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National Parks

Chaco National Park
The Chaco National Park in Argentina is a protected area and contains of quebracho trees. The quebracho trees were once located in the north of Santa Fe and the western part of Chaco. Chaco National Park in Argentina is a wonderful place to admire nature at its best. With variety of harbors like scrubland, swamps and lakes, the Chaco National Park makes people to relax with nature. The park is endowed with abundance of fauna. Some of the places worth visiting in the park are Panza de Cabra Lake, Yacare Lake and Carpincho Lake. Argentina Tour

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Los Glaciares National Park
Los Glaciares National Park is in the area Austral Andes in Argentina. The major attraction of the park is the Perito Moreno Glacier which is formed by huge moving ice blocks. There are floating icebergs which are sites not to be missed. Los Glaciares National Park has number of lakes like Lake Viedma, Lake Argentino and the Filtz Roy Mountain, as well the beautiful glaciers.

San Rafael Lagoon National Park
The San Rafael Lagoon National Park in Argentina located in Aysen region. San Rafael Lagoon National Park in Argentina is known for its amazing glaciers, the most famous in San Rafael. Various species of marine and land birds such as huala duck, the cormorant, black-necked swan and the black-browed albatross, dolphins, chungungos, fur seals and elephant seals.


Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
Buenos Aires is one of the important fine arts museums of the former water pump house. Inaugurated in 1933, the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes have a widespread collection of international and national artwork. The ground floor displays international artists from the Middle Ages through the 20th century which includes Rodin’s famous sculpture The Kiss, as well as works by Picasso, Modigliani, Pollack, and Degas. On the upper floor is a room dedicated to Pre-Colombian art, as well as a permanent collection of works by Argentine artists, such as Pettoruti and Pueyrredón.

Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires
The museum was inaugurated in 2001, features modern and contemporary Latin American art from the 20th century through present day. The private collection of Eduardo F. Costantini, over two hundred and seventy pieces by artists such as Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, Antonio Berni, and Joaquín Torres García. Designed to be an educational, multicultural meeting space, the MALBA also hosts temporary exhibits, movies, workshops, and lectures, as well as a café and bookstore.

Buque Museo Fragata Presidente Sarmiento
Inaugurated in the year 1897, the Fragata Presidente Sarmiento was a naval vessel dedicated solely to teaching. The ship sailed international waters as part of the Armada Argentina (Argentine Navy 1899-1938), but never saw battle. After retiring from service in 1960, it was transformed into a floating museum. Anchored in Puerto Madero, the museum offers insight into life as a sailor as well as chronicles the ship’s history. Visitors can wander around the outer deck, living quarters, and engine room.

Museo de Artes Plásticas Eduardo Sívori
Founded in 1938 and named for the painter credited with introducing naturalism to Argentina, the museum features Argentine art of all styles from the first half of the 20th century through present day. Located in front of the rose garden in Palermo’s Parque Tres de Febrero is the Museo de Artes Plásticas Eduardo Sívori. In addition to a permanent collection of national artists, the museum also displays temporary exhibits, and houses a gift shop, café, and a lovely sculpture garden.

Andes Mountains
The Andes Mountains is recognized as the world's longest range that forms a chain of unbroken highlands in South America. A part of the mountain range falls in Chile and another is situated in Argentina. The highest peak of the range is Mt. Aconcagua, which is situated 6959 meters above the sea level. Birds found in the mountain range are Flamingo, condor, Hill star Hummingbird and Andean Flicker. The Andes mountain range is a place for nature as well as adventure sports lovers who can enjoy sports like trekking, rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking and cave exploration.