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Magallanes named this region because of the natives that where found when he arrived. They were called "Patagones" (which means "big foot").

Route 40 runs along side the Andes from la Puna until reaching the Glaciers of the South. It is mythical for many reasons. For the solitary stretches it crosses. For the peaks of the Andes that

The area of Buenos Aires State is as big as a European Country, like France, Italy or Spain. The city of Buenos Aires is cosmopolitan, with European sceneries, enjoyable, and lively as its people.

Between the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans you will find the "Estrecho de Magallanes" (Magellan’s' Strait) and Cape Horn, entrance door to the Antarctica, "The End of the World".

Magallanes named this region because of the natives that where found when he arrived. They were called "Patagones" (which means "big foot").

This area covers Mendoza, San Juan, La Rioja and Cordoba Provinces.

This region covers three provinces: Salta, Jujuy and Tucumán. In Salta, its capital city, which was named after the province, also known as “la Linda” (the pretty one) is located inside the Valley of Lerma. It was founded on April 16th 1582 by Mr. Hernando de Lerma. The city is at 1.200 mts.

This region covers three provinces: Misiones, Corrientes and Entre Rios. The more developed tourist centre of the area is Iguazú.

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