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Barrera, Francisco Boccio, Martin Colombo Berra, Ramiro Collares, Gonzalo De Giusti, Franca
Italian Associations in Rosario: Veneto: http://www.venetorosario.org.ar/home.htm That day, September 4, 1984 when a small number of Venetians and descendants, called by the Baron Lino remembered always, came together to found the Association "Family Rosary Veneta." Alcara Li Fusi: http://www.asocalcaralifusi.com.ar/web/eventos Founded in 1957
Typical Dances in Italy:
In Nuoro, Sardinia, are typical: Your Passu Torrau, Your Dillu. Your Dance, Ballu and Ballu tundu dated fa. In Tuscany you Trescone il, the manfrina, the Quadriglia, il ballo rooster. In the center the pastorale and tamburellate. In Campania: il laccio d'amore and tamoriata. In Southern Italy: tammurriatta, Tarantella and Pizzica. In the region of Le Marche you gajinella, the mazurka, the Marcetta, the manfrina. In Puglia the Taranta.
The Teatro alla Scala di Milano is one of the most important opera houses of Italy and the world.
One of the symbols of culture in Italy: the Basilica of San Marco in Venice.
St. Peter's Square.
Leaning Tower of Pisa.
Paintings recognized worldwide:
The last supper.
The Mona Lisa.
Source regions The reasons so many Italians moving to the New World were many. The Italians started in the second half of the nineteenth century to migrate not only to Argentina, but Brazil, the United States and other American countries. In 1860 Italy was divided between small states like the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, the Papal States, the Grand Duchy of Tuscany and the Kingdom of Sardinia (and also the Austrian Empire). Consequently the nationalist movement, led by Giuseppe Mazzini and Giuseppe Garibaldi, began to struggle violently to the unification of Italy in the Italian states under a constitutional monarchy, a process known in Italian history as the Risorgimento. Despite the success of the process of finding your goal, the wars of the period and the disunity of the new entity initially created social and economic disruption in Italy (which was composed of relatively wealthy states in the north, as the Kingdom of Sardinia and Lombardy and agricultural states but very poor in the south as Sicily and Naples). Even more difficult to reconcile were the differences between the many dialects of the Italian language in various parts of the country (there were ten only in Sicily).
Arrival in Argentina
A sculpture in honor of Resistance in Italian pioneers. Most Italians who moved to northern Argentina were initially originating in regions like Piedmont, Liguria and Lombardy. They settled in less populated regions of the country as the Pampas (ie Santa Fe, C贸rdoba, and Mendoza). The capital of Chaco, Resistencia was the fate of many Italians after 1878. Larger communities were established in the province and especially the city of Buenos Aires, and in Santa Fe, Entre Rios, Cordoba, La Pampa, Tucum谩n and Santiago del Estero. Others arrived on neighboring Uruguay and Brazil. Italians began arriving to Argentina in great numbers in the 1870s, and this migratory flow remained constant until the 1960s In 1895 the Italians were 12.5% of Argentina's population, but in 1960 had been reduced to almost 5% of the total in 2008 was 659 655. In 1980 the direct descendants of Italians were almost 52% of Argentines, percentage rose to nearly 70% if you added the Argentines with distant Italian ancestry (as Juan Domingo Peron, who had an Italian grandfather came from Sardinia).
Italian in Argentina Like all nations in which many descendants of Italians, Argentina cuisine has many influences from the old country, although there are several dishes that are original to the Italians in Argentina, unlike those imported from Italy. Pizza
Pizza on fainรก.
Pizza is one of the most popular foods in the world, and perhaps the most famous of Italian origin. The Argentina pizza calzone is more similar to that known pizzas. The rates vary per meter pizza (cooked in the oven in a rectangular shape and lateral size instead of radial), grilled pizza (as you write, cooked on a grill and not in an oven). The pizza Argentina is supposedly similar to the way the Sicilian Neapolitan. The fugazza, a plate of bread and cheese of Genoese origin, is made in Argentina with cheese only as in Recco (Genova), as is typical fugazza cheese Recco village. Fainรก
Fainรก is a type of bread made with chickpea flour, and has its roots in Northern Italy (in Liguria). A popular dish is Argentine pizzerias moscato (muscat wine), pizza, and Fain, which is a glass of wine with a triangle on one of fainรก pizza. In Italy pizza and faina never eaten together.
A plate of ricotta gnocchi with cheese.
Even more prevalent in Argentina diet is pasta including fettuccine noodles, ravioli, gnocchi (gnocchi written in Castilian), and cannelloni (cannelloni). It is customary in some Latin American countries eat the pasta gnocchi the 29th of each month, in tribute to St. Peter and St. Mark, Venice's patron saints.
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Italian immigrants to Argentina.
Immigration Museum in Buenos Aires, once a hotel for people who have recently arrived in the country.