What is the religion of Argentina?
Historically, the Catholic religion played a very important part in politics and law. Before changes were made to the Constitution in 1994, the two top leaders of Argentina had to be Roman Catholic. Today, although officially 90% of Argentinians are Roman Catholic, fewer than 20% attend church regularly. Most go for weddings, funerals and major feast days.
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The main religion in Argentina is Christianity at almost 93 percent of the population, although Catholicism comprises the overwhelming majority of that group. Islam, closely followed by Judaism, is next, although significantly further behind at between 1 and 2 percent. . Source: Operation World … More than 90 percent of Argentines are Roman Catholics, and the constitution still requires that the president be a Roman Catholic. There are also significant Protestant and Jewish minorities and a small Muslim community. Religious freedom is guaranteed to all. (MORE)
A majority of the population of Argentina is supposedly Roman Catholic. About 2% are Protestant, and another 2% are Jewish. 1.5% are Muslim. About 76% are Roman Catholic. 11% are nonreligious. Of the self-proclaimed Catholics (90% of the population) about 20% attend services regularly…. (MORE)
The Argentina's Constitution says that the oficial religion is "CATHOLIC APOSTOLIC ROMAN" (in short catholic), but all others are wellcomes too.
Are you asking if there is a breed from argentina? If so then there is the Dogo Argentino bred for pack hunting as well as a guardian of the home.
The government of Argentine is very similar to that of the UnitedStates. The president is the commander-in-chief with the ability toveto bills passed by Congress. Argentina is a democracy withuniversal suffrage.
Roman Catholic (75.6%) . Atheist and Agnostic (11.3%) . Evangelical Protestants (9%) . Jehovah's Witnesses (1.2%) . LDS Church (Mormon) (0.9%) . others including Isla, Judaism, and Buddhism together total1.2%
There is no one person who named Argentina. In the early 1800's (before Argentina became an independent nation) the people of Buenos Aires were called "argentinos" which means people from silver. This is because there is a very large river in Buenos Aires called the Rio de la Plata, "the river of si…lver." Therefore the people were called "argentinos" because in Latin the word for silver is "argentium." (MORE)
The popular tourist attractions in Argentina is the Iguazu Falls,Fitz Roy, Los Glaciares Nathional Park and the Andes Mountains.Argentina is located in South America.
Approximately 92% of the people in Argentina are Roman Catholic,But only about twenty percent go to church regularly.
2003: $9,000,000,000 - rank: 61 percent change : _____? Date of info: 2002 2004: $13,270,000,000 - rank: 52 percent change: 47.44% date of info: 2003 est. 2005: $22,060,000,000 - rank: 49 percent change: 66.24% date of info: 2004 est. 2006: $28,800,000,000 rank: 49 percent change: 30.55% date on… info: 2005 est. 2007: $31,690,000,000 rank: 49 percent change: 10.03% date on info: 2006 est. 2008: $42,530,000,000 rank: 50 percent change: 34.21% date on info: 2007 est. 2009: $54,550,000,000 rank: 49 percent change: 28.26% date on info: 2008 est. (MORE)
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)
Argentina produces over 790,800 barrels of oil per day which makes them the 2nd largest producer and exporter of crude oil.
well to be honest i have never been to Argentina so do not know the answer! sorry ill try to find it out though okay i promise
Juan and Eva Peron, former leaders of Argentina. That was in the 50's! Cristina Fernandez de Kirshner is the actual president.
Argentina is a country of many mountains, including Aconcagua, thehighest mountain in the western and southern hemispheres. OtherArgentine mountains include Nevado El Plomo, Nevado Tres Cruces,Monte Pissis, and Cerro El Toro.
There are a lot of important museums at Argentina, in particular in Buenos Aires the Capital city. there are museums of art, cloths, war, machinery, etc.
Christian: 92% Jewish: 2% Other: 6% Please bear in mind my statistics were from 5 years ago, but I doubt the balance of religions will have changed much since.
The main religions in Argentina are: . Roman Catholic (75.6%) . Atheist and Agnostic (11.3%) . Evangelical Protestants (9%) . Jehovah's Witnesses (1.2%) with others at less than 1% of the population
Catholicism is the predominant religion in most of South America, and Argentina is no exception.
The religions that existed in South America prior to the mass conversion to Christianity are extinct. Argentina is a Catholic country.
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)
The most common religion (and the religion recognized in the Constitution of the Republic of Argentina) is Roman Catholicism, and about three-quarters of the Argentine people are at least nominally Catholic The government subsidizes the Catholic church with payments of about four million dollars a y…ear, representing salaries for bishops, pensions for some retired priests, and subsidies for some private schools, which are more or less Catholic. Catholics are 76.5% of the population, 11.3% are "religiously indifferent", 9% are Protestant (with 7.0% Pentecostal), 1.2% Jehovah's Witnesses, and 0.9% Latter-Day Saints. Jews and Muslims each comprise less than 1 % of the population, but Buenos Aires has the largest Jewish population in Latin America. There are also numerous small syncretic "Andean"/indigenous/Christian/somewhat animistic religions found throughout the country. (MORE)
Given the fact that Spanish is the official of Argentina, the answer would be, "Hola...como estas?", which is the informal conjugation. This holds true if you are addressing a single person with the same social status and same relative age as your self. Otherwise, when addressing a group of people, …as in "them", it would be "Hola...como estan?" Or, if addressing someone with a higher status than yourself or an elder, use "Hola...como esta?", which is the formal conjugation to show the necessary respect. (MORE)
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)
Nope. They are both countries in South America. They are neighbors but not the same country.
