240+ Argentina Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers

Argentina is the second largest country in South America, Brazil being first. The country is the fifth largest wine producer in the world and has won awards at international wine competitions. Argentina land is renowned for its quality and mouth-watering wine (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic), with Malbec red wine being the top-leading flavor in the region. The white wine varieties include Chardonnay and Torrontes. 

Argentina Facts Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers

From stunning natural landscapes in Patagonia to vibrant city life in Buenos Aires, the country offers a unique experience for tourists. At the border of Argentina province of Misiones and the Brazilian state of Parana is the Iguazu falls – world’s most extensive waterfall system and a significant tourist destination in Argentina.

Argentina is famous as the motherland of Tango. With rural origins in Argentina, the music is today enjoyed by most countries across the globe, including non-Latin countries, with Japan having a large number of Tango clubs and even their own performers.

This series of questions will enlighten you about the country with Tango in its soul and Tierra under its fingernails.

1. Which is the largest city and capital of Argentina?

Buenos Aires

 

2. The capital of Catamarca is_______ commonly just Catamarca.

San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca

 

3. What is the land area of Buenos Aires?

203km2

 

4. This dry and mountainous province shares a border with Chile. It is located in northwestern Argentina. The most famous of this state’s mountains is probably the volcano named Antofagasta de la Sierra. A city that shares the same name of the province is home to an archaeological park called Las Huellas del Inca that is home to many rock paintings and carvings. What province is this?

Catamarca

 

5. What is the meaning of La Plata in Spanish?

Silver city

 

6. How many provinces does Argentina have?

23

 

7. Rosario is a beautiful city that lies along which river?

Parana River

 

8. Name the provinces of Argentina.

Argentina’s provinces include: Misiones, Corrientes, Entre Rios, Formosa, Chaco, Salta, Jujuy, Catamarca, La Rioja, Santiago del Estero, Tucuman, Cordoba, Santa Fe, Mendoza, San Luis, San Juan, La Pampa, Rio Negro, Santa Cruz, Tierra del Fuego , Buenos Aires, Neuquen, Chubut.

 

9. In what Argentinean province is Rosario located?

Santa Fe

 

10. What is the capital city of Buenos Aires province?

La Plata

 

11. Which year was Buenos Aires founded by the gold seeking Pedro de Mendoza but failed after 5 years due to attacks by indigenous people?

1536

 

12. Which is the national drink of Argentina?

Mate

 

13. Buenos Aires was re-founded in 1580 by?

Juan de Garay

 

14. Which is Argentina’s highest point?

Mount Aconcagua

 

15. ________moved to Buenos Aires and formed a permanent settlement there in 1580 at the age of 55 after having been the governor of Rio de la Plata for 6 years.

Juan de Garay

 

16. This province has a diverse geography. It is home to Argentina’s highest point, Mount Aconcagua, but there are also smaller hills and lowlands as well. It also has varying temperatures. The summers are very hot and dry but the winters can be cold and snowy, especially in the mountains. What province is this?

Mendoza

 

17. Among the countries of the world, where does Argentina rank by land area?

Eighth

 

18. Buenos Aires, the capital city, translates to what in English?

Good air

 

19. What is the approximate area of Argentina?

2,737,000 km2

 

20. Name an ex-president of Argentina?

 

21. Which are the Seven countries are larger by land area than Argentina?

Russia, Canada, the United States, China, Brazil, Australia, and India.

 

22. San Carlos de Bariloche, a place known for its architecture, is located at what mountain range in Argentina?

Andes

 

23. Argentina can be divided into four physical regions. What is the virtually treeless grassland area known as?

Pampa

 

24. San Carlos de Bariloche is famous for its German architecture, and is often called?

“Switzerland of the Andes”.

 

25. Argentinian by birth, he played a crucial part in the Cuban revolution, as well as in communist activities in other Latin American countries. Who is he?

Che Guevara

 

26. What countries share borders with Argentina?

Chile, Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil & Uruguay

 

27. This province is located along the Chilean border and is one of the least populous in Argentina. It is extremely arid and has few water systems. In fact, the province is home to the now-dried Talampaya River which is famous for the canyon it left behind. What province is this?

