Argentina has many peculiarities that have traveled the world by word of mouth with the people who have visited the country. The outgoing personality of its people, who are friendly, fun and effusive; the typical cuisine which includes asado, mate, region
Found in 1967 at Vega de San Juan mine in Colombia, the Gachala Emerald is an uncut 5-cm emerald crystal weighing 858 carats. Now in the United States, it was donated to the Smithsonian Institution by the New York jeweler, Harry Winston
Ischigualasto Provincial Park is a historical site. Some of the most ancient dinosaurs had survived there. It is the place for people with interest in ancient mammals. The fossils of the Rhynchosaurs and cynodonts are found in the valley of the moon. The place is great for exploring and learning more about ancient beasts dating back around 230 million years ago. It can only be visited by vehicle; it is a desert valley amid two ranges of high mountains.
Iglesia de San Juan de la Cruz, who was the heir of the Reconquista, was founded in the 14th century and still stands today for the public to view and admire!
The first Europeans to stumble upon the tiny island were the Dutch, under the command of Admiral Jacob Roggeveen. Roggeveen made landfall on Rapa Nui on Easter Day of 1722, thus providing Easter Island with its modern name. Easter Island remained only sli