Argentina . República Argentina . Population: 40,412,376 . Argentina gained its independence from Spain in the early 1800s and became a republic in 1853. The flag of Argentina. The country’s motto is "En unión y libertad“ which translate to English as "In Unity and Freedom.” .
The country’s motto is "En unión y libertad“ which translate to English as "In Unity and Freedom.”
It borders the Republic of Chile, the Republic of Bolivia, the Republic of Paraguay, the Federal Republic of Brazil, the Oriental Republic of Uruguay, and the Atlantic Ocean.
It is the second largest country in South America after Brazil.
The majority of Argentina’s population profess Christianity.
It is brewed in a gourd and drank with a silver straw.
It consists of a hot cup of milk with a chocolate bar served on the side.
An alfajor is a sandwich cookie filled with dulce de leche or jam. The cookies are often covered with powered sugar, chocolate, coconut, or meringue.
One-third of Argentina’s population live in Buenos Aires.
Population: 12.988 million
European Architecture on Ave 5 de mayo
AskMen.com says “the rivalry between these two teams make the Red Sox and Yankees relationship look loving”.
It was declared a National Monument on August 11, 1975.
Covers over 260,000 square miles over Argentina and Chile.
Found in Patagonia, the Magellanic penguin was named after Ferdinand Magellan, who documented seeing the species in 1519 on his first voyage around the tip of South America.
Argentina’s Perito Moreno Glacier, which contains the world’s third largest reserve of fresh water, is one of just two glaciers in all of South America that is growing. This phenomena baffles scientists, as most of the world’s glaciers are shrinking because of climate change.
About 150,000 acres of vineyards.