La Rioja

 

28. Argentina is the southernmost country of South America that shares a border with which water body?

 

29. Which river separates Buenos Aires from Montevideo?

De La Plata River

 

30. What is the capital of La Rioja?

La Rioja

 

31. Which mountain range forms the border between Argentina and Chile?

The Andes

 

32. Argentina’s population is resoundingly over 90%. Which religion?

 

33. Argentina borders the two landlocked countries in South America. What are they?

Paraguay and Bolivia

 

34. Which are the native people of Argentina?

Guarani

 

35. The lyrics used in tango music usually included a form of slang called?

“lunfardo”

 

36. What is the widely known cultural dance, honored by UNESCO, that originated in Argentina?

Tango

 

37. The citizens of Buenos Aires have their own particular slant on the Spanish language. Due to mass immigration over the years pure Castilian Spanish has been infiltrated with words from other countries, mainly Italy, producing a type of slang known as?

Lunfardo

 

38. Which province is Iguazu National Park located in?

Misiones

 

39. Patagonia stretches from southern Buenos Aires province to the southern tip of Argentina. Approximately what percentage of Argentina’s total land area does Patagonia cover?

One-third

 

40. Iguazu National Park in Argentina borders which other countries?

Brazil and Paraguay

 

41. What is the name of the archipelago at the tip of South America which belongs to Argentina and Chile?

 

42. What is the name of Buenos Aires’ main airport?

Ministro Pistarini

 

43. Tierra del Fuego is separated from the mainland by?

Straits of Magellan

 

44. The name Ministro Pistarini, is it named after?

Juan Pistarini

 

45. What is “milonga”?

A tango dance party

 

46. Gualeguaychú is home to the Gualeguaychu Carnival (called the “country’s carnival”). Which province is Gualeguaychu in?

Entre Rios

 

47. Which is a typical Argentine dish?

Milanesa

 

48. The office of the President of the Republic is situated in the Plaza de Mayo. What is it called?

 

49. The capital of this province, which shares the same name, is nicknamed La Madre de Ciudades, or the Mother of Cities, because it is the oldest Spanish-founded city in Argentina. Which province is this?

Santiago del Estero

50. Which is the highest mountain in the Americas?

Cerro Aconcagua

 

51. Which large Argentine city is only 110 kilometers (68 miles) southeast of Cerro Aconcagua?

Mendoza

 

52. What is the height of Cerro Aconcagua?

6,962 meters

 

53. Santiago del Estero and its capital of the same name have a large population of Quechua and Inca descendants. The city of Santiago del Estero, also popularly called Santiago, is called the Mother of Cities because it is the oldest Spanish-founded city in Argentina. In which year was it founded?

1553

 

54. Cerro Aconcagua is to the southeast of which city?

Mendoza

 

55. Which border is to the west of Cerro Aconcagua?

Chilean border

 

56. Name a popular place in Santiago del Estero that is an area where several large iron meteorites crashed thousands of years ago.

The Heavenly Fields

 

57. Which city is a major center for agriculture and Argentina’s fourth-largest city?

Mendoza

 

58. The Argentine economy began a slow recovery in 2002, which has been led by which factors?

Exports and tourism

 

59. What is the highest mountain in Argentina called?

Aconcagua

 

60. What is the name of the famous neighborhood in Buenos Aires where the famous Argentine dance known as the tango originated?

La Boca

 

61. Argentina the world’s ___ largest country?

Eighth

 

62. What city in Argentina is widely regarded as the southernmost CITY in the world?

Ushuaia

 

63. Name the least populated province in Argentina.

Tierra del Fuego

 

64. Sitting on the coast of the Beagle Channel, Ushuaia is the capital of which Province?

Tierra del Fuego

 

65. Which year was Tierra del Fuego discovered?

1520

 

66. Which is the highest mountain in the Americas, the Southern Hemisphere and the Western Hemisphere?

Mt. Aconcagua

 

67. Who discovered Tierra del Fuego province?

 

68. As it is situated on the Rio de la Plata, Buenos Aires has been a center of trade for Argentina and for some surrounding countries with ships docking and departing on a daily basis. Bearing this in mind what do you think the natives of Buenos Aires are known as?

