What are the recommended tourist attractions in Argentina?

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1MendozaMendoza is a historic city in central and western Argentina and the capital of Mendoza province. Like all Argentine cities, Mendoza is permeated with the flavor of European cities everywhere. It is located in the core of the Cuyo region [cuyo], which is famous for its winemaking. Compared with other Argentine cities, many street gardens and small squares are the characteristics of this place, among which Independence Square, Spanish Square, and autonomy square are the most famous. These squares not only provide citizens with rich places to spend their leisure time but also have the same function of reducing earthquake disasters as the reinforced buildings here, especially the wide streets.
In the west of the city, there is the famous St. Martin Park, which was designed and built by Carlos Thays, a world-famous horticultural architect. Other places worth mentioning are the football field, zoo, and national Cuyo University.
The most famous landmark of this city is to commemorate the South American independent hero Saint Martin and the Andean expeditionary army led by him. A majestic “monument to the Andean expeditionary army” stands on the top of the Cerro de la Gloria (meaning “the mountain of glory”) in the west of today’s Mendoza city. People hope that these heroes can always look down on the city which allows them to build meritorious deeds and glory.
2Iguazu National ParkIguazu National Park is located in the basalt zone, with a height of 80 meters and a diameter of 2700 meters. It crosses the border between Argentina and Brazil. One of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world is located in the center of this area. Many small waterfalls are lined up, cascading down, arousing huge spray. The subtropical rain forest, surrounded by more than 200 kinds of vascular plants, is the happy home of tapirs, anteaters, howler monkeys, tiger cats, jaguars, and crocodiles, which are representative wild animals in South America.
Known as “the first wonder of South America”, Iguazu waterfall is the largest waterfall in South America and one of the five most famous waterfalls in the world. In Iguazu, the river was suddenly blocked by Agustin Island, and the river was paved with a width of 3 kilometers, forming a lake with a water depth of only about 1 meter. When the lake water flowed to the cliff, it fell into a large waterfall group.
Iguazu waterfall is curved, with an average drop of 72 meters. There are 275 waterfalls, large and small, combined into three waterfall groups, with an average flow of more than 1750 cubic meters per second, and 12700 cubic meters per second in the rainy season. The highest and most spectacular waterfall group is called “ghost throat waterfall”, which is located in the middle. This strange name comes from the roar of the waterfall when it pours into the abyss and the deafening echo in the abyss.
The magnificent scenery of the waterfall makes it a tourist attraction, attracting many tourists from all over the world. August to November is the best season to visit every year.
There are two tourist routes to visit the waterfall in Argentina, where you can see different scenes of the waterfall. All the way is called Shanglu, that is, Argentina has built a small bridge with green railings on the upper reaches of the waterfall, which is 3000 meters long. The bridge deck twists and turns, reaching the edge of the waterfall. Tourists standing on the bridge and looking down on the railing can see the spectacular scenery of the Iguazu River flowing into the Parana River; The other way is dominated by guandevil gorge waterfall, which is like an open folding fan. After it falls into the valley, it becomes a narrow and rapid river, and this river is the border between Argentina and Brazil. In Argentina, there are 4 waterfalls miter and Belgrano, and in Brazil, there are 5 waterfalls such as Floriano. Nine waterfalls poured into the air and went down to Jue stream. When the sky is clear and the sun is bright, the light is cast on the waterfall and changes into a rainbow, turning the whole valley into a fairy dream.
Brazil has set up a national park around the waterfall, covering an area of 170000 hectares. There are many wild animals in the park, which is the largest forest reserve in Brazil. There is a nature museum and a Waterfall Hotel in the park. Tourists can enjoy the panoramic view of the Iguazu waterfall without going out.
3Mount uritork and Monte chapel CityMonte chapel city is 119 kilometers away from the provincial capital Cordoba. It is an ancient mountain city with an altitude of 797 meters. The small city is located at the foot of Mount uritork with an altitude of 2000 meters.
In Indian Legends, ulitolk is a holy mountain. In modern times, there are more and more records of abnormal phenomena in the ulitolk mountains. It is these anecdotes that make mount uritork and Monte chapel city famous all over the world.
An Argentine atomic physicist told about his father-in-law’s adventure when he was 12 years old: it was 1915. He lost his way in the mountains. That night, he saw with his own eyes the continuous light passing over the mountain and illuminating the depression. In 1928, a woman said that she herded sheep on the mountain every day. For two consecutive days, she saw a shiny object appear on the top of the mountain. In 1935, a local resident said that when he was passing through mount uritork, he suddenly saw a strange-looking weirdo in shiny tights staring at him, and then suddenly disappeared.
