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FC: Argentina | By Gora Lopez

1: By Gora Lopez | Argentina

2: Buenos Aires Buenos Aires

3: Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina. His wide avenues, his covered streets of trees, his enviroment and his cultural identity.With his magnificent architecture captivate the viajerons.

5: The Cataracts of the Iguazu are located in Missions, one of the most beautiful provinces of Argentina. This place offers a combination of nature, history and culture that they turn her into an unavoidable offer for every tourist.

6: The city of San Carlos the Bariloche is one of the most beautiful and landscape cities of the province of Rio Negro, as well as one of the tourist centers of major importance in Argentina. It offers a wide diversity of offer in servicesm and is much more than the perfect destination for the trip of gone away.

8: Humahuaca`s Gully is known in the world by his colouring landscape and his charming hamlets by colonial churches and his past Incaico.

11: The Skillful Brown Glacier is the most important of the numerous ones that we can find in the national Park The Glacier in the Southwest of the province of Santa Cruz.

12: Ushuaia is an Argentine city, the capital of the province of Tierra Del Fuego, Antartica and ISlands of the south Atlantic. She is known as " The city of the End of the World", for being the most austral city of the planet. From this concept was that there was created in her the Museum of the end of the world.

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  • Title: Argentina
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