By: Aurora G. Hr. 4

Argentina is a place that has a lot of history and an abundance of culture to uncover and explore. Check out some info about Argentina below!

Climate in Argentina

The climate in Argentina is mild.  It's not too hot and not too cold.

Here is a map that shows the climate of Argentina below!

Note- Tipos de clima means, Times of climate and Temperado means Temperate (meaning not too cold and not too hot), Árido means dry, and Quente (in Portages) means, hot

Here is one famous place in Argentina that looks like a sight for sore eyes! In the 'Pampas' of Argentina's is a guitar shaped forest made up of over 7,000 cypress and eucalyptus trees. It's visible for passing planes and satellites.

In Argentina there are a few places that have dancing. Music and Dance in Argentina is an integral part of traditional and contemporary life, which unites communities and functions as an important social tool for both national and regional identification. So, if you ever visit Argentina, get the taste of music on the dance floor!

Here is some traditional music that some of the Argentinians dance to. Check it out!

Now its time to talk about local expressions of Argentina.

There are some examples that come to mind like, “bajá un cambio!” which means, Chill Out! Relax! and there is also, “mala leche” which means,  bad luck. So, if you go and visit or stay at Argentina for awhile, you are going to hear a whole lot of spanish that you never learned in your Spanish class and some that you can’t find in the dictionary.

Soccer is REALLY important in Argentina

In Argentina, soccer is an important sport much like here in Missouri. Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil adopted the sport in South America. FIFA was established in the year 1904 and by early 1930s, different leagues were operating from various countries.

Here is a picture of Lionel Messi the famous soccer player in Argentina. He was born on June 24, 1987 (age 27).

This is some of the Argentina food they eat...I think they're pot stickers?

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3 years ago

I love the pictures and how you put together your whole flyer! Nice job!