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Best restaurants in BA 1

From a classic grill to a Korean-Argentine canteen, where to eat in the city, according to the prestigious gastronomic magazine "Eater". As the Gastronomic Capital of Ibero-America 2017, Buenos Aires has an inexhaustible cuisine proposal to taste the best recipes. The city of Buenos Aires has one of the tastiest cuisines internationally and has received [...]

By |2020-03-13T10:00:56-03:00March 16th, 2020|Buenos Aires NOW, Em Argentina|0 Comments

Corrientes Av. Theatres

Corrientes Street is one of the iconic avenues of Argentina, which transforms every night into the meeting point. Known as "The street that never sleeps", the theaters make the traditional street an obligatory meeting point of Buenos Aires cultural life. Know them: Apollo (Corrientes 1372) Billboard Astral (Corrientes 1639) Billboard Astros (Currents 746) Billboard Broadway [...]

Dar, haber, hacer y tener

Dar, haber, hacer, and tener in expressions with a special meaning These verbs appear frequently in idiomatic expressions. Many are formed with a conjugated verb + an infinitive, called formas perifrásticas or perífrasis verbales in Spanish. Learn them as lexical (vocabulary) items. Note the use of the present tense in the examples with dar, haber, [...]

Pilagá

Pilagá, Pit´laxá, Pitelaga, Qom. Is one of the Argentine indigenous groups. Language: Pitelaga laqtak of the Guaykuru family. Habitat: Traditionally the Pilagá territory was in the central area of ​​what is now the Argentine province of Formosa, about 20,000 square kilometers on the right bank of the Pilcomayo River. For the erection of the villages, [...]

Los Mocovíes

The Mocovíes (in Mocoví: Moqoit) are an indigenous people in Argentina detached from all the Guaicurú. Its language is part of the Mataco-Guaicurú linguistic family and endures in some of the areas that inhabit the provinces of Formosa, Santa Fe and del Chaco. Before the arrival of the Spanish colonizers, they lived primarily on hunting [...]

By |2020-03-06T13:26:30-03:00March 9th, 2020|Em Argentina, Meet Argentina|0 Comments

Women’s day activities

Women's Day at the Usina theatre. On Sunday March 8th there will be a special program with free activities starring women: live shows, workshops, cooking classes, talks, shows, visual samples, an entrepreneurial fair and a large gastronomic patio. It will pay tribute to all women on March 8th, when International Women's Day is celebrated. The [...]

Fundación Proa

An Italian recycled mansion from the late 19th century was the starting point for a contemporary art center. The building dialogues with the neighborhood through its transparent facades providing an unprecedented landscape of the city of Buenos Aires. At Proa Foundation they respect and aim to take care of the environment, both in their facilities [...]

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