Wonderful Argentina

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The culture of Argentina reflects deeply upon the geography. Like all countries, Argentina’s culture is widely influenced by her immigrants. The immigrants consist vastly of European with Amerindian and African persuasion in their music and art. The capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires, is a cultural melting pot filled with exotic traditions that are plainly evident throughout today’s Argentinean society. Argentineans are a mix between native Latin Americans and European immigrant. The European culture that has integrated into the Latin American traditions has left Argentinean residents with more of a European persuasion. Like most countries south of the equator, and Mexico, Argentina is extreamly family oriented. Old traditions are still embedded into Argentina today, such as; having heads of the household, families eating together, and tight knit relationships with members in the family. Honor drives the people of Argentina; it guides their way of living as well as their everyday actions. The culture as well as the people of this quaint country are somewhat romanticized around the world. Argentina has also produced many works of art, such as movies. The argentine cinema has been vigorous since 1896 and has fashioned 2,500 full-length titles. Some very popular cinema includes: 9 Queens, and The Official Story. The city of Mar Del Plata even has its own celebration committed to the art of cinema. The melodies of Argentina have been viewed around the globe as one of the most tantalizing, romantic, extravagant, popular display of emotion. The Tango, originating from Argentina, is widely popular around the world. Some see the Tango to be just a dance; however, the people of Argentina see it as a genre of music as well. The Tan... ... middle of paper ... ... of Juan D. Peron, president of Argentina. Although never holding a government position, Evita acted as the minister of health and labor, making the lives of many citizens better. Instituting a nation wide charitable organization, and presenting magnanimous wage enlargements to unions, Evita established a generous amount of support for her husband. With its myriad of rivers and surplus of wildlife, Argentina remains one of the world’s culturally rich and magical locations. Whether you’re swimming in the Dulce River, or hiking in the Andes, there’s all going to be an adventure waiting around every corner. “I had watched for many years and seen how a few rich families held much of Argentina's wealth and power in their hands. So Peron and the government brought in an eight hour working day, sickness pay and fair wages to give poor workers a fair go.” – Evita Peron.

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  • Analyzes how argentina's culture reflects deeply upon its geography. the capital, buenos aires, is a cultural melting pot filled with exotic traditions.
  • Explains that argentineans are a mix between native latin americans and european immigrant cultures. the country is family-oriented and honor drives its way of life.
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