The two news in the 1980s made the small town and mount uritork famous all over the world overnight. On January 9, 1986, someone found the “trace of the landing of an alien spacecraft” in the uritork mountains. It was a burning trace on the ground, 122 meters long and 64 meters wide. Witnesses proved that they had seen glowing flying objects the night before. In August of that year, there was a mountain fire, which burned out the mountain forest with a radius of 20 kilometers, but the newly grown shrubs in that trace were intact. Two years later, on February 21, 1988, another trace of the “spacecraft” was found on another hillside, with a diameter of 42 meters.
4Drake PassageThe Drake Passage is located between the southernmost tip of South America and the southern Shetland Islands of Antarctica, close to Chile and Argentina. It is a part of the Southern Ocean. Before the Panama Canal was dug, the Drake Passage was one of the important sea routes connecting the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean. The Strait is named after Francis Drake, the discoverer of the 16th-century British privateer
The Drake Strait is the widest Strait in the world, with a width of 970 kilometers and a width of 645 kilometers at the narrowest point, which is the shortest distance between Antarctica and other continents. At the same time, Drake Strait is the deepest Strait in the world, with a maximum depth of 5248 meters. If two Huashan mountains and one Hengshan Mountain are superimposed into the Strait, even the top of the mountain will not be exposed to the sea. The Drake Strait is famous for its rough waves, with winds above force eight 365 days a year. Therefore, Drake Strait is known as the “murderous westerly belt”, “storm corridor” and “devil’s Strait”, which is a veritable “death corridor”.
The Drake Strait, the closest sea route from South America to Antarctica and the only way for many countries to go to Antarctica for scientific research, can be predicted that with the deepening of human scientific research and development of the Antarctic continent, the strategic position of the Drake Strait will be further improved.
5La Plata RiverThe La Plata river is located between Uruguay and Argentina in South America. In Spanish, “La Plata” means “silver”. The La Plata river is the second largest river in South America, with a total length of 4700 kilometers and a drainage area of about 4 million square kilometers. In fact, the La Plata river is only 320 kilometers long. It brings together several important tributaries of Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay, and Argentina.
Although the actual length of the La Plata river is only 320 kilometers, its width is 50 kilometers, and the widest part of the estuary can reach 230 kilometers, making it the widest river in the world. Her water depth is 18 meters, and she can sail giant ships. Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay, is built on the north bank near the estuary.
The La Plata River Basin actually includes the areas where the Paraguay River, Uruguay River, Parana River, and La Plata river flow. The La Plata river basin is one of the most developed regions in Latin America. Most of it is located in the subtropical zone, with abundant rainfall, fertile land, and rich products. It is the economic center of South America, and cities and ports such as Buenos Aires, La Plata, Rosario, Santa Fe, Montevideo, passandu are along the river.
6Quebrada de HumahuacaQuebrada de Humahuaca is distributed on the most important cultural channel extending along the magnificent Rio Grande Valley. Its source starts from the cold wasteland on the ANTION plateau, then extends to the south, and converges with rioliona after about 150 kilometers. The relics in the valley show that since 10000 years ago, it has been a vital channel for people’s transportation and exchange from the Andes plateau to the plains. There are many obvious relics that show that this is the place where hunters and merchants traded in the prehistoric Inca Empire (15th-16th century A.D.). It is also the battlefield where people fought for independence in the 19th-20th century.
Starting from San Salvador, we arrived at this natural passage leading to the plateau. Rows of small villages are vividly displayed in front of people, Adobe houses, historic chapels, and former Spanish ruins, where time seems to have stopped. Among them, the most beautiful village is purmamarca village in the colonial period, which is backed by the seven color mountain. Its different geological ages can be seen from its strata.
Moving on, you can see the canyon composed of bright striped mountains in maimar, which is famous for La paleta del Pintor (artist’s tray). One of the most prominent attractions in this canyon is the tilcara archaeological site, a fortified town built by omaguaca natives before Columbus discovered the continent. Here is a boulder as the mark of the Tropic of cancer. Every noon on June 21, the sun will cast an exact vertical shadow on it, and then the celebration of the aborigine’s new year begins (also known as Inti Raymi Sun Festival).
Deumavaca was discovered by the Spanish at the end of the 16th century. Its church and Carnival museum exhibit many local customs. Some mysterious ruins can be seen about 12 kilometers away, which were once used as a terrace for growing contact.
7UshuaiaAcross the sea from Antarctica, Tierra del Fuego is the southernmost land in the world except for Antarctica, and its capital Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world.
Ushuaia is located on the southern coast of Tierra del Fuego, with the Andes Mountains in the north and the Beagle strait connecting the two oceans. Its latitude is 54 ° 49 ‘, and it is the southernmost city in the world. In the Yamana language of the local indigenous tribe, ushuaiya means “Bay deep to the west” and “beautiful bay”. The bigger waterway forms a big bay here. 1000 kilometers away from the Antarctic Peninsula, it is an indispensable supply base for Antarctic scientists, and the Antarctic exploration fleets of all countries, including China, have anchored here.
