Kazakh Hero, Astana (Kazakhstan) Mario Cucinella Architects 2014

Kazakh Hero, Astana (Kazakhstan) Mario Cucinella Architects 2014

Jardín Francés. Rosario, Argentina

Jardín Francés. Rosario, Argentina

Ruinas jesuíticas en Misiones. Argentina.

Ruinas jesuíticas en Misiones. Argentina.

There are two theories about the colors of Argentina's flag. One of the theories is that the two blue stripes represents the Rio de la Plata (River of Sliver). White stripes represents the metal sliver. Argentina originates from the Latin word Argentum which means sliver.

Argentina Flag and Door - Buenos Aires LA BOCA district - Fine Art Travel Photography Print - 8x12

There are two theories about the colors of Argentina's flag. One of the theories is that the two blue stripes represents the Rio de la Plata (River of Sliver). White stripes represents the metal sliver. Argentina originates from the Latin word Argentum which means sliver.

Iguazu. Argentina

Iguazu. Argentina

Parque Nacional Calilegua, provincia de Jujuy, Argentina

Parque Nacional Calilegua, provincia de Jujuy, Argentina

Merlo | San Luis | Argentina

Merlo | San Luis | Argentina

Planeta azul, Mendoza, Argentina    Planning a trip to Argentina? Need a rental car?  #carrental #carhire #argentina  www.car-booker.com

Planeta azul, Mendoza, Argentina Planning a trip to Argentina? Need a rental car? #carrental #carhire #argentina www.car-booker.com

Iguazu Falls, Argentina, Brasil... excuse me while i pick up my jaw off the ground.. this is gorgeous! TAKE ME THERE!!!!

Iguazu Falls, Argentina, Brasil... excuse me while i pick up my jaw off the ground.. this is gorgeous! TAKE ME THERE!!!!

the salinas grandes, argentina Deep in the desert, you might think this massive dried-up lake is a field of snow-- but upon closer inspection it becomes a 80-square-mile salt flat that glistens like a giant mirror when it rains. The Salinas Grandes are difficult to get to, but people will probably start making the trek once they're over Bolivia's Salar de Uyuni salt flats, which are much more well-known and heavily touristed.

17 Places To Travel Before They Get Famous

the salinas grandes, argentina Deep in the desert, you might think this massive dried-up lake is a field of snow-- but upon closer inspection it becomes a 80-square-mile salt flat that glistens like a giant mirror when it rains. The Salinas Grandes are difficult to get to, but people will probably start making the trek once they're over Bolivia's Salar de Uyuni salt flats, which are much more well-known and heavily touristed.

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