1.- A traditional tour of the city of Buenos Aires and Caminito Street Museum Quinquela Martin.
The October 18, 1959 with the presence of Buenos Aires mayor Hernán Giralt, and other senior officials was officially opened Caminito Street, between the sound of the bombs and the wailing sirens of the boats. The noise of the Boca family was complete and the musician ovation. Since then the Caminito of La Boca became a meeting place for Argentines and foreigners included in the tourist
2.- Yabotí Biosphere Reserve, missionary natural heritage.
The Biosphere Reserve Yabotí ("turtle" in Guarani) is located in the departments of San Pedro and Guaraní, the municipalities of San Pedro and the Magnificent (the center area of the province of Misiones, comprising Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina). There are clearly influenced by the towns of San Pedro, with 18,069 inhabitants, The Proud, with 15,109 hab., And San Vicente, with 27,693
3.- Recovery Center and Breeding Bird Endangered Guira Oga, in the heart of the missionary forest.
Guira Oga was built in the jungle using the spaces opened by the fall of large trees by the wind, storms and heavy rains, meaning that the construction was not removing a single
tree, demonstrating that the man, when He proposes, can live in harmony and balance without modifying or destroying the ecosystem in which it occurs. In 1994, the Ornithological Association of the Silver (Aves
4.- The "Cañadón de Profundidad" Provincial Park and the captivating atmosphere of the jungles of Urunday.
The "Cañadón de Profundidad", located about 30 kilometers from the capital of the province of Misiones, the city of Posadas, Provincial Park was created in order to have an area for education and recreation, in the vicinity of the former city, and therefore only represents a small sample of beautiful and captivating environment Urunday jungles, although it has a total area of 19 hectares.
5.- The Yacuy Provincial Park is a protected natural area in the province of Misiones.
The Yacuy Provincial Park is a protected area of the province of Misiones Argentina natural area. It is located in the General Manuel Belgrano Department and has an area of 347 hectares. It is an annex of the Iguazu National Park
and its purpose is to protect
the ecosystem of the river basin Yacuy. It was created in 1991 by Act No. 2876. Location: General Manuel Belgrano department,
6.- The 10 Most Popular Posts on Argentina Photo Gallery in July 2015.
1.- The Chaco National Park is a national park of Argentina, located in the province of Chaco. The Chaco National Park is a national park of Argentina, located in the province of Chaco. It has an area of 150 km². It was created in 1954 in order to protect a sample of the Eastern Chaco, composed mainly of warm lowlands, with an annual summer rainfall between 750 and 1,300 mm. This park is a
7.- Science and technology in Argentina.
The history of science in Argentina describes the fate of researchers and scientific institutions of the country, often exposed to the elements of its economy
and its politics, but able, nevertheless, to produce enduring works and useful to know and technology. The times of the governments of Bernardino Rivadavia and Domingo Faustino Sarmiento , or the generation of 1880 , or the luminous years
8.- The Chaco National Park is a national park of Argentina, located in the province of Chaco.
The Chaco National Park is a national park of Argentina, located in the province of Chaco. It has an area of 150 km². It was created in 1954 in order to protect a sample of the Eastern Chaco, composed mainly of warm lowlands, with an annual summer rainfall between 750 and 1,300 mm. This park is a protected area for the quebracho trees. Forests of quebracho colorado chaqueño (Schinopsis
9.- Summer holiday destination for millions of Argentines, the Atlantic coast has some excellent beach resorts.
Summer holiday destination for millions of Argentines, the Atlantic coast has some excellent beach resorts, while inland in the sierra there is fine countryside to explore. Atlantic coastline. Like most people, Argentines like to see the sea and will endure congested roads and standing-room-only beaches to do so. No sooner is the New Year’s celebration
over than large swathes of the Buenos
10.- Jaramillo Petrified Forest.
The logs and pine nuts found correspond to a monkey-puzzle tree species with similar features to those upholstering the mountains of Neuquén and they are the object of constant scientific research. At Puerto Deseado, it is possible to get away from the coast towards the mountain range area and set foot on the most important fossil site in Argentina: Jaramillo Petrified Forest. Several stops can