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Faith Workman

on 26 February 2016

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Transcript of Argentina

By: Faith Workman
Some wedding in Argentina can last up to 2 hours for the ceremony. A common tradition involved with argentinean weddings is that the bride will wear the engagement ring on her right hand until the wedding day then moving the ring to jer left hand during the wedding. A common tradition at wedding receptions is that the married couple start the night off with a waltz.
Images of Traditional Clothing
Horse boots
Some common festivals are Fiesta Nacional Del folcloro and El Dia de Tradicion. Nacional Del folcloro is a lively celebration as a tribute. El Dia de Tradicion, or the Day of Tradition, is celebrated annually on November 10 following a week or so of parties, concerts, parades and feasts.
Many of the holidays in Argentina have to do with Catholicism. Some of the most historic Argentina holidays are The celebration of the May Revolution(May 25th) , Independence Day which is(July 8th), National Flag(June 20th) The death of José de San Martín(August 17th)
Argentina Symbols
Famous Foods
Colors Of Argentina
Language In Argentina
Where is Argentina Located?
Family Units
What Not To Do Argentina
Gauchos, Horse boots, and Bombachos are three of Argentina's most common traditional articles of clothing. Bombachos are trousers made with strong cotton fabric traditionally in beige, white and black colors.
Some of the most common religions in Argentina are Roman Catholics, Christians, Muslims, and including Jewish communities. The majority of Argentina is Roman Catholic. The historical background is very much due to the Spanish influence brought about through the newly conquered territories. However, immigration throughout the 20th century has brought most Catholics
Common Symbols in Argentina:
Bird: Hornero.
Coat of Arms:
Coat of Arms: At the top of the Argentinian coat of arms is the golden Sun of May, signifying Argentina as a new and glorious nation rising to the surface of the earth. ...
Flag of Argentina.
Dance: Tango.
Flower: Ceibo.
Motto: "En unión y libertad" "In Unity and Freedom"
Images of Symbols
One of Argentina's most famous traditional food is Dolche De Leche, which is spread used in cakes and pancakes and can also be on toast or ice cream flavors. Beef is also common in Argentina cousine
The most famous type of dance style in Argentina is the Tango. The Tango originated in Buenos Aires, the Argentine tango is now known throughout the world.
The Colors of Argentina are light blue, yellow, and white which are in the flag. Some say the white represents silver. Argentina is named after the Latin word Argentinum, meaning silver.The blue color in the flag represent the sky or the waters of Argentina’s Rio de la Plata.
The basic language in Argentina is Spanish. Some other common languages in Argentina English, Portuguese, Italian, French and German in order.
There is not a typical Argentina Family, they are all different and are very various. The family life differs according to many factors such as religion, region, ethic background, and even income.
Some things you should not do in Argentina are:

-Dont be offended when people in Argentina mske direct eye contact.
-Do not eat/drink in the streets or public transportation
-Do not head to a bar until 11:30 pm
-Do not talk politics in Argentina if you are a foreigner
-Do not be on time, it is good to be 30-60 mintues late.

Argentina is located in South America and its neighboring countries are Chile, Brazil, Uruguay,
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