Ushuaia is surrounded by mountains and rivers, with lush hillsides and towering white snow mountains. Various buildings in different colors are located between the sparkling bigger waterway and the green mountains and snow. The snow mountains in Chile on the opposite side of the waterway are also vivid, forming a beautiful picture. The charming scenery attracts a large number of tourists who come here and injects vitality into this originally desolate land.
Ushuaia was built along the coast of bigger waterway. On the bank is the wide MAIP Avenue. On both sides of the street, there are modern buildings, simple houses with galvanized iron roofs, and wooden houses decades ago. Most of them are one or two stories high, which is simple and quiet. The main street in the urban area is St. Martin street. This is a commercial street, and the luxury of the shops on both sides is no less than that of a metropolis. The products sold here are mainly imported cosmetics, expensive cigarettes, and alcohol, which are duty-free and much cheaper than those on the mainland. In the past, many Argentines came to Tierra del Fuego for tourism, an important purpose is to purchase.
Tourists who like delicious food, they cannot come to Ushuaia without tasting the local specialty spider crab (Centola). Crab meat is delicious and nutritious. It is an important local export product.
8RosarioRosario is the second largest city in Argentina and an important river port. Located on the West Bank of the lower Parana River in Eastern Argentina, it is an important river port in the southeast of Santa Fe province and on the Parana River. The average altitude is 22 meters. The climate is mild and humid, with an annual average temperature of 17 ℃ and annual average precipitation of 944mm. It was founded at the end of the 17th century. The city was established in 1852. From 1852 to 1861, it was the largest trade center in the United Province of La Plata. It was destroyed in the war of independence in Argentina. With the extension of the railway to the mainland, the regional economic development, and the construction of local ports, the city developed rapidly and became an important economic and trade center and industrial city in the country.
Main attractions:
National flag History Memorial: built-in 1957, it consists of three building parts. The first part is the tower with relief statues to commemorate the May Revolution in 1810, the second part is the giant open-air corridor to commemorate the establishment of Argentina, and the third part is the triumphal porch, which represents the promulgation of the Constitution in 1853 and the founding of the country, Under the triumphal porch, the American flag Hall of Honor displays the flags of American countries.
Notre Dame Cathedral in Rosario: located directly opposite may square.
Lion Palace: the city administration of Rosario.
Independent Park: designed by landscape architect Carlos Hays, covering an area of more than 150 hectares, it can be called the green lung of Rosario.
Urquiza Park: there are the Rosario planetarium, the Louis Carvalho astronomical observatory, and the Museum of experimental science.
San Lorenzo: 25 kilometers away from Rosario. Here you can visit the ancient monastery of San Carlos Borromeo and El Campo de la Gloria, where the famous battle of San Lorenzo took place on February 3, 1813.
Rosario Victoria Bridge: a modern cable-stayed bridge lying across the Parana River, connecting Rosario in Santa Fe and Victoria in EntreRios. The bridge crosses the river for more than 600 meters, and the two bridge towers are 126 meters high. The total length of the highway connecting the two cities is nearly 60 kilometers.
9Cordoba MosqueBuilt-in AD 785, the mosque in Cordoba aimed to be the most magnificent mosque in the world and continued to expand in the next two centuries, making it the largest mosque in the Muslim world at that time. The Patio de Los Naranjos with orange trees and palm trees can be seen from the 14th century’s mud é jar style gate, La Puerta del PERD ó n. At the end of the mosque is a Muslim temple, with a mihrab in the middle facing Mecca for worship. The former church used in West Germany was later purchased by Raman I and converted into a mosque. In the 16th century, Charles V transformed the church. Coupled with the expansion and renovation of the previous incumbents, the style of this mosque has become a little mixed after several renovations.
After the Romans arrived in Cordoba, they built a solid foundation around the city. At the beginning of the first millennium, Cordoba became the capital of the Spanish jurisdiction and the Andalusian province of Rome. In 756, Abdel Rahman, the last successor of the Umayyad Dynasty in Damascus, made the capital here and called himself ruler. The Great Mosque, a masterpiece of Cordoba City, is the most splendid oriental culture memorial building in Spain. In the 10th century, Cordoba experienced a period of prosperity due to the status of the Caliph kingdom. As the most populous city in the west, Cordoba has become the strongest capital of the Islamic world, with as many as 300 mosques at its peak. In the 11th century, the Caliph kingdom was divided into two factions politically. The monotheistic sect, the founder of the murabidhi sect and the Berber sect, reconciled in the 12th century. In 1236, Ferdinand III drove out the moors, and because he joined the Christian Kingdom of Castile, Cordoba fell into a long-term decline. During the reign of Charles V, the Great Mosque converted to Christianity and was transformed into a church.
