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Argentina 1.______ _____________country in the world 2."The Land of the Six Continents" 3.The capital, ____________ neighborhoods such as 4. Wave of _____________ immigration in the early -----. a. c. bd. 5.population s in Greater Buenos Aires __________ 6.European feel. 7.Traditional dance and music _________ 8.people that live in Buenos Aires are call __________ 9.“cowboys” _________ 10.highway from Loredo to Buenos Aires ______________ 11.Grill ____________ 12.green tea ____________ 13.Las montañas _______________
La Boca El Caminito This is an open air street-museum that recreates the typical conventillos (housing projects) of the early La Boca neighborhood. Every weekend, tango shows are offered by professional tango dancers and singers.
Jorge Luis Borges 1900- author Jorge Luis Borges (1899-1986) wrote short stories that blend fantasy, myths and symbols. His books include Ficciones (Fictions) andOtras inquisiciones (Other Inquisitions). Carlos Gardel 1920- singer Carlos Gardel arrived in Buenos Aires at 2.Buenos Aires 1920 he began to specialise in tango singing, extraordinary fame. Known as El Zorzal Criollo, the songbird of Buenos Aires,Buenos Aires legendary figure in Argentina.Argentina The charismatic French-born singer's career coincided with the development of that intrinsically Argentine cultural icon,Argentine cultural the tango (the vulgar music and dance of Buenos Aires' tenements).tango Gardel made the music his own by inventing the tango-song, and was an instant popular hit in Latin American countries. The elite overcame their aversion to the tango's humble origins and open sensuality widely accepted in New York and Paris.