Globalization and World Cities Research Network accessdate April 15, 2012 Buenos Aires, Argentina has the third best quality of life of Latin American cities. Commons:Category:Buenos Aires Wikipedia:Buenos Aires Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina Provinces Buenos Aires City
longs 39 longEW W elevation_m 27 postal_code_type Postal code postal_code 70000 area_code_type Dial plan (Telephone numbers in Uruguay) area_code +598 452 (+5 digits) website '''Colonia del Sacramento''' ( After his jump to the American scene, Barreto did very little work for the Uruguayan market. Among the things he worked on in his country we can find comic stories for the book Historiet@s.uy (2000) and Freeway magazine; and the cover for Jaime Roos's album "Hermano Te Estoy Hablando" (2009). He taught comic book classes in ORT university, and was part of the jury in one of the comic contests for Montevideo Comics, a local convention. In 2004 he illustrated a science fiction prose novel, ''Guide To A Universe'', by writer Natalia Mardero; and in 2005 ''Memories Of A Flu'', a children's novel by writer Helen Velando. Among other works scripted by himself, around 2009 he was working on a new adaptation of the book ''Ismael'', by Uruguayan writer Eduardo Acevedo Díaz, and a historical graphic novel set in Colonia del Sacramento, during viceroy's Pedro de Cevallos time. However, these works were never finished, perhaps due to the health issues he would undergo, or was already suffering from. - align center rowspan 4 1777 align center October 1 bgcolor #FFE5CC The Kingdom of Spain and the Kingdom of Portugal signs the First Treaty of San Ildefonso, confirming almost all the borders defined by the Treaty of Madrid (Treaty of Madrid (1750)), with the exception that Spain would rule both Colonia del Sacramento and the Misiones Orientales. - - align center 1750 align center January 13 bgcolor #FFE5CC The Kingdom of Spain and the Kingdom of Portugal signs the Treaty of Madrid (Treaty of Madrid (1750)). Based on the ''uti possidetis'' concept, Portugal gains lands on the actual south, central and north regions of Brazil. The treaty also stipulated that Spain would receive the Colonia del Sacramento and Portugal the Misiones Orientales. - align center 1715 bgcolor #FFE5CC The Kingdom of Spain returns Colonia del Sacramento to the Kingdom of Portugal. - 100px The Buildings of downtown Buenos Aires seen from the ecological reserve located in the argentine bank of the River Plate. (Image:The Buildings of downtown Buenos Aires.jpg) '''Buenos Aires''' (English (English language): Fair Winds, originally ''Ciudad de la Santísima Trinidad y Puerto de Santa María de los Buenos Aires'', City of the Holy Trinity and Port of Saint Mary of the Fair Winds) is the capital (Capital (political)) of Argentina and its largest city and port, as well as one of the largest cities in Latin America and the world. Buenos Aires is located on the southern shore of the Río de la Plata, on the southeastern coast of the South American continent, opposite Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay.
in the Falklands War. Obituary ''The Guardian'', Thursday 2 April 2009
to recognize the Armenian Genocide during the electoral campaigns, but after being elected, has not used the word genocide in his first annual April 24 speech in 2009. See Armenia - Uruguay relations * Armenia is represented in Uruguay through its embassy in Buenos Aires (Argentina) and an honorary consulate in Montevideo. Uruguayan Ministry of Foreign Relations: directions of the representation of Armenia in Uruguay Commons:Category:Argentina Wikipedia:Argentina Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina
; thumb 240px left Plaza de la Constitución (File:PlazaConstitución.jpg) Palacio Salvo, at the intersection of 18 de Julio Avenue and Plaza Independencia, was designed by the architect Mario Palanti and completed in 1925. Palanti, an Italian immigrant living in Buenos Aires, used a similar design for his Palacio Barolo in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Palacio Salvo stands high, including its antenna. It is built on the former site of the Confitería La Giralda, renowned for being
Barcelona internacional – Ciutats agermanades publisher 2006–2009 Ajuntament de Barcelona language Spanish accessdate 13 July 2009 * Buenos Aires, Argentina (Buenos Aires)
-in-portuguese-brazil en por-bra The two cities with the greatest number of people of Galician descent outside of Galicia itself are Buenos Aires, Argentina, and nearby Montevideo, Uruguay, where immigration from Galicia was so significant that Argentines and Uruguayans now commonly refer to all Spaniards as ''gallegos'' (Galicians).
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* ) is a prefecture-level city in northwestern Anhui province (province of China), People's Republic of China. It borders Huaibei to the northeast, Bengbu to the southeast, Huainan to the south, Fuyang to the southwest, and the province of Henan to the north. Sister
, with plans for political integration in the European Union style. * Approximately 120,000 Uruguayans have Irish ancestors. * Ireland (Republic of Ireland) is represented in Uruguay through its embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina. * Uruguay is represented in Ireland (Republic of Ireland) through its embassy in London, United Kingdom. * Ireland (Republic of Ireland) is represented in Uruguay through its embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina. * Uruguay is represented in Ireland (Republic of Ireland) through its embassy in London, United Kingdom. - valign "top" There were a total of 19,269 immigrants in 2006: 7,472 from the Former Soviet Union (Soviet Union), 3,595 from Ethiopia, 2,411 from France, 2,159 from the United States, 594 from the United Kingdom, 304 from India, 293 from Argentina, 232 from Brazil, 228 from Canada, 142 from Colombia, 134 from Venezuela, 114 from South Africa, 112 from Germany, 91 from Belgium, 91 from Central America, 85 from Switzerland, 73 from Uruguay, 72 from Mexico, 66 from Oceania, 63 from Hungary, 61 from Chile, 50 from Romania and 50 from the Netherlands. Eleven minutes after the declaration went into force, the United States ''de facto'' recognised (International recognition of Israel) the State of Israel, End of Palestine mandate, The Times, 15 May 1948 followed by Shah (Pahlavi dynasty) Mohammad Reza Pahlavi's Iran (which had voted against the UN partition plan), Guatemala, Iceland, Nicaragua, Romania (Communist Romania), and Uruguay. The Soviet Union was the first nation to fully recognize Israel de jure on 17 May 1948, followed by Poland (People's Republic of Poland), Czechoslovakia (History of Czechoslovakia (1948–1989)), Yugoslavia (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia), Ireland, and South Africa.
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'''Yuracaré''' (also '''Yurakaré''', '''Yurakar''', '''Yuracare''', '''Yurucare''', '''Yuracar''', '''Yurakare''', '''Yurujuré''', '''Yurujare''') is an endangered (endangered language) language isolate of central Bolivia in Cochabamba (Cochabamba Department) and Beni (Beni Department) departments spoken by the Yuracaré people.