Aborigin Overview

Different indigenous races inhabited Patagonia thousands of years before the arrival of the Spaniards.  Their culture was not advanced and this is the reason why we find only a few traces of these peoples (funeral deposits, caves, cave paintings, stone…
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Aborigines in Patagonia

Different indigenous races inhabited Patagonia thousands of years before the arrival of the Spaniards. Their lives were conditioned by a very hostile environment. Learn the details of their history and what is their current situation.
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The Mapuche

The Mapuche (people of the earth, in their language) was one of the major aboriginal groups in Patagonia. They arrived in Patagonia Argentina from Chile, where they originated. They were collectors and hunters, but one of their most relevant feature…
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The Araucan Curanto

The Curanto Tradition When we arrived in Colonia Suiza, we found a history of movements, changes, of belonging and not belonging, with the history of a man searching for a place to settle and build his dreams. It is as…
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Current situation of Aboriginal people

Today the aboriginal ethnic group with the most descendants in Patagonia is the Mapuche. We present you a brief summary of the living conditions and current distribution. The Mapuche indigenous population is concentrated between the central zone and the pre-Andean range in the Provinces of Neuquén, Río Negro and Chubut.…
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