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Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina, birthplace of the tango, and one of the most fascinating cities in South America. Because of the history of European influences in the area, Buenos Aires has a European sentiment uniquely mixed with Latin American flavor that makes it one of a kind. Go shopping at Palermo Viejo and Palermo Soho during the day, and enjoy the exotic nightclubs by night. Tour the La Recoleta Cemetery for a look at the famous and rich of Buenos Aires’ past. Enjoy the many gardens and parks with their exotic wildlife, and afterwards delight in the many tasty Latin American restaurants that use parrillas to cook succulent barbeque. For a cultural trip, visit the many famous museums and old colonial buildings scattered across the city. Jews first came to Argentina in 1492 as conversos form Spain, but by the mid 1800s few were left. However, starting from that period many waves of Jews started to come to Argentina primarily from Eastern Europe. Today, most of the Jewish community of Argentina lives in Buenos Aires. There are many famous synagogues in Buenos Aires including Yesod Hadat founded in 1932 and Congregacion Israelita de la Republica Argentina, the oldest synagogue in Argentina and a national historic monument.
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