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Los 10 artículos de Argentina Photo Gallery más visitados durante el mes de Diciembre de 2013.

1.- Progressive disappearance of missionary fauna.

Progressive disappearance of missionary fauna.

The fauna of the province of Misiones, notable for its wonderful variety, was highly assaulted: one by the irrational and uncontrolled hunting of species with economic value (for their fur or leather), on the other removing the forest as natural...

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2.- Andresito Provincial Park great exponent of the missionary nature.

Andresito Provincial Park great exponent of the missionary nature.

Among extensive plantations of yerba mate blend with the forest vegetation, Andresito is a quiet town in the Province of Misiones which is located 60 miles from Niagara Falls, in the Department of General Belgrano. Combining natural landscapes with...

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3.- International Exhibition Fair of Buenos Aires, The Book - From Author to Reader.

International Exhibition Fair of Buenos Aires, The Book - From Author to Reader.

The International Fair Exhibition of Buenos Aires, The Book - From Author to Reader's creation and entrepreneurship of the Book Foundation, a nonprofit based in Hipólito Yrigoyen 1628, 5th Floor, (C1089AAF) Buenos Aires. The Foundation is made up...

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4.- The 10 Most Popular Posts on Argentina Photo Gallery in November 2013.

The 10 Most Popular Posts on Argentina Photo Gallery in November 2013.

1.- Teyú Cuaré Provincial Park (Misiones), inspirational writer Horacio Quiroga. Teyú Cuaré Provincial Park (in Guarani: Teju lizard kuaré, cave, ie: Cave lizard) is a protected area of Argentina province of Misiones. It covers a coastal area on...

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5.- Teyú Cuaré Provincial Park (Misiones), inspirational writer Horacio Quiroga.

Teyú Cuaré Provincial Park (Misiones), inspirational writer Horacio Quiroga.

Teyú Cuaré Provincial Park (in Guarani: Teju lizard kuaré, cave, ie: Cave lizard) is a protected area of Argentina province of Misiones. It covers a coastal area on the Paraná River located in the department of San Ignacio. It has an area of ​​78...

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6.- The 10 Most Popular Posts on Argentina Photo Gallery in October 2013.

The 10 Most Popular Posts on Argentina Photo Gallery in October 2013.

1.- Cape Two Bays is considered the most beautiful in the coastal protected areas system. Cape Two Bays is considered the most beautiful in the coastal protected area system by contrasting their brownstones landscape and the blue sea. It has an...

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7.- Neuquén is known for the sport hunting of deer and wild boar.

Neuquén is known for the sport hunting of deer and wild boar.

Neuquén is known for the sport hunting of deer and wild boar. This activity is generally practised in ranches near the towns of Junín de los Andes, San Martín de los Andes, Aluminé, and Zapala. There are big game hunting sites in the area of Lanín...

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8.- Indigenous Peoples: the Toba are considered one of the most important ethnic group called guaycurú.

Indigenous Peoples: the Toba are considered one of the most important ethnic group called guaycurú.

The Toba ethnicity in their language called himself ntokóit, then began using the autoetnónimo q'om or Qom (man) and more infrequently by the use of their own language: qom'lek or qom'lik. As usually happens with the spellings of Indian names are...

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9.- Discover Jujuy: the weather.

Discover Jujuy: the weather.

There are 3 main areas in Jujuy; the Altiplano, a 3,500 meters high plateau with peaks of 5,000 meters, covers most of the province. The Río Grande of Jujuy cuts through the Quebrada de Humahuaca canyon, of heights between 1,000 and 3,500 meters....

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10.- Discover Jujuy: Regional Food.

Discover Jujuy: Regional Food.

Our deeply root dishes and meals are an essential part of the culture and tradition of the Province, recipes have been transmitted from generation to generation. You can taste flavors that combine corn, ancestral diet of the Incas, with different...

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