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BORGES, Jorge Luis (1899-1986). Argentinian poet
BORGES, Jorge Luis (1899-1986). Argentinian poet
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Cave of the Hands. ARGENTINA. SANTA CRUZ. Detail
Cave of the Hands. ARGENTINA. SANTA CRUZ. Detail
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GARDEL, Carlos (1890-1935)
GARDEL, Carlos (1890-1935)
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Argentina - Buenos Aires - Kavanagh Building
Argentina - Buenos Aires - Kavanagh Building
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Poster for Rosario de la Frontera, Argentina
Poster for Rosario de la Frontera, Argentina
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Buenos Aires, Argentina - Avenida Alvear
Buenos Aires, Argentina - Avenida Alvear
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Tomando Mate - Argentina
Tomando Mate - Argentina
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CORTAZAR, Julio (1914-1984)
CORTAZAR, Julio (1914-1984)
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Asking two Vaquero riders for the news, Argentina
Asking two Vaquero riders for the news, Argentina
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- Argentina
- Argentina
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Dancing the Argentine Tango
Dancing the Argentine Tango
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Beef Carcasees
Beef Carcasees
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Tomando Mate - Argentina Featured Image

Tomando Mate - Argentina

Gaucho taking mate in Argentina. Tomando mate or "taking mate," is a cultural practice, which refers literally to drinking a semi-bitter herbal infusion of crushed yerba mate leaves in hot water. One takes mate by putting the loose, crushed leaves in a mate gourd, pouring hot water (about 2 ounces at a time) over the leaves, and using a bombilla, or a metal straw with a strainer on the end to separate the water from the leaves, to drink the beverage. Few Argentines like tomando mate alone, however. This is an intensely social activity, and one person holds the thermos, pours new water into the gourd and passes it to each person in turn

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Argentina - Buenos Aires - Salico Building
Argentina - Buenos Aires - Salico Building
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Argentina - Tronador
Argentina - Tronador
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Argentina - Buenos Aires - Aerial view
Argentina - Buenos Aires - Aerial view
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Argentina - Buenos Aires - Faculty of Science and Medicine
Argentina - Buenos Aires - Faculty of Science and Medicine
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Juan Domingo Peron and Eva Duarte de Peron
Juan Domingo Peron and Eva Duarte de Peron
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Argentina. Cave of the Hands. Cave paintings
Argentina. Cave of the Hands. Cave paintings
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Juan and Eva Peron at Pan American Games
Juan and Eva Peron at Pan American Games
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Juan and Eva Peron watching a football match
Juan and Eva Peron watching a football match
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Teatro Opera - Buenos Aires, Argentina
Teatro Opera - Buenos Aires, Argentina
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La Piedra Parade (bloque erratico) en el Rio Alto Chubut
La Piedra Parade (bloque erratico) en el Rio Alto Chubut
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La Puerta del Diablo, Tandil, Argentina
La Puerta del Diablo, Tandil, Argentina
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La Piedra Movediza balancing rock, Tandil, Argentina
La Piedra Movediza balancing rock, Tandil, Argentina
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Juan and Eva Peron at Pan American Games Featured Image

Juan and Eva Peron at Pan American Games

Juan Peron (1895-1974), President of Argentina, and his wife Eva (Maria Eva Duarte de Peron, 1919-1952) at the Pan American Games in Buenos Aires, March 1951. The President is adding the Argentine pennant to the flagpole, alongside those of all participating countries. Date: 1951

© Mary Evans / Pharcide

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Election Proceedings in Buenos Aires
Election Proceedings in Buenos Aires
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The Battle of Vuelta de Obligado 1845
The Battle of Vuelta de Obligado 1845
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Roberto de Vicenzo - Argentinian golfer
Roberto de Vicenzo - Argentinian golfer
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Man and women, Patagonia, Argentina, South America
Man and women, Patagonia, Argentina, South America
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Man and horse, Argentina, South America
Man and horse, Argentina, South America
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Man playing a guitar, Argentina, South America
Man playing a guitar, Argentina, South America
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HITLER/ARGENTINIAN NAVY
HITLER/ARGENTINIAN NAVY
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Torre de los Ingleses, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Torre de los Ingleses, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Avenida Roque Saenz Pena, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Avenida Roque Saenz Pena, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Armour Meat Refrigeration Plant - Berisso, nr Buenos Aires
Armour Meat Refrigeration Plant - Berisso, nr Buenos Aires
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A couple dancing a tango
A couple dancing a tango
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Group photo, Argentinian delegates, Miami, USA
Group photo, Argentinian delegates, Miami, USA
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The Battle of Vuelta de Obligado 1845 Featured Image

The Battle of Vuelta de Obligado 1845

The battle of Vuelta de Obligado on 20th November 1845, was a collaborative attack by the French and British to defy the Argentine Confederation's decision to block the unregulated sailing and trading of foreign ships in Argentinian waters, due to the French and British ships avoidance of paying custom taxes at Buenos Aires. Several ships and two steamers sail towards the Argentinian chain blockade, as soldiers on both sides fight on the shore where the Argentine camp is based. This resulted in a Anglo-French victory, but alienated previously anti-Confederation countries like Brazil and Chile, and had little economic success as it was still impossible to sail up river to trade. Date: 1845

© Mary Evans Picture Library

A family of Patagonian Indians outside their home
A family of Patagonian Indians outside their home
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Mariano Moreno
Mariano Moreno
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The Old National Congress Building - Buenos Aires, Argentina
The Old National Congress Building - Buenos Aires, Argentina
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The Flag. National Poems by Francisco Luis Bernardez (1900-1
The Flag. National Poems by Francisco Luis Bernardez (1900-1
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Dom. Faust.Sarmiento
Dom. Faust.Sarmiento
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LUIS AGOTE
LUIS AGOTE
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Buenos Aires, Argentina - Avenida de Mayo
Buenos Aires, Argentina - Avenida de Mayo
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Buenos Aires - Plaza San Martin
Buenos Aires - Plaza San Martin
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Avenida 9 de Julio - Buenos Aires, Argentina on Flag Day
Avenida 9 de Julio - Buenos Aires, Argentina on Flag Day
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G܉RALDES, Ricardo (1886-1927). Argentinian writer
G܉RALDES, Ricardo (1886-1927). Argentinian writer
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GORRITI, Juana Manuela (1818-1892). Argentine writer
GORRITI, Juana Manuela (1818-1892). Argentine writer
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ALBERDI, Juan Bautista (1810 - 1884). Argentinian
ALBERDI, Juan Bautista (1810 - 1884). Argentinian
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