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“Our dreams change every year, our goals change. But one never changes friends: HAPPY NEW YEAR 2014.”
The Battle of the Vuelta de Obligado occurred on November 20, 1845, in Parana river, on its right bank and north of the province of Buenos Aires, on a bend where the channel narrows and turns, known as Vuelta de Obliged, in what is now the town of Obligado (San Pedro district). Argentina Confederation led […]
The love and dedication of women who were populating the World is celebrated since ancient times in different cultures and in different ways.
The International Book Day is celebrated worldwide with the aim of encouraging reading, publishing and the protection of intellectual property through copyright.
Experts of Legal Medical Service (SML) to exhume the remains of the poet Pablo Neruda to see if he died on September 23, 1973 due to his cancer or was murdered by the dictatorship installed just days before in the country.
After two days of Festival and 10 functions made, increased by 20% the number of viewers compared to 2012, reaching 1,000 people.
Cartoonist Manuel García Ferré died this morning at the German Hospital, at 83 years old, during a heart operation.
A wool tunic pre Viking was found next to a melting glacier in southern Norway, and it shows how global warming is becoming a boon for archeology.
For the first time, the world is celebrating today, Wednesday March 20, the ‘International Day of Happiness’.
Today we commemorate the International Women’s Day, which refers to women in general, both those who struggle day to day at home with their families, as those who participate in medicine, politics, human rights, science in society on an equal basis with men.
More than a billion of Asians celebrated on Sunday the arrival of the Snake year amid a din of firecrackers and fireworks, after the start of the festivities by Canadian singer Céline Dion, Saturday night on Chinese television.
Liu Bolin is a Chinese artist who is camouflaged in certain scenarios and then take pictures of the intervention. It has gained fame as “the invisible man” for his great ability to camouflage.
This is a compilation of the most striking images of 2012, taken from space by different satellites.
The Biennial of Moving Image (BIM) ended this Sunday with a very positive balance in terms of call for the Audiovisual Creation Prize Norberto Griffa, for which there were at least 500 works, in addition to the great guests who attended the event, including artists and theorists.
Japanese artist Chooo-San presented an illusory art representing zippers, electrical outlets, cords and buttons that adorn the bodies of young models.
The latest installment of Paranormal Activity premiered in Argentina on October 18 and the trailer is already in YouTube.
Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling lunches her new book, of the hit and generally received good reviews.
On 24 and 25 September 1812, the Northern Army under General Manuel Belgrano defeated the royalist troops in Tucumán.
The director of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE), José Manuel Blecua, announced that the new edition of the dictionary to be launched in 2014, include the words “tuitear”, “tuiteo”, “tuit” y “tuitero”, and eBook or blog.
The mystery of the legendary tango singer ended: His birth certificate with his country of origin was found.