Category: Argentina

November 2nd, the Pride march (or Marcha de Orgullo) took place in Buenos Aires. Inspired by the celebrations of May the 17th in Norway, some students at Pichincha organized a breakfast at the roof-top terrace to kick-start the festivities. It was a great start to a great day and we were very also lucky with

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During your stay with Kulturstudier you’ll have a reading week or vacation where you can choose to study wherever you’d like. Many students travel during this week as it’s an opportunity to see new places in Argentina or neighbouring countries. I went to Uruguay as it’s close to Buenos Aires with many beautiful places along

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This weekend in Palermo there was a food market similar to a farmers market. It was different from food markets I have been to before, and more fun than the overcrowded San Telmo market. It was in the Parque de 3 Febrero. There were stands filled with local food and delicacies. People were selling everything

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There is always something to do in Buenos Aires! In this post I will share some pictures of what I did last weekend. The weather was fantastic most of the time, so I wanted to spend as much time as possible strolling around in the sun. I had my partner over for a visit, and

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One of the very best things about the Scandinavian culture is without doubt the ‘fika’- the strong tradition to have some good coffee and pastries at least two times per work day.  Porteños (the people of Buenos Aires) often order just an espresso or cortado, drinking it all up while on their feet and then

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A couple of weeks ago one of the many political manifestations took place in Buenos Aires. The political polarisation in Argentina is growing due to the elections that are rapidly approaching. We had just been on a Buenos Aires free walking tour where you donate as much as you would like to the guide. The

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  La Casa de Pichincha is the main student house of Kulturstudier. They also have another building in San Telmo called Casa Peru. There are about 30 people living here and we stay in rooms of two to four. Upstairs we have the kitchen where we have our own shelves in the refrigerator that we

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In the vast desert of Patagonia, where the endless Route 40 continues straight through the windy and dry landscape, there is a wonder to visit if you get off the road.  Located in the province of Santa Cruz, “Cueva de las Manos” is famous for the paintings of hands and guanacos (in the llama family)

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It started with Greta Thunberg, the 16-years-old Swedish girl with long braids who refused to go to school. Instead, she sat down in front of the Swedish parliament to fight climate crisis. Almost every Friday since August she brought her handwritten placard “Skolstrejk för klimatet” protesting. What is the point of going to school if

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They were hundreds of thousands. Women, girls, babies, transgender. They were singing and protesting, drumming and dancing, they flood the streets. All of them pushing for action on gender equality. To stop gender violence, men from killing women, so-called femicidios. “Girls, not mothers” was one of this years most important messages, after a 11-year-old girl

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