Argentina is a huge country! And I only had about two weeks in the country, so I only concentrated about the northern parts. I hope I will be able to visit the southern parts one day! The nature in the north was incredible and I can only imagine how it would be in the southern parts! I hope you will enjoy this small journey from the north

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Capitolio in Buenos Aires – the details are stunning and the surrounding park compliments this beautiful building very well

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The parks in Buenos Aires are beautiful all year long

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There is a lot of homeless and people collecting card boards all over Buenos Aires 

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The famous Caminito area in Buenos Aires, full of colours, tango and tourists

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A nice “lunch” after a visit in Caminito

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The tomb of Evita Parón. She worked hard for the Argentinian women and fought for their rights to vote among other things. La Recoleta Cemetery where she lays is worth a visit

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Flotalis Generica. The sculpture is designed to open and close, just like a real flower

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Protest banners at Plaza de Mayo

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I took a photo of a man roasting almonds and all the sudden this girl wanted a photo. I took it and all the sudden 10-15 others asked me to take a photo haha 🙂

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Iguazu falls – I love waterfalls and Iguazu is not an exception!

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Taking a small, free boat ride to San Martín island in the middle of Iguazu national park. The island is not always open to visitors (I depends on the weather I guess…) – it was closed when I arrived in the morning, but a few hours later it had opened – it is an awesome free thing to do in the park. It is beautiful and you might get close to the 

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These waterfalls are amazing and the longest in the world! Oh, I cloud go on and on with photos of these falls! But I will stop now I promise! 😉

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On the top of Salta. The gaucho (cowboy) capital of Argentina

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Hanging out with the locals in Salta 😉 Apparently, there was some sort of festival while I was there, so there were a lot more gauchos and horses in the city than usually 

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A trip to Argentina is only complete with a steak. Here is two at 600 g (the smallest on the menu!)

Argentina is a diverse country and I only had about 12-14 days in the country. I hope I will be able to visit again! I would very much like to visit the Patagonia region! Have you ever been?

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