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View Photographer's Profile. Foto: Emilio Campi www. Overview and HistoryHoly steak and tango! In Buenos Aires they eat more meat than anywhere else in the world.
When I was in New York I met a woman from Argentina who told me, "My father says to eat steak with rice and beans three times a day and you will be strong.
Warm climate and open space have allowed the beef industry to thrive here, and you will not be able to avoid noticing that trend when you go out to eat. Steak houses here are called parillas, which means "grills". You can't throw a rock without hitting two or three of them. Sink your teeth into La Cabrera and die happy. Here are some facts for whoever likes to read words on a photo website: Buenos Aires is the capital city of Argentina. With its population of 13 million, it's the third largest city in Latin America.
Buenos Aires was made known to the Europeans around the sixteenth century. Juan Diaz de Solis, a Spaniard, was the first European to land there. That was in the year , and Juan was killed by the natives. Sailors, fair winds, trade routes, etc. It's a big city full of people who refer to themselves as "portenos" or people of the port. Portenos joke about how Mexicans come from the Aztecs, Peruvians from the Incas, and Portenos from the boats.
Back in the days of piracy on the high seas who said those are gone? They set up a contraband trade route to circumvent Spanish taxation, eventually earning the status of an open port by the year As in all places, a strong basis in trade led to financial independence for Buenos Aires. Word of the French Revolution spread there and its people began to seek their political independence as well, to become free of the Spanish crown. Local militias successfully defended against two British invasions and , and ran with that momentum to break free from Spain in May 25th is their national independence day, called May Revolution Day.