pigs, cows, chicken's, etc.)
men dress in striped colorful ponchos and the women dress in derby hats and colorful dresses!!
The tourism industry is one of the biggest sectors in Argentina.Many people work in the tourism industry. Jobs in retail are alsoabundant.
If you are asking about tourism you have lots of possibilities. In Buenos Aires there's a lot of historical places, good restaurants, many cultural events. Some other good choices are Humauaca in Jujuy, the Iguazu Falls, the Train of the Clouds in Salta, Ushuaia (with wales! and penguins!), Bariloch…e just to name a few. . En Argentina podÃ©s hacer de todo solo tenes que ir. (MORE)
Yes go to the related link below for more info. . Dragon Bowling Argentina (in Spanish) . Bolito Website (in Spanish) . For Fan Bowling Club (in Spanish)
The de facto language of Argentina is Spanish. Some percentage of them may also speak English, but the most common languages are Spanish, Italian, and German.
A. The an Although Roman Catholicism is the predominant religion in Argentina, it is not the only religion in Argentina. The country is also home to other religions such as Spiritualism , Jehovah Witness, Mormonism, Shamanism and Buddhism . . Evangelical Protestantism is also gaining pace in A…rgentina but primarily within the poorer and working class areas. Veneration of Saints and the dead and stories of miracles play a key religious role for a significant number of individuals in Argentina. Take for instance a famous religious story within Argentina which happened approximately 5 km from the city of LujaÂ¡n. In 1630, it was necessary for a wagon delivering a load to pass through LujaÂ¡n to reach its destination. However, it became stuck and the driver was unable to move it. At some point, he happened to remove a terra-cotta statue of the holy Virgin Mary from the wagon and at this point it became unstuck and able to continue its journey. The driver concluded from this that the holy Virgin Mary wished to remain in LujÃÂ¡n, He consequently erected a chapel where she had chosen to stay and the area has since become a much loved chapel and place of pilgrimage. swer is that they have to live by their cutuer (MORE)
A lot of Cow meat, some scientists and a lot of Football players. Our biggest export in these past 5 to 7 years was Soy beans, and un-processed Soy which we exported a lot to China. But what you get it depends where are you from.
- Evita Peron, full name Maria Eva Duarte de Peron First lady to rich power in Argentina. - Jorge Luis Borges A well known writer; a man of literary fiction, paradoxically favorite of semiotic, mathematicians, philosophers, philologists, mythologists - Carlos Gardel A world known singer of tango, an…d milongas; composer, performer and even actor from countless songs and music. - Diego Armando Maradona In his gallery of anthological plays is the famous and controversial "hand of God", and the most spectacular goal of the century. - Che Guevara; full name Ernesto Guevara de la Serna. He was a doctor, politician, and Argentine guerrilla of great importance in the Cuban revolutionwas one of the main promoters of the internationalization of the guerrillas, leading him to participate in revolutionary processes Bolivia and Congo. - Fangio, full mane Juan Manuel Fangio; was the first man to win five World Championships of F1 having been superseded by Michael Schumacher. - Astor PantaleÃ³n Piazzolla One of the greatest artistic expressions that the Argentina already gave to the world; adding a bit of jazz and clasic to the tango. -Quino or JoaquÃn Salvador Lavado Great Argentine artist, father of Mafalda and so many other cartoons that several decades have delighted the world with humor critical, intelligent and always current (MORE)
You can't drive to Argentina. The Darien Gap in Panama isimpassible. Beyond that is Columbia which is very unsafe to drive.Kidnappings and robberies are the norm. You can drive to Panama andhave your car or motorcyle to Peru and continue your trip fromthere. It is as you can imagine expensive. Gas i…s also leaded inSouth America and your car/cycle would have to be modfied. Sodriving and for that matter walking, biking, skateboarding, etc. isout. You can take a boat to Argentina. There are a couple of options.There are cruise ships that leave the USA and other ports and makestops in Buenos Aires. Not many but there are a few. You presumablywould disembark in Argentina. There are tons of great cruisesstarting in Buenos Aires that go around the bottom of South Americaand cruise for 10-14 days to Santiago Chile. But I digress. Youcould book a room on a freighter. Many carry passengers. They arepricey and you eat with the crew but it is an adventure and youwill...eventually get there. So that leaves the obvious...fly by plane. Direct flights arecheapest from Miami. New York and DFW also have a lot of flights.National carriers (Lan, TAM, Avianca, etc. tend to be cheaper butare rarely direct. You usually have to stop in Santiago, Sao Paulo,Bogata, etc. and switch planes). It can add as much as a day toyour travels. Aerolineas (Argentine national airlines) and Americanare you best direct bets. It is possible to drive to Argentina from anywherein South America. (MORE)
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Fine, thank you. Our neutral statistics bureau, the INDEC, just said we have only 1.6% poverty. Franciela Pedroso
Argentina has a whole bunch of celebrations inculding ones from different countries like Brazil and Spain. Mimi Thornton,
White, Italian looking or blonde with blue or green eyes, slender body complexion, and generally taller than Americans
In 1776 Spain made Buenos Aires the capital of RÃo de la Plata , the region comprising present-day Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay.
People in argentina have not as good rights as americans do becuase they are a democratic government love jessi â¥
Che Guevara (Marxist leader who worked closely with the Castro brothers) and Eva PerÃ³n (Populist leader also known as Evita) have had a significant impact on Argentine history. In the Casa Rosada in the Hall of Independence, there is a picture of Che. Also, in the Cementario de la Recoleta, Eva P…erÃ³n's mausoleum is one of the main attractions. Other famous/important people from Argentina include Jorge Luis Borges (writer), Cristina FernÃ¡ndez de Kirchner (the country's president), Antonio SeguÃ (a painter), and Antonio Berni (another painter). I hope this answers your question :D (MORE)
people in Argentina do it pizza but they eat and make it their own special way
Only like freaking beasts! Check out some of their bike races. It will give you an adrenaline rush!
The most popular sport in Argentina is soccer, to Americans, or football, to pretty much the rest of the world. And also, rugby is somewhat popular. But over course, there are many other sports that are played, just like every in other country.
An estimated 90% of Argentina population are European descendent, 7% mestizo, and 3% are Arab or Asian heritage. According to CIA World Factbook: white (mostly Spanish and Italian) 97% mestizo (mixed white and Amerindian ancestry), Amerindian, or other non-white groups 3%
\n\n Argentinian people adapt to their environments and vegetation. For example people who live in dessert like\nplaces adapt by wear thin or airy clothing. \n The find reliable food and water sources, and become accustomed to the plants\nand animals that are edible and not dangerous. \n Peo…ple that live in other places have done that same, but have adapted\nto their lifestyle. . \n\n (MORE)
Most Argentinians eat four meals each day. The diet may differ in different regions. Desayuno (breakfast) is a light meal of rolls and jam with coffee. For almuerzo (lunch), many Argentinians eat meat and vegetables or salads. After work but before dinner, people go to confiterÃas (cafÃ©s) to d…rink espresso and eat picadas, small dishes of cheese, mussels, salami, anchovies, olives and peanuts. Cena (dinner) in the evening is the largest meal of the day and almost always includes beef. I'm glad if this helped :D (MORE)
The Argentines do not eat arepas, but they prepare something similar called a "chipa." See the related link for further information.
Although Argentinians played many sports, their main sport was football, or soccer(US). This is mainly because of legends such as Diego Maradona or Lionel Messi, spreading popularity of the sport all over the world. Hope this answered your question.
they are allerigic to american food because they have ate so muchmexican and italin food they cant take the posion thats in it