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It has become cliché to say that Argentina is as much European as it is Latin; yet to arrive in Buenos Aires and discover this is actually true still surprises. With the Patagonian Andes as its glacial backbone, Argentina is a land of extreme wilderness, while its vast pampas are still home to roaming gauchos – the original South American cowboys. Had enough of the wild? The birthplace of the tango and the world's fifth-largest wine producer has enough high culture to satisfy the most discerning palate, plus a nightlife that'll keep you up early into the morning.

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Pics of the Week: Argentina

Sept. 19, 2014, 9 a.m.

Nestled at the bottom of South America, Argentina opens itself to travellers through Buenos Aires's big-city nights, Patagonia's majestic glaciers, the dry heat of its ranches, and the awesome force of Iguassu Falls. It's also the last stop before Antarctica, a stepping stone to the great white continent. Come along with us as we review some of our photos from this beautiful country.

Los Cuernos: The Horns of Patagonia

Sept. 4, 2014, 9 a.m.

Travel down the paths of Patagonia's W trek Circuit for a primer in geography, history, and most certainly, beauty

Pics of the Week: Paths

Aug. 29, 2014, 2:03 p.m.

The path represents a journey, allowing us to dream and to be inspired. Let our Pics of the Week take you from Greece to Mongolia to discover that no matter what path you're on, it's leading somewhere. That's the idea, right

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