Portenos

 

69. Which is the coldest and the most southern province in Ergentina?

Tierra del Fuego

 

70. Which is the official residence of Argentina’s president?

The Casa Rosada

 

71. What is the name by which Argentines call the Falkland Islands?

Las Islas Malvinas

 

72. What is the name of the square that became famous in the late 1970s as the gathering place for women protesting the Argentine dictatorship’s so-called Dirty War?

Plaza de Mayo

 

73. What term is traditionally used to name the Argentine people of the pampas or chacos? Think Argentine cowboys!

Gaucho

 

74. The Dirty War is the name given to the extra-judicial kidnappings and murders of political dissidents by the Argentine military during which era?

The 1976-1983 dictatorship.

 

75. For more than a hundred years, Argentina has sought sovereignty over a British overseas territory. Which one?

Falkland Islands

 

76. Many an abode in smaller Argentinian communities is built from sun-dried bricks. What is the name of this type of building?

Adobe

 

77. Argentina fought with which country in 1982 over these islands, which was called the Falklands War?

England

 

78. What are adobe bricks made of?

A mixture of clay and straw that are dried in the sun.

 

79. Where did the very first non-native settlers of Buenos Aires come from?

Europe

 

80. The Rio de la Plata marks part of the border between Argentina and one of its neighbors. Which neighbor?

Uruguay

 

81. Name the city in Rio Negro, Argentina, that is famous for its mountains and forests.

Bariloche

 

82. In the north of Argentina is a forested lowland. What is it called?

Gran Chaco

 

83. Who was the wife of president Juan Peron nicknamed ‘Evita’?

Eva Peron

 

84. _____is the capital of Tierra del Fuego (Land of Fire)?

Usuahia

 

85. In 1933, she wanted to become an actress. In 1951, she wanted to become the vice-president of Argentina. Her tomb can be found at Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires.

Eva Peron

 

86. What does Mesopotamia mean?

The land between two rivers.

 

87. The tango is both a dance and a type of music which has spread from the port area of Buenos Aires to many countries in the rest of the world. Who, purportedly, originally did this dance?

Men dancing together in bordellos

 

88. Name the wife of Argentina’s president Eduardo Duhualde?

Chiche Duhualde

 

89. What does “Entre Rios means?

Between rivers

 

90. This province is one of three that borders Uruguay. The province is famous for its many hot springs as well as El Palmar National Park, a large grassland area, and Predelta National Park, wetlands at the end of the Parana River. Which province, part of Argentina’s Mesopotamia region, is this?

Entre Rios

 

91. Argentina’s Mesopotamia refers to the region between which two rivers are known for its fertile wetlands and rainforests.

Parana and Uruguay Rivers

 

92. Who became the Minister of Labor at first and worked his way up to president in 1946.

Juan Peron

 

93. What is the capital of Entre Rios?

Parana

 

94. Which famous Andrew Lloyd Webber play was based on the life of a First Lady of Argentina?

Evita

 

95. Entre Rios is one of the wettest provinces in Argentina and its climate is largely affected by?

El Nino and La Nina

 

96. Which year did Maria Eva Duarte Perón, better known as Eva Perón die?

1952

 

97. The political arena was dominated by two rival powers in the early 20th century. They were whom?

Conservatives and radicals

 

98. Since 1991, which international union has Argentina been a member of?

Mercosur

 

99. Which are the 5 members that make up Mercosur?

Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, and Venezuela.

100. Where was Carlos Gardel buried?

Chacarita cemetery

 

101. Which singer’s house in the street Jean Jaures, was opened as a museum in 2003?

Carlos Gardel

 

102. In which state did Carlos Gardel die?

In Medellin, Colombia

 

103. La Rioja is mainly famous because of its President’s Office called?

“The Pink House”

 

104. How did Carlos Gardel die?

In a plane crash

 

105. Rio Hondo belongs to which province?

Santiago del Estero

 

106. This man born in Toulouse, France in 1890 became the greatest tango singer to date. He recorded over 500 tangos and traveled throughout Latin America and Europe, drawing big crowds in Paris. His 1917 Tango, “Mi Noche Triste” sold more than 100,000 copies. What was his name?

