Argentinean weddings are known for their vibrancy, the joy and the merriment that it very often accompanied by.
Every wedding ceremony in South America is unique, but the Argentinean one is definitely an intriguing and interesting event.
The Argentine army named an infantry regiment based in the northern region of Salta as "Generala Juana Azurduy." In June 2014, President Fernández de Kirchner unveiled the new Argentine 10-peso note with the image of Azurduy.
Argentina in the early nineteenth century had few cities, but the port of Buenos Aires grew from a backwater of the Spanish empire into a major port in the late eighteenth century.
Argentina's culture has been strongly influenced by its mostly European immigrant population, although it most certainly emerges from its Latin roots with a strong South American flair.
This combination of Latin-American passion with European cosmopolitan lifestyles makes Argentina a very attractive option for students looking to study abroad.
In the early nineteenth century, the Spanish crown ruled the region now encompassed by the modern countries of Argentina, Uruguay, and Paraguay, via the viceroyalty of Rio de la Plata, with the capital in Buenos Aires.There are unspoken rules about dating in every society, it’s just that gringos and gringas are ill-equipped to deal with the Argentinian ones.Don’t be surprised if you are invited back to the folks on date two for an asado – yep, things move quickly here.You will be pleasantly surprised to sample some of the tastiest pizza and pasta in cities like Rosario, due to its strong Italian influence.Unfortunately the influence of European culture and colonialism has contributed to the erosion of indigenous ways of life. You will find families gathering in parks or at the riverside to have Parillas (barbeques).among the best known are Cris Morena, owner of the television production company by the same name, María Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat, former CEO and majority stakeholder of Loma Negra, the nation's largest cement manufacturer, and Ernestina Herrera de Noble, director of Grupo Clarín, the premier media group in Argentina.