Buenos Aires

What is Buenos Aires known for?


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title Encyclopedia of Latin American and Caribbean Art pages 614 author Jane Turner, ed. publisher Macmillan Reference Limited date 2000 accessdate 2009-04-27 In 1942, while the world was in the depths of World War II, he set out on a single-handed circumnavigation of the Southern Ocean. He left Buenos Aires in June, sailing ''LEHG II'', a 31-foot ketch an acronym representing "four names which marked my life". He had only the most basic


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Association NBA 's Houston Rockets. He formerly was a Euroleague (Euroleague Basketball) star with the ACB (Liga ACB)'s Saski Baskonia. His nickname is Luifa. DATE OF BIRTH April 30, 1980 PLACE OF BIRTH Buenos Aires, Argentina DATE OF DEATH Foreign correspondent in Latin America and Europe Redmont, who has a reading and speaking knowledge of French and Spanish, began his work as a foreign correspondent during his Pulitzer Traveling Fellowship


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construction worker and a socialist who, with his wife, was part of numerous support missions for the International Brigades in the Spanish Civil War, aiding the anti-fascist (Second Spanish Republic) front. Guido di Tella, the newly designated Ambassador to Washington (Federal government of the United States), named Telerman his press attaché in 1990. He later took on various diplomatic responsibilities: he was Secretary for Institutional Relations and Spokesman to the Foreign Affairs Office between 1991 and 1992; in 1993 he became the Press Attaché of the Argentine Embassy in París, and from 1995 to 1998 a Consultant to the General Secretary of the Organization of American States (OEA), former Colombian President Dr. César Gaviria , as well as Public Information Director of the OEA. In 1998 he was appointed Ambassador to Cuba. He returned to Buenos Aires to be an advisor and consultant for the unsuccessful presidential campaign of Peronist candidate Eduardo Duhalde, and in 1999 he was elected to the Argentine Chamber of Deputies, representing Buenos Aires. *August 26 – Manager Peter Reid is fired by Manchester City and succeeded by Brian Horton. *September 5 – Colombia national football team pull one of the largest upsets in soccer by defeating Argentina national football team 0-5 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. *September 22 – Dutch striker Wim Kieft plays his last match for the Netherlands national football team in the World Cup Qualifier against San Marino (San Marino national football team). The White Helmets participate in scenarios of natural or man-made disasters and socio-economic crises, employing volunteer work and managing international financial support. It depends on the Argentine Ministry of Foreign Relations. Its central seat is located in Buenos Aires. Within the UN, the White Helmets Commission works closely with the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) and the United Nations Volunteers (UNV). Career Di Cello was born in Mexico City, Mexico. When she was four, she moved with her family to Buenos Aires. Nadia di Cello, Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre (:pt:Nadia di Cello) Di Cello demonstrated interest in becoming an actress at a very early age. In 1996, she auditioned for a Telefe production named ''Chiquititas'' and captured the role of "Nadia". In 1999, however, Di Cello changed the role, and now portrayed "María Fernández". She reprised the role of "María Fernández" in two ''Chiquititas'' related works, a television mini series ''Chiquititas'' and her film debut ''Chiquititas: Rincón de luz''. Argentina Word of Life Argentina began in 1971. In 1972, Commons:Category:Buenos Aires Wikipedia:Buenos Aires Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina Provinces Buenos Aires City


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for ''Timun Mas'', a publisher that specializes in the genre. Early life Prieto was one of five sons of a Creole (Creole peoples) officer (officer (armed forces)) in Concepción (Concepción, Chile). After finishing school, he joined the cavalry garrison in his home town. In 1810, he joined the Chilean fight for independence against his father's will. He met Manuela Warnes García de Zúñiga in Buenos Aires and married her in 1812. During the Chilean War of Independence, he


