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Living in Argentina means savoring grilled steaks and local wines, feeling the pulse of tango, and shouting during heart-stopping soccer matches. Argentina’s capital, Buenos Aires, brims with fascinating history on every corner, from its tango halls and nightlife to its museums, theaters, and cafés. A Spanish-speaking country, Argentina is a top destination for learning Spanish. You can also find exciting courses taught in English on topics ranging from human rights to Latin American studies. A mix of urban landscapes and the natural beauty of the Pampas grasslands, the towering Andes mountains, and Iguazu Falls complete the experience.

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