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Have you ever stopped to think about your place in the Universe? You know… Like what’s the meaning of it all? I know we’re in a bit of a crisis down here, but maybe you’re the kind of person that …

On Wednesday, November 13 at 5:30 PM, the American Club will debut the movie Nowhere is a Place, the Past, Present and Future of a Patagonia Wilderness. The film is approximately 50 minutes long and will be followed by …

One million people from all over the world recently voted on the most jaw-dropping natural wonders of Argentina. This was an effort spearheaded by the New7Wonders of the World Foundation, which released the first New Seven Natural Wonders of

“What products can you find in Tierra del Fuego? Centolla (king or spider crab), centollón (snow crab), cachiyuyo alga, merluza negra (Patagonian toothfish), mussels, sardines, cholgas, octopus… the Beagle Channel and beyond is so rich,” says Jorge Monopoli

On July 2nd, the Macri administration announced the elimination of a minimum price floor for plane tickets within the country. Yesterday, the measure went into effect after being officially added to the Boletín Oficial as Resolution 656/2018. The change

It is the case that continues to divide Argentina. Just a few days before the first anniversary of Santiago Maldonado’s disappearance, a new expert analysis of his autopsy has cast the official findings into doubt, threatening to reignite the …

Since Mauricio Macri took office in December 2015, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has expressed a great deal of interest in trading with Argentina. In November 2016, Abe visited Buenos Aires; the two leaders released a joint press statement,

The Conservation Land Trust Argentina is an organization which promotes the creation of national parks to expand their localization and re-introduce the wildlife that was lost in these areas due to human activities. We had the opportunity to talk with

At 27 years old and number 26 on Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants list, Pedro Bargero is one of the fast rising among chefs cooking in South America today. Now head of the kitchen at Chila, a restaurant located in …

During the military expeditions known as the “Conquista Del Desierto” in Southern Argentina (1879-1884) thousands of indigenous people who lived in the region were killed by Argentine troops. Thousands more were captured and taken into slavery and between …