Far West Bandits

The story of Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid in Patagonia could well have been taken out from a Hollywood Western production of the 50’s. However, it was not, though much…
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Money and glamour in Patagonia

In the last few decades,  Argentine Patagonia has experienced an unprecedented real estate boom. Many rich personalities have acquired huge estancias, great mansions and built unbelievable houses. Villa La Angostura…
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Rivers of Blood

Ever since humans became sedentary, the land and the water have been the main causes of conflict. The bloodiest wars have been fought over a bigger or smaller share of…
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Patagonia’s Issues

IndexArts and culture in PatagoniaPatagonia’s IssuesPatagonia CuriositiesWhat is Patagonia?Routes and corners to discoverEstancias at Andean PatagoniaEstancias at Patagonia’s PlateauEstancias in the coast of PatagoniaEstancias along Route 40
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Routes and corners to discover

IndexArts and culture in PatagoniaPatagonia’s IssuesPatagonia CuriositiesWhat is Patagonia?Routes and corners to discoverEstancias at Andean PatagoniaEstancias at Patagonia’s PlateauEstancias in the coast of PatagoniaEstancias along Route 40
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Patagonia Curiosities

IndexArts and culture in PatagoniaPatagonia’s IssuesPatagonia CuriositiesWhat is Patagonia?Routes and corners to discoverEstancias at Andean PatagoniaEstancias at Patagonia’s PlateauEstancias in the coast of PatagoniaEstancias along Route 40
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Steam treasure

Patagonia is always seducing, with its large extensions, its magical scenery of plateaus, sea, mountains, lakes and rivers. But also with its affectionate people and with a few non-natural attractions,…
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Patagonian Wine

Traditionally two regions of Argentina were characterized by the production of wines: Mendoza and Salta. But since not long ago wines from Patagonia have taken off and there are several…
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What is Patagonia?

Maybe that fantastic land populated by strange animals and plants; of giants dressed in coats made of skins sewed together; the mysterious latitude as described by Antonio Pigafetta, chronicler of…
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The Cold Region Wines

In this article by Jorge Impellizzeri you’ll learn about the best wine production areas in Patagonia and the special characteristics of their wines due to the particular climate of the…
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The Nahuelito Enigma

Reality or fiction? A reliable observation or a clever joke? Once again, we are faced with the dilemma of taking sides in a matter that, historically, has generated controversy. Does…
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Patagonian Landscapes

A photographic exhibition of the End of the World     A unique, surprising and accurate view. Photographers Alberto Cortés and Eduardo Frías, both from the city of Viedma, Province…
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Patagonia’s Lighthouses

Lighthouses are an emblem of sailors and Patagonia, discovered, respected and even feared by seamen, conserves many of these artifacts. The word lighthouse (“faro” in Spanish) comes from Pharos, the…
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FAQs and Tips

If you are planning a trip to Patagonia, or just curious about this remote and mysterious region, you may probably have many questions. In this article we will try to…
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The Whirlwind

The four elements of life are vital to understand the Mapuche viewpoint. The air symbolizes the force that pushes existence, although there are good winds and bad ones. Here you…
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