10Tierra del FuegoThe southern island group of South America. It is the largest island in Latin America. The main island Tierra del Fuego, also known as Tierra del Fuego, faces the South American continent across the Magellan Strait (the narrowest part is only 3.3 kilometers), covering an area of 48700 square kilometers. The total area of the islands, including hundreds of nearby islands and reefs, is about 73000 square kilometers, about 2/3 of which belong to Chile and 1/3 to Argentina. The main island is slightly triangular. The mountains in the West and South are the rest of the Andes. The ground is rugged, with an altitude of 1500 ~ 2000 meters, and the highest peak, mount yogan, is 2469 meters. The height of the snow line is only 500 ~ 800 meters, and modern glaciers are developed. The East and North are gentle lowlands, with an altitude of 180 ~ 600 meters, covering Quaternary glacial deposits and volcanic ash gravel, many glacial lakes, and swampy wetlands, and the larger one is faniano lake.
The climate is cold, and the annual average temperature is less than 10 ℃. There are many strong storms. Affected by the humid southwest wind and terrain in the west, the annual precipitation is as high as 2000 ~ 3000 mm; There is less precipitation in the East, less than 500 mm. There are many forests in mountainous areas and tufted grasslands in lowlands. sparse population. It was originally the residence of the ona people of Indians. In 1520, navigator F. Magellan arrived on an expedition. After 1880, Chile and Argentina began to immigrate due to the rise of sheep husbandry and the discovery of gold mines. In 1945, oil was discovered in Manantiales at the northern end of the main island, and Tierra del Fuego became the only oil-producing area in Chile. At present, the main economic activity is raising sheep, which is concentrated in the north of the island; The second is logging, fishing, and hunting. The industry has only oil and natural gas exploitation and some small refineries and meat freezers for local consumption. Ushuaia at the southern end of the main island is the administrative center of Tierra del Fuego in Argentina and the southernmost city in the world. Located at the southernmost tip of Tierra del Fuego, Ushuaia is the capital of Tierra del Fuego in Argentina, with about 16000 permanent residents. During the peak tourist season, tourists can reach 50000 to 60000, making it the southernmost city in the world. There are a series of small islands in the southwest of Ushuaia, with a waterway called biger Strait in the middle, which is the dividing line between the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean.
11El Ateneo Grand SplendidThe athenian bookstore is located on Santa Fe Avenue in barinott, Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is the most famous bookstore in Argentina. Its predecessor was the Grand Theater, which opened in 1919. It was rented out as a bookstore in 2000. At present, it is the largest bookstore in South America and the second largest bookstore in the world.
The athenian bookstore can be described as magnificent, giving people a sense of magnificence. It is described as “the palace of books”. The calm and quiet intellectual atmosphere and luxurious atmosphere surround you all the time. The bookstore covers an area of about 2000 square meters. The original boxes, carvings and crimson curtains on the stage in the theater are well preserved, but the stage has become a place for readers to rest, and the boxes have become “mini” reading rooms. In this bookstore, about one million people come here every year to buy books or read books. Books with strict classification are placed on special shelves. If you like reading, you can choose a book and then order a latte to sit leisurely on the coffee bar and enjoy the luxurious reading atmosphere.
12TigreTigray is located in the north of Greater Buenos Aires in the northeast of Argentina and on the Parana River Delta. It is an important tourist destination and weekend destination in Argentina. Tigray, located on the island, is formed by several rivers. It was founded in 1820 and its name comes from the “tiger” once captured by residents.
Tigray is the starting point for tourists to visit the Parana River Delta. For local people and tourists, motorboats are the best way to visit the scenery of the city canal. British-style boats, countless cruise terminals, simple houses, and elegant mansions are presented one by one. The mark of British culture and Victorian style can be seen everywhere in Tigray, and many semi-wooden buildings imitating Tudor Style are historical witnesses. Tigray art museum is a landmark building in the city. It was once a private social club. It was opened as a museum in 2006 to display artworks. It is a paradise for art lovers.
13San Miguel de TucumánLocated in the north of Argentina, San Miguel de tukuman is the capital of tukuman, the smallest province in Argentina, and the fifth largest city in Argentina. The city was founded by the Spanish conquerors in 1565 and moved here in 1685. At present, it is the most important city in northern Argentina.
For many years, Saint Miguel de tukuman has been the most outstanding cultural focus of Argentina and the hometown of many outstanding figures, including the famous singer Mercedes Sosa, the Argentine journalist and writer Thomas Eloy Martinez, and the famous Argentine pianist Miguel Angel estralia. Tourist attractions in this city include tukuman government palace, July 9 Park, art museum, Independence Square, Sacred Art Museum, etc. each scenic spot has its own characteristics, which are very worth visiting and must not be missed.