Carlos Gardel

 

107. The oldest city in Argentina is?

Rio Hondo

 

108. A life-size statue of Carlos Gardel stands at his tomb and each morning ______ is placed in its hand?

A lit Cigarette

 

109. Which sea borders Buenos Aires?

Argentinean sea

 

110. What is the distance shared by Argentina with Bolivia?

832 kilometer (517 mile)

 

111. Argentina shares a 5,150 kilometer (3,200 mile) border with?

Chile

 

112. What is the distance shared by Argentina with Brazil?

1,224 kilometer (761 mile)

 

113. What is the distance shared by Argentina with Paraguay?

1,880 kilometer (1,168 mile)

 

114. What is the distance shared by Argentina with Uruguay?

579 kilometer (360 mile)

 

115. Where does the Paraguay river join Argentina?

Río de la Plata

 

116. How many countries does Argentina border?

Five

 

117. The world famous ski resort town of San Carlos de Bariloche is found in which province?

Rio Negro

 

118. ________is the name given to the waterway around the tip of the continent, just to the south of Tierra del Fuego?

The Drake Passage

 

119. Which river flows in Rio Negro province?

Rio Negro

 

120. The Strait of Magellan is named after which famous explorer?

Ferdinand Magellan

 

121. Which province borders both Chile and the Atlantic Ocean?

Rio Negro

 

122. Southern right whales come very close to the shore of what Argentine city for their mating season?

Puerto Madryn

 

123. What is the capital of Rio Negro province?

Viedma

 

124. Puerto Madryn is very close to the ____, where one can also find native elephant seals, penguins and sea lion colonies.

Valdez Peninsula

 

125. Viedma capital city is along which coast?

Atlantic coast

 

126. Into how many broad geographic regions is Argentina traditionally grouped?

4 The country is traditionally divided into four different regions. These include: the Andes, the North, the Pampas, and Patagonia.

 

127. San Carlos de Bariloche, a popular ski resort town in the Andes Mountains located in which national park?

Nahuel Huapi National Park.

 

128. Geographers think that Buenos Aires looks like a letter. Name it.

P

 

129. What is the name of the strait that separates mainland Argentina from the islands of Tierra del Fuego?

The Strait of Magellan

 

130. What is the capital of Buenos Aires?

La Plata

 

131. Dulce de Leche is a traditional dairy product which literally translates into?

“Sweet made from milk”.

 

132. To the south of Argentina lies a passage named for an early explorer. Which one?

Drake

 

133. The city of Buenos Aires is an autonomous region surrounded by the province of Buenos Aires. Despite being separate from the city of Buenos Aires, the province is still the most populous of Argentina’s 23 provinces. What is its population, roughly?

14 million

 

134. Name Argentina’s delicious deep-fried breaded beef?

Milanesa

 

135. This is the resting place of many famous Latin Americans including presidents, authors with possibly the most famous being Eva Duarte de Peron who was immortalized in the musical Evita. What is this cemetery called?

La Recoleta

 

136. This is the largest province in size and population in Argentina, though it should not be confused with the city of the same name, which is not even in this province. Some of the cities here are Mar del Plata (famous for its beaches) and Bahia Blanca (the economic hub of the province). It borders the Atlantic Ocean, the Río de la Plata and Uruguay for a very short distance. What province is this?

Buenos Aires

 

137. Bariloche is in the frontier between?

Rio Negro and Neuquen

 

138. What color is the house of the president in Argentina?

Pink

 

139. The Lanin National Park is located in which town?

San Martin de los Andes

 

140. What magnificent waterfalls are found partly in Argentina? They were shown in Robert De Niro’s movie “The Mission”.

Iguazu Falls

 

141. San Martin de los Andes is a quiet place with a beautiful landscape. It is located near which geographic region?

Patagonia region.

 

142. What is the national sport?

Duck

 

143. Which tourist hot spot in Neuquen Province is popular for canoeing, hiking, and fishing?

San Martin de los Andes

 

144. What is the capital city of Carlos Paz?

Cordoba

 

145. During which season does Santa Claus appear in Buenos Aires?

Summer

 

146. Cosquin is known for its ___during the summer.

folklore festival

 

147. Which Argentine city is popular for tourists during the summer and is located in Cordoba?

Carlos Paz

 

148. The Iguacu (Iguassu, Iguazu. ) Falls are a series of falls on the Iguacu River that stretch a distance of over two miles. Their name comes from an Indian word meaning?