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of the first tangos were written and performed. * Susanna and the Magical Orchestra recorded a slow, stripped down version of the song on the record ''Melody Mountain'' in 2006. * Argentine neo-tango band from Buenos Aires Tanghetto did an instrumental version with the bandoneon taking the role of the lead voice. This was included in their ''Buenos Aires Remixed'' album as track 3. Tanghetto's version charted in Greece and other countries of Eastern Europe. * Texas Lightning, a German country band with Olli Dittrich, did a cover of the song. *The first division, "'''Bloqueo'''", was placed under the command of John Charles Pritz. It was tasked with blockading traffic to and from the principle port of Buenos Aires and secondary departure points such as Las Conchas, Ensenada de Barragán, and the mouth of the Salado River (Salado River (Buenos Aires)). *The second division, named "'''Oriental'''" or "'''Mariath'''", was tasked with securing the Uruguayan coast from the mouth of the Uruguay River to the River Plate (Río de la Plata). The bulk of this division put under the command of the Frederico Mariath, who would later support the Third Division. Created in 2002, the VMALAs were held in the Jackie Gleason Theatre in Miami Beach, Florida until 2004. In 2005 the awards were to be held Wednesday, October 19 at the Xcaret Park's (Xcaret) Great Tlachco Theater in Playa del Carmen (close to Cancún), Quintana Roo, Mexico, for the first time in a different location since their creation. However, due to the approach of Hurricane Wilma towards the Mexican Riviera Maya, the show was moved from October 20 to the 19th, but it was eventually postponed. The date was then moved again, this time to December 22. A couple of months later, MTV decided that it was not feasible to have the show on the aforementioned scheduled date. Instead, the awards were given out on a 1 2 hour special where the winners received their awards after having practical jokes played on them (a la ''Punk'd''). Would-be hosts Molotov (Molotov (band)) hosted this special and played live on a public concert in Playa del Carmen. Another special aired that same day with some of the winners performing. Miranda! played from their studio in Argentina. Two songs from Juanes's concert in Buenos Aires were also filmed by MTV for this special, and Panda (Panda (band)) and Reik also performed from MTV's studios in Mexico City. Another half-hour special was broadcasted that day showing how the show was supposed to happen and the reaction of the artists and MTV's workers after they found out about its cancellation. The 2005 edition would have included performances by Shakira, Sean Paul, My Chemical Romance, Foo Fighters, Ricky Martin, Simple Plan, Miranda!, Babasónicos, Belinda (Belinda (entertainer)), and Good Charlotte. In America In the American colonies, the Sociedades Económicas were established in Havana (1793), Santiago, Chile, Santa Cruz de Mompox (1784), Santa Fe de Bogotá (under the name of "Patriotic Society", 1801) Buenos Aires, Guatemala, Quito, Caracas etc. Dr. José Gualberto Padilla and together with Román Baldorioty de Castro, founded the Puerto Rican chapter of the Sociedad Económica de los Amigos del País and called it "La Sociedad de Amigos del País de Puerto Rico". José Gualberto Padilla, “El Caribe” POR NADIA S. RIVERA CASTILLO "XVIII Hombre del Pasado"; By; Eugenio Astol; El Libro de Puerto Rico Only one of these American groups, that of Guatemala, is known to have had any significant local influence at the time, and only one of them lasted for a long period of time (that of Havana exists today). Their mission of promoting local economic development, especially industry, conflicted with the dictates of mercantilism, which held that the colonies should remain dependent on the mother country. To the degree that intellectual development lagged in the New World, the Societies also had to fight an uphill battle to popularise Enlightenment thinking in the context of a very conservative culture. birth_date Commons:Category:Buenos Aires Wikipedia:Buenos Aires Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina Provinces Buenos Aires City


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independent production company Cris Morena Group. She is the mother of the actress Romina Yan (†), and of the television producer Tomás Yankelevich. The soap was about a girls' orphanage, Rincón de Luz (Corner of Light), localized in Buenos Aires and the girls' dramas, first loves, frustration of not having families among other issues. The leading character and the children mentor was Belén, played by Cris' daughter Romina Yan. Villain for the first three seasons was Carmen, a very cruel woman who was one of the owners of the orphanage. ''Chiquititas'' was also heavily critically panned by media vehicle and associations during its seven years. The content of the show was criticized for being questionable, the songs were criticized for being heavily commercial, the show was criticized for being hypocritical, overly sexual and for showing an orphanage as a beautiful mansion full of expensively dressed stunning kids. Despite the lack of support by critics, ''Chiquititas'' had seven seasons, one feature film, over 400 licensed products, two international remakes, two spin-offs (Spin-off (media)) and over 1 million tickets sold during its six seasons at Teatro Gran Rex in Buenos Aires (the top-grossing live acts ever in the country). It was the first franchise in Argentina's television history and modified forever the way local productions were exported. To this day, it still on air in Latin America on cable channel Boomerang (Boomerang (TV network)). Rocha also has served as Deputy Principal Officer of the U.S. Interests Section in Havana, Cuba, as well as the Director for Inter-American Affairs at the National Security Council (United States National Security Council) in Washington, D.C.. From November 1991 until June 1994, Rocha was the Deputy Chief of Mission for the U.S. Embassy in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Prior to that, he was Deputy Political Counselor for the U.S. Embassy in Mexico City, Mexico. After October 1997, he served as Chargé d'affaires at the U.S. Embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina. From July to October 1997, he was the Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy. Contributions to Karate In 1995 Merriman was appointed Head Coach for the United States National Karate Team for the Olympic Sanctioned XII Pan American Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Commons:Category:Buenos Aires Wikipedia:Buenos Aires Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina Provinces Buenos Aires City