14La BocaLa Boca is a district of Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina. It is located in the southeast of Buenos Aires and has obvious European characteristics because most of the early residents came from Genoa, Italy. The picturesque streets and colorful buildings are the biggest features of La Boca, and they are also the most popular and important reasons.
La Boca is famous for its colorful buildings all over the world, and it is one of the must-see destinations to visit in Argentina. The houses and buildings here are painted in different colors. It is said that this tradition comes from the story of early residents borrowing paint from the nearby shipyard. Now the colorful houses match the artistic atmosphere of this town very well. La Boca is the birthplace of tango dance. There is an old Caminito street, which is the street where the famous tango singer Carlos Gardel sings the famous song “path”. Walking along the streets in laboka District, you can see many stalls selling paintings, handicrafts, and other tourist souvenirs, as well as some folk artists performing tango dance, which attracted many tourists to stop and watch.
Boca youth team, a famous Argentine football club, is located in the La Boca district. If you are lucky, you can also see the wonderful football match with the Boca youth team.
15Los Cardones National ParkCardonard National Park is located in the Midwest of Salta province. Its name comes from the plant landscape in the park. Founded in 1995, it covers an area of 650 square kilometers and is composed of continuous mountains, gullies, and canyons. It is between 2700 and 5000 meters high and grows a large number of cacti.
The National Park has a unique and beautiful landscape, which is composed of endless grasslands, deep valleys, lush forests, and Argentina’s largest cactus. It has a tropical arid climate. The most attractive ones are those tall cactus, which stand on the arid land and show the world their beautiful posture. Their variety makes people sigh, some like human fingers, some like kneeling humans, and Some are like close lovers, which makes people marvel. The National Park is also the habitat of 100 species of birds, and vultures are one of the most important roles.
Due to the geographical diversity, cardonard National Park provides tourists with a variety of entertainment projects and activities, such as horse riding, photography, bird watching, exploration, camping, and so on.
16San Guillermo national parkSan Guillermo National Park is located in the northwest of San Juan Province. It was founded in 1998 and covers an area of 160000 hectares. It was established to protect the wildlife in this area. This area is the gathering area of wild alpaca and Luoma in Argentina, and the number is also the largest in the country. It needs to be protected.
There are large areas of tufted shrubs growing in the National Park, forming an endless prairie, which provides favorable conditions for the breeding and growth of alpaca and Luoma. Since the establishment of the National Park, under strict control, the wild Alpaca population has grown on a large scale, with the number of animals as high as 7000 and the number of llamas as high as 5000. Therefore, it has become an indispensable place for Argentina to watch the essence of wild animals in Argentina. In addition to alpacas and llamas, tourists can also watch red foxes, lizards, Andes eagles, etc. in the park.
Tourists should pay attention to the fact that this national park is dry and cold, and there will be heavy snow and strong winds in winter, so it is forbidden to visit in winter.
17Mar ChiquitaLake Chiquita, which means “small sea” in Spanish, is semicircular. It is located in the northeast of Cordoba province in central Argentina. It is an inland salt lake. The northeast of the lake extends to Santiago del Estero province. It is a natural salt lake.
Lake Chiquita is the largest salt lake in Argentina, with a length of about 80 kilometers, a width of 24 kilometers, a maximum depth of 34 meters, and an area of about 2000 square kilometers. The water source in the lake mainly comes from the Dulce river. In addition, there are rivers such as primero and Segundo that inject into the lake without an outlet. Miraculously, there are several charming islands in Lake Chiquita, but among them, the islands are disappearing little by little, mainly due to evaporation, which may eventually turn into salt flats. The world-famous Lake Chiquita beach has been formed near Lake Chiquita, which has become an ideal place for people to relax, entertain and sunbathe. It has become a well-known tourist attraction in Argentina. There are luxury hotels built near the lake, which have become the origin of many mysterious stories.
18Murukuya National ParkMurucuya National Park is located in the northwest of Corrientes province. Founded in 2001, it is 150 kilometers away from Corrientes and covers an area of 176 square kilometers. It has a far-reaching impact on the regulation of flood disasters in this region. The main attraction is that it is the largest and most abundant biological area in Northeast Argentina, with rich biological resources.
Murukuya National Park is composed of countless ponds, large areas of swamps, winding streams, and towering palm trees. A wide variety of animals and birds have added vitality and vigor to it. This colorful national park is an ideal place to enjoy the wonderful Argentine plants. Red and white Chaco Baijian tree, elegant striped lacquer wood, Polygonaceae plants, horned bean tree, Tara, white wax palm, rosemary, Pindu palm, bamboo, bay leaf, and typical Budi palm are the most common plants in the park.
