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30 September 2009

¡Atención Argentina!

Find one interesting fact out about the country your class is named after, in your case, Argentina. Please post your fact below. Make sure you read the facts first because no repeating facts will be accepted. You can add facts or pictures, even video if it relates to Argentina and is relevant and appropriate.  Be sure to put your first name and last initial when you post!

You will need to look back on classmates posts in the future, so be sure to check back here often!

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23 comments:

Anonymous said...

Argentina is such a big country that the climate in some places is different than in other places in Argentina. For example, if you were on the west side of the country and then on the east side, the climates would be completely different or vice versa. Visit http://www.travel-island.com/interesting.places/argentina.html


Posted by Madison Amico
for more information.

Anonymous said...

Argentina or in other words, officially Argentine Republic (Spanish:Republica Argentina), is the second largest country, in South America! And also, for a little more extra info on Argentina, it is the eighth largest country in the world, by land area, and the largest among spanish speaking nations to! So if you liked this fact, and want to find out more, about this fabulous country, then just simply go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argentina! I hope you learn a lot, and have fun! Adios! Thanks for reading my fact! Posted by Marie Zaccagnino(ENNITIALS=M.Z) Period 3/Class=Argentina

Srta. Sullivan-Period 3 said...

The capital of Argentina is Buenos Aires.

shane paddock said...

President: Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (2007)

Land area: 1,056,636 sq mi (2,736,690 sq km); total area: 1,068,296 sq mi (2,766,890 sq km)


Population (2009 est.): 40,913,584 (growth rate: 1.0%); birth rate: 17.9/1000; infant mortality rate: 11.4/1000; life expectancy: 76.5; density per sq mi: 38

Other large cities: Córdoba, 1,486,200; Rosario, 1,276,900; Mendoza, 988,600; Mar del Plata, 683,700

Rachel F-Period 3 said...

Argentina means "land of silver" it comes from the mineral silver.

go to: http://hubpages.com/hub/Fun-Facts-About-Argentina

Hannah W. said...

Argentina was one of the first countries to have radio broadcasting in 1920, there were only 20 recievers!

http://wanttoknowit.com/interseting-facts-about-argentina/

james s said...

argentina's money system that they use is pesos

joshua buettner said...

The official religion of argentina is roman catholic.

- per 3.

John Yambor said...

The offical language of Argentina is spanish

Arden Oates-Period 3 said...

It was in 1816 that Argentina made a declaration of its independence from Spain.

Rebecca Anthone said...

http://inlinethumb56.webshots.com/41847/2682253280104181437S600x600Q85.jpg

Rebecca Anthone period 3 said...

http://inlinethumb56.webshots.com/41847/2682253280104181437S600x600Q85.jpg

the other one is wrong

Rebecca Anthone period 3 said...

ok they are both wrong so, created by Manuel Belgrano on February 27, 1812 and adopted as such by law on July 25, 1816. The Argentine Flag is the reflection of the patriotic sky

cameron glian said...

Some of the other languages they speak in Argentina is English,Italian,German and some French




-per 3

Christian F. per 3 said...

Argentinas flag is blue and white with a sun in the middle

michael Beckinghausen said...

Leo messi is a very famous soccer player that lives in argentina. also soccer is a well played sport in argentina.

matthew dixon said...

matthew dixon per 3

argintina is the second largest country in south america. it has 23 provences.

thomas f. said...

argentina means land of silver

Ⓐмαηɖα Ⓢмїтн - Period 3 said...

Argentina is made up of 23 provinces

Michael D'Andrea said...

Argentina is the largest country in south america

victoria h. said...

The area was largely a country of Spanish immigrants and their descendants, known as criollos, and others of native cultures and of descendants of African slaves, present in significant numbers.

erik diehl said...

The Spanish first arrived around 1516, and Argentina gained independence in 1816.

AuStIn CzAjA said...

The Current Temprtature in Argentina is 61 degrees farenhight at 10/16/09 at 7:00