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Argentinian Gaucho Woman

Argentinian gaucho woman, called la china from the Quechua: muchacha and, by extension, hembra, is an important part of Argentine culture.   At the beginning of its history, the gaucho woman was in the background. It was an institution at the time, that they were kidnapped by gauchos as spoils ...
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The Gaucho and the Asado

Whenever we talk about gauchos, we talk about asado. There is a simple reason for this: gauchos were hunters at first, and then started to raise cattle in Argentina. Over time, they went from just eating meat to mastering the art of an asado. Asado is a big part of the Argentine culture, and this [&...
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The Gaucho as a Symbol

There are several characteristics that one can define to identify a gaucho. One of them is by his clothing, the gaucho was dressed with “bombachas de campo”, wide pants to ride, poncho to keep warm from the cold, wool belt and another leather belt adorned with coins, high boots or espadr...
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