Good cow meat, the beautiful women, good football players and the best "amateur" rugby team in the last world cup.
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.
Argentina declared it's independence from Spain in 1816, so there is over 200 years now. Many people think Independence day was in 1810, because in that year it was established the first patriot government, but it wasn't until July 1816 that Argentina declared the intependence fron Spain. By the w…ay, the name "Argentina" was first used in 1818. Until then the country was known as "Provincias Unidas del Rio de la Plata". (MORE)
ArgentinaÂ´s not a continent! Argentina is a country in South America, and it is right next to Brazil, but youÂ´re such an idiot that you didnÂ´t notice! I am from Argentina, and it really offends me that you donÂ´t know what Argentina is! P.S. We hate it when USA people say that they a…re "Americans". I am American too, and that doesnÂ´t mean IÂ´m from USA! (MORE)
The greeting between all people, whether new acquaintances or old friends is the "beso" or a kiss on the cheek. (Generally the right)
The Spanish came to enslave the native population. Other immigrantswere Italian, German and has Arabs, Eastern Europeans, Russians aswell as Latin America's largest Jewish population and largestpopulation of Irish descendants.
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)
In order of number of caps for the Argentine national squad: Javier Mascherano (captain), Maxi RodrÃguez, Fernando Gago, JonÃ¡s GutiÃ©rrez, Ãngel di MarÃa, Mario Bolatti, Javier Pastore, JesÃºs DÃ¡tolo, Ãver Banega
Fine, thank you. Our neutral statistics bureau, the INDEC, just said we have only 1.6% poverty. Franciela Pedroso
Yes, especially in Northern Argentina by Iguazu Falls. I was just there this past summer and they were there!!
Argentum means silver in latin. During spanish colonialism, XVI century, it was believed there was a huge amount of this metal in it.
Three things I would recomend: Media Lunes-ham, cheese, cresent rolls etc. Milanesa-steakems, bread crumbs etc. Empanadas-meat, veggies, or any thing you want in it I was just recently in Argentina, I would eat all of these everyday if I could. I don't know the recipies off the top of my head, but I…'m know that they are on google. Deffinitely try them if you can!! (MORE)
Exactly the same as you, however with far more availability of public transportation services. Franciela Pedroso
The industries in Argentina are food processing, motor vehicles, consumer durables, textiles, chemicals, petrochemicals, printing, metallurgy, and steel.
pesos. They still write their money with a $ sign. Just say it says $20 (pesos) it is actually $5 in American money!
In Argentina, mealtimes are quite different than in North America. Lunch is typically served between 1 and 2 pm. Merienda is usually around 5 or 6 pm and consists of coffee, tea, or yerba mate and a small snack. Dinner is served quite a bit later, between 9 and 11 pm.
No. Ireland and Argentina are two separated countries, thousands of miles away from each other. Ireland is in Europe and Argentina is in South America. No. Ireland and Argentina are two separated countries, thousands of miles away from each other. Ireland is in Europe and Argentina is in South Amer…ica. No. Ireland and Argentina are two separated countries, thousands of miles away from each other. Ireland is in Europe and Argentina is in South America. No. Ireland and Argentina are two separated countries, thousands of miles away from each other. Ireland is in Europe and Argentina is in South America. No. Ireland and Argentina are two separated countries, thousands of miles away from each other. Ireland is in Europe and Argentina is in South America. No. Ireland and Argentina are two separated countries, thousands of miles away from each other. Ireland is in Europe and Argentina is in South America. No. Ireland and Argentina are two separated countries, thousands of miles away from each other. Ireland is in Europe and Argentina is in South America. No. Ireland and Argentina are two separated countries, thousands of miles away from each other. Ireland is in Europe and Argentina is in South America. No. Ireland and Argentina are two separated countries, thousands of miles away from each other. Ireland is in Europe and Argentina is in South America. No. Ireland and Argentina are two separated countries, thousands of miles away from each other. Ireland is in Europe and Argentina is in South America. No. Ireland and Argentina are two separated countries, thousands of miles away from each other. Ireland is in Europe and Argentina is in South America. (MORE)
Argentina is a rich and large country. It doesn't need to worry about what to do for living.
Yes, they do, but they are extremely rare. However then they do occur, they are extremely violent, much more violent than the average tornado. Take a look at the related links below*. * You may need to log in or register
Argentina has trains that allow people to travel more easilyavoiding traffic and saving a lot of money.
As in many things legal, it depends. What country is seeking to extradite you from Argentina? Does Argentina have an extradition Treaty with that country? What illegal act are you accused of in that country? Is that act also illegal in Argentina?
The possessive form for the proper noun Argentina is Argentina's . example: Argentina's official language is Spanish.
The population is estimated to be around 41,660,000 as of 2013. The 2010 census recorded 40,117,086 (#32 in the world).
Argentines are 92.1% Christian, 3.1% agnostic, 1.9% Muslim, 1.3%Jewish, 0.9% atheist, and 0.9% Buddhist and other. ArgentineChristians are mostly Roman Catholic.
A school in Argentina is the same thing as a school in any othercountry, it is a place where children are educated.