In the July 2012 Census 42,192,494 were living in Argentina. The most populated city in Argentina is Bueno Aires. According to the July 2012 Census Argentina is 97% White and 3% non-white groups. The official language of Argentina is Spanish. But there are many other languages people speak are Italian, English, German & French.
Way of Life
Argentina is like every other country there are rich and poor areas. But the country as a whole is know where near a poverty level. Argentina is huge for its fruit manufacturing throughout other countries. In some of the cities that don't have alot of money those citizens usually have agricultural jobs.
Recreation & Fun
Argentina has a wide variety of people. With that wide variety of people come a wide variety of sports,entertainment, and fun. Argentina is well known for its good soccer team or as they like to call it "Futbol" team. But other than just sports, they love to dance. The most known dance in Argentina is the Tango. During festivals and celebrations 95% of the people will most likely be dancing. But other than just dancing & sports Argentina loves there T.V, they watch North American shows like us but they are translated into Spanish so that they are able to comprehend what they are watching. Argentina also loves reading newspaper they don't get newspaper like we do hear like "The New York Times", "National Geographic" etc. They have a newspaper called Buenos Aires Herald.
Arts & Cultural Technique
In Argentina there is a formal dance called the Cambia. Originally this dance was originated from Cambodia since then it has evolved throughout South America and is actually starting to be recognized as a style of music. The reason it is so unique is because of the way they use light percussion instruments so it is very peaceful to listen to. In Argentina on August 17 there was a new holiday recognized called Anniversary of San Martins Death. General San Martin was a general of the Argentinian army the reason he has his own holiday was because he was the general that gained independence from Spain. This holiday is typically celebrated with lots of Wine, Loud Music, and lots of dancing.