Walking in the park, tourists can enjoy capybara, crocodile, fox, armadillo, South American deer, lynx, howler monkey, maned wolf, otter, swamp deer, and more than 150 kinds of birds.
19Río Pilcomayo National ParkPilcomayo River National Park is located in the northeast of Formosa province. It was founded in 1951 and covers an area of 118000 acres. It was established to protect the vast grasslands, large areas of swamps, gurgling streams, quiet lakes, and lush forests in this area.
Pilcomayo River National Park has been listed in the list of internationally important wetlands under the Convention on wetlands, which plays a major role in the protection of wetlands. According to the different kinds of plants in the park, the park can be divided into four parts, namely, tropical grassland, wetland, alpine area, and Pico Mayo river area. The wet area is the home of aquatic vegetation, and plants such as hyacinth, yellow velvet leaf grass, Chinese cabbage, Polygonum lilac, and so on grow widely here. In the park, tourists can enjoy the beautiful grassland and white wax palm, the low marsh area, and its island-like hills at the highest place, and express the beauty of nature incisively and vividly.
Due to the climate of this area and its superior location close to the forest, this national park has naturally become a habitat of rich and diverse animal groups. Capybara, wild boar, howler monkey, juvenile crown pheasant, maned wolf, American ostrich, and other animals are the most common here.
20Patagonian DesertPatagonia desert is located in Argentina in the south of South America, on the east side of the Andes, covering an area of about 673000 square kilometers. Patagonia is generally the area east of the Andes and south of the Colorado River in the Americas. It is mainly located in Argentina, and a small part belongs to Chile.
The terrain of Patagonia is mainly a plateau and narrow coastal plain. The rivers originate from the Andes and flow eastward to the Atlantic Ocean, cutting into river valleys. However, due to the small local rainfall, most of the rivers belong to intermittent rivers. There are many glacial landforms in the south, such as fjords. Affected by the Falklands cold current, Patagonia has a cold and dry climate, with an average annual rainfall of 90-450 mm and an annual average temperature of 60 ℃ -20 ℃. The colder it goes to the south, the less rainfall. In the east of Patagonia, there are desert and semi-desert plateaus dominated by vast plateaus, which incline in a ladder shape from west to East, and in the East, they face the Atlantic Ocean with steep cliffs. Affected by ancient glaciers and a modern arid climate, the surface is dominated by glacial valleys, moraine mounds, periglacial lacustrine glacial water deposits, and various wind erosion and aeolian landforms.
21Columbus Theatre(Teatro Colon)Located in the center of Buenos Aires, Argentina, the Columbus theater is considered one of the five best music performance venues in the world. The first Columbus theater opened in 1857. The current theater was built in 1890 and completed in 1908. The construction period was as long as 18 years. It opened on May 25, 1908.
Columbus theater is horseshoe-shaped, with 2487 seats. The stage is 20 meters wide, 15 meters high, and 20 meters deep. Columbus theatre is the pride of the Buenos Aires people. It was and is the stage for the most outstanding performers of opera and ballet at home and abroad. The theater building is calm but elegant, integrating the leisurely generosity of the Italian Renaissance with the heavily German and elegant French architectural styles. Marble and mosaic imported from Italy and Spain are widely used for interior decoration, which makes them more magnificent.
The reliefs on the inner wall of the Columbus theater and the colored paintings on the window glass are beautiful. The sculptures and busts in the hall are lifelike. The art treasures such as wood and porcelain bottles are antique, especially the 24K gold-plated reliefs on the four walls of the golden hall are even more impressive.
22Chaco National ParkChaco National Park, established in 1954, covers an area of 150 square kilometers and covers a vast territory. It is a national park dedicated to the protection of species in the east of Chaco province. There are shrubs and woodlands, tropical savanna, marshland, and some small lakes in the park. There are special pedestrian overpasses in the park so that tourists can cross the river through long wooden bridges to see other scenic spots.
In chago National Park, tourists can enjoy the local unique plants Chako Hongjian tree, horned bean tree, thick shell wood, thorn crown wood, Yucang wood, and Tieli wood, which are all valuable plants. Chago National Park is not only the hometown of plants but also a paradise for animals. There are many kinds of animals in the park, such as howler monkeys (Caray á), American crocodiles (yacar é), brown Mexican deer (guazunchos), Paraguay Magpie (Urraca Paraguay’s), black howler monkeys, purple magpies (urracas moradas), Stalin Yangji (IPACA á) and white-backed woodpeckers. These species are scattered in tropical shrubs, grasslands, lakes, and estuaries. They love each other, live in harmony, and work in peace and contentment.
