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Argentina

Argentina

Argentina is undoubtedly a beautiful and diverse country and I wish we had had more time and more funds to fully explore this immense country. However, with limited resources we still managed to take in a good part of the country and below you will find photos of the places we did manage to visit. .

For where we stayed and our budget view our Argentina route page.

Places of interest we visited:

San Salvador de Jujuy

Argentina, San Salvador de Jujuy - colourful mountains on the way to

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Quebrada de Purmamarca

Argentina, Quebrada de Purmamarca - amazing colours of the mountains

Argentina, Quebrada de Purmamarca - contrasting colours and interesting rock formations

Argentina, Quebrada de Purmamarca - fantastic spectrum of mountain colours

Argentina, Quebrada de Purmamarca - from greens to purples

Argentina, Quebrada de Purmamarca - last look on the mountains

Argentina, Quebrada de Purmamarca - mountain of seven colours in the background of town

Argentina, Quebrada de Purmamarca - start of the seven colours mountain trail

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Salta

Argentina, Salta - cathedral on the plaza 9 de Julio

Argentina, Salta - panoramic views from teleferico

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Iguazu Falls – Argentina

Argentina, Puerto Iguazu - spectacular sunset colours

Argentina, Iguazu National Park - group of butterflies

Argentina, Iguazu National Park - views of waterfalls on San Martin island crossing

Argentina, Iguazu National Park - views across waterfalls on a path above

Argentina, Iguazu National Park - Devil's Throat (Garganta del Diablo) waterfall from San Martin island

Argentina, Iguazu National Park - huge mist at the Devil's Throat (Garganta del Diablo) waterfall

Argentina, Iguazu National Park - first look into Devil's Throat (Garganta del Diablo) waterfall

Argentina, Iguazu National Park - Devil's Throat (Garganta del Diablo) waterfall

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Iguazu Falls – Brazil

Brazil, Iguazu National Park - San Martin waterfall from the distance

Brazil, Iguazu National Park - approaching Devil's Throat (Garganta del Diablo) waterfall

Brazil, Iguazu National Park - Devil's Throat (Garganta del Diablo) waterfall behind heavy mist

Brazil, Iguazu National Park - Devil's Throat (Garganta del Diablo) waterfall from the highest viewing platform

Brazil, Iguazu National Park - wall of water on side of the Devil's Throat (Garganta del Diablo) waterfall

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Parque das Aves (Bird Park) – Brazil

Brazil, Parque das Aves (Bird Park) - aligator and turtle pit

Brazil, Parque das Aves (Bird Park) - king voltures

Brazil, Parque das Aves (Bird Park) - macaws

Brazil, Parque das Aves (Bird Park) - tucan

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Buenos Aires

Argentina, Buenos Aires - Avenida 9 de Julio, one of the widest in the world

Argentina, Buenos Aires - Casa Rosada and Plaza de Mayo

Argentina, Buenos Aires, Center - San Martin park

Argentina, Buenos Aires, Palermo - north part of the Japanese garden

Argentina, Buenos Aires, Palermo - south part of the Japanese garden

Argentina, Buenos Aires, San Telmo - interesting pink facade of a shop

Argentina, Buenos Aires, San Telmo - unique five blue-dome orthodox church

Argentina, Buenos Aires, Recoleta Cemetery - angel monument

Argentina, Buenos Aires, Recoleta Cemetery - angels

Argentina, Buenos Aires, Recoleta Cemetery - streets full of monuments

Argentina, Buenos Aires, La Boca - Casa Amarilla

Argentina, Buenos Aires, La Boca - colourful paintings on walls on Caminito

Argentina, Buenos Aires, La Boca - pretty building at Garibaldi's corner

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Mendoza

Argentina, Mendoza - cafes on pedestrianised Paetonal Sarmiento

Argentina, Maipu, Baudron winery - huge out of use oak wine barrels and classic car

Argentina, Maipu, Pasrai - modern machines in the olive oil processing plan

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