Thursday, November 6, 2014

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Friday, May 2, 2014

Buenos Aires and literature

Buenos Aires and literature

Are you a good reader? Do you like to know new titles and authors? Have you visited any Feria del Libro in South America? Do you like to read Hispanic books? Do you know Buenos Aires?  This is the moment of enjoying new Hispanic books in a very beautiful South American city which has an European resemblance:  Buenos Aires.

Buenos Aires is Argentina Capital.  It is located in South Hemisphere of America.  10 million of people inhabit there for that it’s considered one of the 10 more populated urban centers in the world.  It’s delimited by Rio de la Plata and Riachuelo on east and south sides.   The city is bordered by Avenida General Paz from north to west.  This avenue lets it to be connected with Gran Buenos Aires, a strip of a high crowd of inhabitants and a strong business and industrial activity.
Among touristic places you can visit there we have:

1. Obelisco: Buenos Aires symbol, National Historical Monument.  It is 67 meters of high and it is located downtown.  It was opened in 1936 and was designed by the architect Alberto Prebisch.  It owns a straight stairs without rail, with 202 iron steps, which guides you to the top.  From there you can appreciate Buenos Aires through any of its four windows.   

2.  Avenidas de San Nicolás:

a. Avenida 9 de julio:  It is one of the widest of the world.  It is 140 meters.  It was built in the beginning of XX century.

b. Avenida Corrientes: In this place you can find a lot of restaurants, cafes, bookstores, cinemas, theaters and other beautiful sites where you can enjoy a lot of more remarkable national and international plays.

3. Cementerio de La Recoleta: It was opened by first time in 1822 with the name of “Miserere” then it was called “del Norte” and finally it received its present name.

There are two main reasons which this National Historical Monument is so important: The first one its New Colonial, Neoclassical and Baroque architectural style that makes it one of the four more valuable cemetery in the world in architectural and artistic matter and the second one its crypts and mausoleums where the most important personalities and members of the aristocracy are buried.

In these days and since April 24th until May 12th Buenos Aires is celebrating its annual Feria del Libro.  It is going to be inaugurated by Quino, a very important Argentinan author, who will in charge of the opening speech.  Among the activities you have conferences, panel discussions, books introductions, conversations with authors, etc.  

As you can see Buenos Aires is not only tango and tourist places there you can have a lot of literature, too.  Don’t be afraid know new places, enjoy new cultures and practice your Spanish wherever you can.

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Chile and astronomy

Chile and astronomy


Do you like to watch the sky at night? Do you enjoy counting the stars in the sky? Have you visited any observatory lately? Do you know Chile? If you want to you can do both.  I mean you can see the stars and appreciate the sky visiting Chile.

Chile is much known for its clear sky.  It happens because in this country does not rain 300 nights per year.    In Atacama High Plateau and Coquimbo Andean Area it’s possible to have a perfect stellar observation.  Paranal is the name of one of the observatories where a lot of world scientists go to contemplate cosmos and celestial bodies.  Paranal is located to the east of San Pedro de Atacama and to 2,600 meters of altitude. 


Cerro Tololo is the oldest observatory of the South Hemisphere.  It is placed to 87 km of La Serena in Valle de Elqui.  It has eight telescopes and if you want to visit it you have to make a reservation.  Mamalluca Observatory is in the same valley.  It owns smaller telescopes but through them you can contemplate galaxies, nebulas and constellations.  Presentations about cosmos are shown there.  In Valle del Limarí you find Cruz del Sur de Combarbalá Observatory.  It keeps four observation cupolas connectible to cameras, an amphitheater to regard the sky. There are other observatories you can visit too.  They are La Silla, Collowara Touristic Observatory, Cerro Mayu Touristic Observatory, Paniri Caur Observatory and Andean Astronomic Observatory.

But in Chile you can appreciate other beautiful places too.  We are going to recommend you two of them. One of them is Santiago.  Santiago is the capital of Chile.  Captivating art museums can teach you a lot of new things. The design of some of its famous neighborhoods could surprise you.  Wine roads, modern ski centers are other of its big attractions.  In the same day, you can go from mountain snow to coast sand.
Lauca National Park is located to 165 kilometers of Arica.  It is hidden between high plateau landscapes, snowfall mountains and villages of Aymará culture.  It is the house of a unique ecosystem in the world which lives at the altitude of 4,500 meters above sea level.

Think about it. Why don’t visit a place where you can see the stars while you are enjoying nature?  Go ahead.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

What happens to Sun Pyramid in Mexico?

Are you an archaeologist? Have you visited Mexico lately? Do you know all the important places of Mexican archaeology? This week, some news websites issued a very worrying report for the archaeology lovers.  One of the most important Mexican archaeological sites is in danger of sinking: Sun Pyramid.

After a 14 years research, a team of experts made a radiography of the monument using a cosmic radiation detector and discovered that the south zone of the Sun Pyramid is less thick in comparison with its north side.  It could cause a dropping.  One of the reasons of this situation is the way which the constant sun light is lighting up pyramid south area.  The rain isn’t enough. This side is going to be drier than the north one.

This antiquity place measures 63 meters of high and has 238 steps.  The base perimeter is 893 meters and each side is in average 223 meters. It has a volume of 1 million of cubic meters. The pyramid was restored a hundred years ago.  According to the experts it could have influenced the condition of the south part. They think that the waterproof material used was inappropriate and maybe it’s necessary to employ other kind of cement for making the south area a little more permeable.  These results cover only 60% of the inquiry.  For that, they will take decisions about pyramid maintenance and preservation when they finish the study.

You are on time.  Go ahead!!! Practice your spanish visiting this beautiful monument.