23El Palmar National ParkParma National Park is located in the Midwest of Argentina’s EntreRios province. It was established in 1966 and covers an area of 85 kilometers. It was established to protect palm trees in this area. Parma National Park has a temperate humid continental monsoon climate. It is a prairie ecosystem, which is very suitable for the growth of palm trees. Palm trees in the park can be as high as 10 meters to 20 meters, with leaves up to 2.5 meters long, and bear juicy, thick-skinned, orange-sized tropical fruits. The life span of palm trees can reach 400 to 600 years. In other parts of the park, Robinia pseudoacacia and other typical xerophytes also grow. In addition to plants, there are also some animals, including woodpeckers, rabbits, and mice, foxes, etc.
24Iberá WetlandsIbera marsh is the second largest wetland in South America, second only to the panta reserve in Brazil. Located in the middle of the province of corintes, it is a water source integrating marshes, lakes, rivers, and ponds. The ibera marsh covers an area of 1.4 million hectares. The clear water is the habitat of Dorado and other fish, making the ibera marsh a destination for fishing enthusiasts.
Ibera marsh is famous for its biodiversity, among which four kinds of animals are the most eye-catching, known as “provincial nature reserves”, namely otters, maned wolves, prairie deer, and South American deer in the Neotropical region. In addition, it is also the hometown of alligators and blunt alligators, and the habitat of more than 350 kinds of birds. With the diversified natural ecology, this area can engage in a variety of activities: Rural Tourism in the agricultural industry, hiking, bicycle travel, horse riding activities, two or four-wheel carriage experience, 4WD off-road vehicle travel, mountain bike travel, photography travel, nature viewing travel and bird watching travel of various routes. The water activities in its waters include speedboats, canoes, rubber boats, sailboats, water skiing, motorboats, windsurfing, and other sports.
25Talan Baya National ParkTalanbaya National Park is located in La Rioja Province, Argentina, 60 kilometers away from Tuanjie village and 240 kilometers away from La Rioja city. In 2000, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization announced that it would be included in the human cultural heritage.
Because of the erosion of mountains and water, the shape of mountains has been changed and various attractive patterns have been formed. Each mountain is named for its special shape, such as the Lost City, Dr. Oriental, chess board, church, monk, Yantai mountain, etc. The ruins that can be seen in the past are 145 meters high. Local fossil sites are as important as natural landscapes. There are tortoise fossils from 210 million years ago. In addition, there are three routes to the Talan Baya National Park: the earth Ridge Route, the drawer route, and the Lost City route.
26PampaPampa, also known as pampas grassland, is an important geographical area of Argentina and the core of Argentina. Most of the land has been turned into farmland and pastures. The West and south of Buenos Aires are the main agricultural areas of Argentina, which are also rich in grapes, but it is prone to floods in the rainy season, and other areas are animal husbandry areas.
Argentina is the second largest beef-producing country in the world. The number of cattle in Argentina is more than the population. Most of them are produced in Pampa, which is located in the middle of the country. Due to its vast territory and sparse population, agriculture and animal husbandry are quite extensive. Maria ranch, located in Santa Fe Province, has a radius of more than 6000 hectares and employs only seven or eight workers. The rancher and manager have not been able to “inspect” once a year, and the daily management of the ranch is all in the charge of the supervisor.
In addition to animal husbandry, Pemba grassland is the granary of Argentina, and its products include wheat, corn, etc. the climate near the sea in the East is humid, and the climate in the southwest is dry. Buenos Aires, the capital, is located here, where many beach resorts are located. Due to the indiscriminate killing of people and the invasion of cattle, the number of llamas native to the pampas grassland is decreasing. There are many kinds of birds here, and they mostly inhabit riverbanks and low wetlands.
The fat and tender grass on the PAMPA prairie fosters the delicious beef of Argentina and also creates the special style of the Argentine Cowboy (gauchos). In the morning, drive through the grassland to visit the pasture, visit the wild wind and cloud, watch the cowboy equestrian stunt, and taste Argentine beef. Originating from the working class of the seaport, the music and dance of the Argentine Tango have long been popular all over the world.
The natural environment of Pemba grassland is quite superior. The terrain is flat, the soil layer is deep, the soil is fertile, rainy in summer, dry in winter, and the production season reaches more than half a year; In addition, it also makes the region an important exporter of grain; The harvest season of its crops is just opposite to that in the northern hemisphere, which is conducive to regulating the supply of raw materials.
27AconcaguaAconcagua, 6964 meters above sea level, is the highest peak in South America. Located at 32.39 degrees south latitude and 70.14 degrees west longitude, it belongs to the southern segment of the Andes of the Cordillera system and is at the northwest end of Mendoza province at the border between Argentina and Chile. Formed by the orogeny of the Andes, it is named Aconcagua because of the color Arauca (also known as aconca, which is written as action cahuak in Quechua).
