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TRAVEL IN ARGENTINA, WHERE YOU CAN FIND THE MOST DREAMED LANDSCAPES

Walking through Buenos Aires, where echoes of a thousand radars pass through our bodies You are welcome in Argentina https://www.argentina.travel/#!/global/home?lang=en. Here you can ride with gauchos or see giant guinea pigs, drink world-beating wine, visit a deserted town or enter one of the world’s most beautiful bookshops. His culture (a mix of Spanish, Italian and indigenous heritage), inspires travelers from …

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PERSONIFY NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC EXPERIENCES – Horacio Coppola: A tireless observer of the world

When the photographs are careful constructions and transfigurations of everyday life Most of its restaurants are located in the Palermo district. Meat is the main food (prepared on the grill and grilled), it is the queen of the Argentine tables and restaurants of Buenos Aires. Asado con Achuras is a dish based on grilled beef. For its preparation, a tasty …

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THE FACE OF A PERFUME – Sofia Achaval de Montaigu: A perfect mix, between French and Argentine

Acheval Pampa,  revolutioning Paris fashion Good shoes to walk along the many paths, using light clothes to visit the north of the country. Mountain material to tackle the Andean peaks and warm clothes to visit the south and Patagonia. Everything depends on the areas you need to visit, as well as the time of year. Argentina is so large that …

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STEPS UNDER WATER – Novel by Alicia Kozameh

Corporeality of memory, resistance and survival Like other countries in South America, Argentina was under a dictatorship. Following the dictatorship footsteps, you  will meet people and places, such as symbols of the mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, or the ESMA, a former training school for mechanics in the armed forces northern Buenos Aires, where disappeared were held. Parque de …

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REFINED SONGWRITER WHO HANDLED THE SOUNDS – Gustavo Cerati: From legendary Soda Stereo, to a solo career

Growing up in an art rock mirror, in Buenos Aires Perhaps you too will want to discover some areas to listen to music in Buenos Aires. Here there are places to try the live music experience, spaces that offer shows with artists and bands. Around Piazza Almagro, you will find groups of percussions that are a classic among the bands …

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IN EMBRACE OF PAINTING AND ARCHITECTURE – Prilidiano Pueyrredón: Between privileged lounges and the life of the gauchos

Costumbrist sensibility and preference for everyday themes San Isidro, https://www.lonelyplanet.com/argentina/san-isidro a favorite place of the old Argentinian bourgeoisie, is a quiet city in the suburbs of Buenos Aires. Every weekend on Piazza Miter (in front of the cathedral), you too can participate in its craft fair. Walking, you will discover small shops and chic cafés, up to Villa Ocampo, the …

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TRAVEL IN CHILE, A WAY OF LIVING WITH INTENSITY – Five creatives who dared to fly

Where freedom is a state of grace Among welcoming and amiable people, a Chilean trip offers you the chance to live unique experiences. From the plateau to the unexplored southern territories, Chile http://globalexplorer.co.uk/destinations/chile.php invites you to the world’s most arid desert or to the humid temperate forest. It extends its territory in Polynesia and Antarctica, a characteristic that makes it …

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LIGHT AND SHADE OF CHILE IN PHOTOGRAPHY – Paz Errázuriz: The memory of Chile, through images

The woman who defied a regime Traditional streets for used books in Santiago de Chile?  Move to San Diego, around crossing with Santa Isabel, where you can find interesting books. If you prefer, there are places which combine a café and a bookstore, such as Café Literario Bustamante https://twitter.com/biblioprovi/status/791725508195151872, in the Bustamante park (Providencia), or Café Literario Mosqueto at Mosqueto …

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ECCENTRIC DESIGNER, WITH A HINT OF SPANISH FLAR – Lupe Gajardo: emerging fashion designer from Santiago, Chile

Traditional influences and avant garde style There is an important day for the Chileans; it arrived on September 18, el Dieciocho, a day of great popular festivals during which independence from Spain is celebrated. On this occasion, if you are traveling in Chile, you will see people wearing traditional costumes, while dance the cueca and gather to drink and eat, …

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150 CENTIMETERS OF INFINITE COURAGE – Violeta Parra: One of the founders of the politically inflected Nueva Canción

Unique, incomparable, unattainable Dressed in simplicity, with long hair on the face marked by smallpox, she sang the difference between true and false. Her father was a music teacher and her mother was a tailor. 4 October, her birthdate, was chosen “Chilean Musicians’ Day”. Acknowledged as “the Mother of Latin American folk”, renewaded Chilean folk music. Violeta Parra https://www.violetaparra100.cl/biografia/, born …

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