By: Bella Patricio
Location, Major Cities, with Historical Sites and Landmarks
Location and Major Cities: Buenos Aires, Bariloche, Mendoza, Cordda, Salta, and Iguacu.
Historical Sites and Landmarks: Casa Rosada - is a presidential palace. La Recoleta Cemetery - is a cemetery for the deceased and wealthy Argentineans. Catedral Metroplitana - is a eighteenth century building for Catholicism. Nuestra Senora de Loreto - was a mission. Plaza de Mayo - is a famous square.
Iguazu Falls - is a river border for Argentina and Uruguay. Seperating the upper and lower levels of Iguazu.
Parque Tres de Febrero - is a popular urban park
Currency - 1 U.S. dollar is 13.30 Argentine pesos
Economy, Government, and Important People
Government - They have a federal government. Where their president serves four terms and is reelected once. Also having seventy two senators.
Famous People - Argentina's current president is Mauricio Maric. He is a civil engineer and politician. Also bieng the first democratically elected president since 1916. The vice president is Amado Boudou. He also from 2009 to 2011 was the Minister of Economy. Lastly the former president of Argentina is Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. Who now is a lawyer and politician.
President Mauricio Macri
Is the current president of Argentina
Former President Cristina Kirchner
Is the former president of Argentina
Vice President Amado Boudou
Is the vice president of Argentina
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Seasons/Climate, Sports, and Music - The most played sports are football,basketball, rugby union, tennis, and rowing. The more popular genres in music in Argentina are folk, pop, classical, and most popular is Tango. They have the standard four seasons.(winter-june to Aug., spring-Sept. to Nov., summer-dec. to feb., fall-march to may). The climate is mostly warm and dry, with some places more humid then others. The highest temperature recorded there being 120 degrees Farenheit. And the lowest temperature being -27 degrees Faranheit.
Natural Resources and Indigenous group - Petroleum, gas, and uranium are the biggest natural resources in Argentina. While a lot of the Argentineans descend 65% from Europeans and 31% from Amerindians. Early on their were a lot of small groups that were seperated and didn't really engage with each other. Now though they aren't their anymore.
Tourist Attractions - La Boca -is a funky neighberhood with a European twist to it. Perito Moreno Glacier - is known for amazing treking tours. Parque de la Costa - is a cool and big amusement park. La Boneras Stadium - is well known for its flat shape. Teatro Colones, Buenos Aires - is the third best ranked opera house in the world.