Akongjiagua peak is also the highest-extinct volcano on earth. In 1897, human beings first climbed akongagua peak. The investigation confirmed that it was composed of volcanic rocks. The shape of the mountain was conical, and there was a concave crater on the top of the mountain, which was a typical volcano. After consulting the information about the volcanic eruption in this area, it was not found that it erupted again after someone, so it became the highest dead volcano recognized in the world.
Cordillera mountain system is the longest folded mountain system in the world. The “Pacific Rim mountain tether”, belongs to one of the two mountain tethers in the world. It starts from Alaska in the United States in the north, and goes directly to Tierra del Fuego in Argentina along the western border of the north and South American continents, with a length of 15000 kilometers from north to south. This mountain system is composed of the coastal mountains, rocky mountains, Sierra Nevada, Madre mountains in North America, and the Andes Mountains in South America. Its natural environment is complex and diverse, including almost all climate biological zones on the earth, forming a variety of different vertical zone structures.
The Andes, the longest mountain range in the world, is located in the west of the South American continent, with a total length of 9000 kilometers, almost three and a half times that of the Himalayas. It consists of a series of parallel mountains and the Hengduan Mountains, with plateaus and valleys between them. This mountain range is high and steep, with an average altitude of 3900 meters, and there are more than 50 peaks exceeding 6000 meters. Among them, akongagua, the highest peak in the Western Hemisphere, is 6964 meters above sea level.
28Southern Fuegian RailwayThe southern Fuegian railway, also known as the end of the world train, is a 500 mm wide steam railway located on the Argentine island of Tierra del Fuego. Originally built to transport timber to Ushuaia prison, it is now used to transport passengers to Tierra del Fuego National Park. It is the southernmost railway in the world.
29The Argentine Glacier National Park is located in the south of Argentina, on the east side of the Patagonia mountains in the southern section of the Andes, which runs through the western part of the South American continent. It belongs to the Patagonia plateau, Santa Cruz Province, Argentina. The glacier lake where the glacier park is located is called Lake Argentina, with an area of 1414 square kilometers.
Located in the high latitude area of 52 degrees south latitude, it is not far from Tierra del Fuego, the southernmost tip of South America, and it is relatively far from the capital Buenos Aires. It is about a 3-hour flight. The nearest town is karafat, 30 kilometers away. All travelers must first reach karafat before coming to Glacier National Park.
Glacier National Park is a strange and beautiful natural scenic spot. There are rugged mountains and many ice lakes, including Lake Argentina, which is 100 miles long. At the junction of the three glaciers at the far end of the lake, milky gray ice water poured down, and huge floating ice like a small dome rushed into the lake with a thunderous roar
The Patagonia ice sheet is the largest ice-covered land on earth except for the Antarctic continent. There are 47 glaciers originating from the Patagonia ice sheet in the Argentine Glacier National Park, and the Argentine lake where the park is located receives ice streams and ice blocks from dozens of surrounding glaciers, the most famous of which is the Moreno glacier.
It is famous because it is a rare glacier that is still “alive” in the world. The wonders of ice avalanches can be seen here every day. In 1945, Argentina listed it as a national park for protection, and in 1981, it was listed as the world natural heritage of the United Nations. The great ice avalanche of Moreno glacier in March this year has attracted the attention of all countries in the world.
30Argentina glacier national parkThe Argentine Glacier National Park is located in the south of Argentina, on the east side of the Patagonia mountains in the southern section of the Andes, which runs through the western part of the South American continent. It belongs to the Patagonia plateau, Santa Cruz Province, Argentina. The glacier lake where the glacier park is located is called Lake Argentina, with an area of 1414 square kilometers.
Located in the high latitude area of 52 degrees south latitude, it is not far from Tierra del Fuego, the southernmost tip of South America, and it is relatively far from the capital Buenos Aires. It is about a 3-hour flight. The nearest town is karafat, 30 kilometers away. All travelers must first reach karafat before coming to Glacier National Park.
Glacier National Park is a strange and beautiful natural scenic spot. There are rugged mountains and many ice lakes, including Lake Argentina, which is 100 miles long. At the junction of the three glaciers at the far end of the lake, milky gray ice water poured down, and huge floating ice like a small dome rushed into the lake with a thunderous roar
The Patagonia ice sheet is the largest ice-covered land on earth except for the Antarctic continent. There are 47 glaciers originating from the Patagonia ice sheet in the Argentine Glacier National Park, and the Argentine lake where the park is located receives ice streams and ice blocks from dozens of surrounding glaciers, the most famous of which is the Moreno glacier.
It is famous because it is a rare glacier that is still “alive” in the world. The wonders of ice avalanches can be seen here every day. In 1945, Argentina listed it as a national park for protection, and in 1981, it was listed as the world natural heritage of the United Nations. The great ice avalanche of Moreno glacier in March this year has attracted the attention of all countries in the world.
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