Category: Argentina

Buenos Aires has a thriving nightlife with chock-full restaurants at midnight and bounteous possibilities for 24-hours partying. If you head to the neighborhood Palermo you will find crowded nightclubs, or boliches, as the Argentine call them. The custom is to meet your friends at a pre party, la previa, around 9 or 10. Then, when

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Argentine football is a theater of fanatical supporters cheering their players nonstop with emotion and songs, drums and smoke machines at the tribune. The so-called los hinchas or the supporters, also assault them swearing and saying that they play like they were dead and even worse things, but worshiping is far more normal. In the

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In Buenos Aires’ oldest neighborhood, Monserrat, with building mostly being more than a hundred years old, you do not only find the utterly important public edifices as the Casa Rosada seating the Argentine government and president, the Libertador Building housing the Ministry of Defense, and the famous avenue Avenida de Mayo connecting the Plaza the

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Latin America is the most unequal region in the world. It has the biggest gap between the many poor and few rich. Argentina is no country of exception, though it’s economy was long considered to have one of the lowest relative inequality in Latin America. As a matter of fact, the inequality has deteriorated over

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1.The beautiful Recoleta neighborhood According to Lonely Planet, the huge city of Buenos Aires “combines faded European grandeur with Latin passion”. It has European-style architecture, modern high-rises and downtrodden shantytowns. This picture shows Recoleta, the place to eye-ball the city’s upper classes, the “Rolls Royce of Buenos Aires”.   2. Reserva Ecológica Costanera Sur Located

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We might say that … in heaven there awaits us… the Platonic idea of the tango, its universal form. – Jorge Luis Borges For more than 20 years, street dance tango dancers have gathered at the very heart of San Telmo, at the Plaza Dorrego. In fact, the Sunday “Milonga of the Indian” at the

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«Sustainable Development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own need.» (The Brundtland Commission´s report «Our Common Future» from 1987)   More than half a decade ago, at the beginning of the 1950s, the tool Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) had its marks. Howard

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Río de la Plata, meaning “River of Silver” in Spanish, looks nothing like a river. Actually, it is the widest river in the world with a maximum width of 220 kilometers. By some geographers, it is even considered to be a marginal sea of the Atlantic Ocean. When looking at it from its southern shore,

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