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Cities in Chaco, Argentina
City: # City: #
Barranqueras2 Puerto Tirol1
Castelli1 Quitilipi5
Charata4 Resistencia104
Corzuela2 Saenz Peña9
General San Martín2 San Bernardo1
Gral.Pinedo2 Sydney1
J. J. Castelli1 Villa Angela4
Pres. de la Plaza1
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Edited by: veit on 21.12.2003 veit on 26.08.2003
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ruland wrote:

we can talk later...

kernel wrote:

[[ En realidad, Resistencia no es una ciudad turística, sirviendo más que nada como ciudad de paso o tránsito hacia otros lugares más conocidos: Paraguay (norte), Rosario (sur), Puerto Iguazú (este), Salta (oeste). Lo que puedes hacer: caminar por sus calles y ver las esculturas que hay en ellas, más de 400 actualmente. Ir a algunos espacios verdes: plazas, parques y lagunas. Ir a museos, muestras y eventos culturales. Salidas nocturnas, como en toda ciudad. Cada dos años, la bienal de escultura, que convoca artistas locales y extranjeros. Este año se realiza, en julio. Cerca de esta ciudad queda Corrientes (25 km/30 minutos). En Corrientes se pueden ver los murales, ir a parques y espacios verdes, apreciar los edificios con su construcción antigua, y lo más interesante: recorrer la costanera :) Dentro del Chaco, y saliendo de Resistencia, se puede ir al Parque Nacional Chaco, y al "Impenetrable" (monte chaqueño) ]] [[ Resistencia is not really a touristic city, but serves as passing or transit city: Paraguay (North), Rosario (South), Puerto Iguazú (East), Salta (West). What you can do here: walking for streets, while enjoy the sculptures. There is more than 400 sculptures in the streets actually. You can go to greenspaces as squares, parks and small lakes. You can visit the museums, or go to cultural shows and events. As in (almost) all the cities, you can go out at night: pubs, discos. Every two years, whe have the "sculpture's biennial" (july 2008 the next). Local and foreign artists tend to come here for the competition :) Near here is Corrientes city (25 km/30 minutes). In Corrientes you can see the artistic walls, go to parks and greenspaces, enjoy the old buildings, and the most interesting thing: walking through the "Costanera", Paraná river coast. In Chaco, you can go to Chaco National Park, and "Impenetrable" (chaco typical forest, also called "monte") ]]

normafernandez wrote:

this city has more of 300 sculptures on its streets. It is called the city of the sculptures.

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