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composed significant works for chorus (choir) and orchestra. Presently he is the artistic director of the ''Orchestra della Magna Grecia'' in Taranto, Italy. Life and career '''Luis Enríquez Bacalov''' was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on 30 March 1933. Early on in his career, he composed scores for Spaghetti Western films, including ''Django (Django (film))'', ''Storm Rider'', also known as ''Il Grande Duello'', and ''The Price of Power''. 1957


opera debut

That Works journal Opera News month August year 2004 volume 69 issue 2 Her Metropolitan Opera debut, opening the Met's seventy-second season on October 29, 1956, was again with ''Norma'', Ross Parmenter, "Maria Callas Bows at Opening of 'Met'", ''New York Times'' (October 30, 1956), p. 1. but was preceded with an unflattering cover story in ''Time (Time (magazine))'' magazine, which rehashed all of the Callas clichés, including her temper, her supposed rivalry with Renata Tebaldi and especially her difficult relationship with her mother. As she had done with Lyric Opera of Chicago, on November 21, 1957, Callas gave a concert to inaugurate what then was billed as the Dallas Civic Opera (Dallas Opera), and helped establish that company with her friends from Chicago, Lawrence Kelly Commons:Category:Buenos Aires Wikipedia:Buenos Aires Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina Provinces Buenos Aires City


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also carry out the Orlando Letelier assassination in 1976. DATE OF DEATH September 30, 1974 PLACE OF DEATH Buenos Aires, Argentina Biography De Vicenzo was born in Villa Ballester, a western suburb of Buenos Aires, Argentina. He was raised in the Villa Pueyrredón neighborhood of Buenos Aires, and acquired the game of golf as a caddie. He developed his skills at the Ranelagh (Ranelagh, Buenos Aires) Golf Club, and later relocated to the town of the same name. Larsen was a six time Danish Champion (Danish Chess Championship) and a candidate for the World Chess Championship on four occasions, reaching the semi final three times. He had multiple wins over all seven World Champions who held the title from 1948 to 1985: Mikhail Botvinnik, Vasily Smyslov, Mikhail Tal, Tigran Petrosian, Boris Spassky, Bobby Fischer, and Anatoly Karpov., http: www.chessgames.com, the Bent Larsen games file but lifetime minus scores against them. On a percentage basis, his best score against a World Champion was with Max Euwe. Larsen and Euwe met over the board only once, at the Munich Olympiad in 1958 (1958 Chess Olympiad); the game ended in a draw. Commons:Category:Buenos Aires Wikipedia:Buenos Aires Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina Provinces Buenos Aires City


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pp117-19 *On 11 August 2010, Douglas DC-8-63F (Douglas DC-8) YA-VIC of Kam Air suffered a tailstrike on take-off from Kent International Airport, destroying an approach light. The aircraft

from Kent International Airport, United Kingdom, destroying an approach light. The aircraft was operating an international cargo flight to Buenos Aires, Argentina via the Cape Verde Islands

Buenos Aires

'''Buenos Aires''' (

The city of Buenos Aires is neither part of Buenos Aires Province nor the Province's capital; rather, it is an autonomous (autonomous city) district. The city limits were enlarged to include the towns of Belgrano (Belgrano, Buenos Aires) and Flores (Flores, Buenos Aires); both are now neighborhoods of the city (Barrios and Communes of Buenos Aires). The 1994 constitutional amendment (1994 amendment of the Argentine Constitution) granted the city autonomy (autonomous area), hence its formal name: '''''Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires''''' ('''Autonomous City of Buenos Aires'''). Its citizens first elected a Chief of Government (List of mayors and chiefs of government of Buenos Aires) (i.e. Mayor) in 1996; before, the Mayor was directly appointed by the President of the Republic (President of Argentina).

Buenos Aires is, along with Mexico City and São Paulo, one of the three Latin American cities considered an 'alpha city' by the study GaWC5 (Global city).

Buenos Aires is a top tourist destination,

People from Buenos Aires are referred to as ''porteños'' (people of the port (Port of Buenos Aires)). The city is the birthplace of the current pope, Francis (Pope Francis) (former Archbishop of Buenos Aires), and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands.

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