Great water

 

149. During the early part of the 20th century there was wave after wave of immigration to Buenos Aires with a large percentage of the immigrants coming from Italy. With the immigrants came the food and culture. Nowadays, in Buenos Aires, you can find a “Fabrica de Pasta” or pasta shop in nearly every street selling all types of fresh pasta. Traditionally, one type of pasta is eaten on the 29th of each month. What type?

Gnocchi

150. The Superclásico football match is between which two teams?

River & Boca

 

151. Which UNESCO World Heritage sites is in the southern Argentina?

Los Glaciares

 

152. From a total of 278 matches, the Boca team has won how many matches?

100

 

153. Which UNESCO World Heritage sites are in central Argentina?

Iguazu, Talampaya

 

154. From a total of 278 matches, the River team has won how many matches?

90

 

155. Argentina shares the magnificent Iguazu Falls with which northern neighbor?

Brazil

 

156. Which province is landlocked in Argentina?

Cordoba

 

157. Argentina’s national parks are world-renowned. Which park is farthest north?

Iguazu National Park

 

158. The capital of this province was founded as a halfway point for the Spanish who were transporting gold and silver from the Andes to the Atlantic ports. Which province is this?

Cordoba

 

159. It is part of the Center Region economic community with the provinces of Santa Fe and Entre Rios and is the dominant province in that agreement. The province is mostly flat but there are mountains running through it called the Sierras. Which province is this?

Cordoba

 

160. What does the typical Argentine “asado” include?

Various types of meat

 

161. With the vast Pampas close to the city, Buenos Aires is well provisioned with beef. There are many restaurants catering for the locals’ longing for their favorite meat. What are these called?

Parrillas

 

162. Malbec, a variety of red wine that famously represents Argentina around the world, is produced in which province?

Mendoza

 

163. Which province does Buenos Aires border to the north?

Entre Rios

 

164. What is Argentina’s main export?

Soybeans and their byproducts, petroleum and gas, grains, vehicles and a small portion of beef.

 

165. In which province does Cerro Aconcagua lie?

Mendoza

 

166. Instead of barbeque, Argentina uses?

Asado

 

167. At around 22,000 feet, Argentina’s tallest mountain is also the tallest in South America. What is the name of this mountain?

Cerro Aconcagua

 

168. In Argentina’s grasslands what plant, also known as lucerne, is widely grown both for use as pasture and for hay?

Alfalfa

 

169. Argentina covers about 1.1 million square miles and what rank in South America in relation to size?

2nd

 

170. Carlos Gardel, born in France, is famous for what?

Singer of Tango Ballads

 

171. The cowboys of Argentina are called?

Gauchos

 

172. Which province is the easternmost in Argentina?

Misiones

 

173. What is the name of the north-central province of Argentina named after Christian missionaries?

Misiones

 

174. Which is the second smallest province in Argentina?

Misiones

 

175. What precious metal is found in the name “Argentina”?

Silver

 

176. It borders both Paraguay and Brazil. It is home to Argentina’s part of Iguazu Falls, which the country shares with its neighbors. Which province is this?

Misiones

 

177. Who was the director of the Argentinean film “The Official Story” (La Historia Oficial)?

Luis Puenzo

 

178. Most of the falls is on the Misiones side of the border and the falls provide a large source of power to the province. They were first discovered by Europeans in 1541 by?

Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca.

 

179. Who was the author of the Argentinean film “The Official Story” (La Historia Oficial)?

Puenzo and Aída Bortnik

 

180. Which date did it snow in Argentina?

July 9, 2007

 

181. Prior to 2007, it had last snowed in Buenos Aires in  which year?

1918

 

182. In 2007, what unusual natural occurrence happened in Buenos Aires?

It snowed

 

183. Iguazu falls have been featured in which popular films?

“The Mission” and “Miami Vice”

 

184. The Argentinian film “The Official Story” (La Historia Oficial) starred which famous actors?

Norma Aleandro and Héctor Alterio

 

185. Which city, located in Misiones, is known for its waterfalls?

Iguazu

 

186. The Iguazu falls have been featured in which popular television shows?

“Smallville” and in Honda’s “The Impossible Dream” advertisement.

 

187. The Argentinian film “The Official Story” (La Historia Oficial) is about?

A married couple living in Buenos Aires, who later adopt a child. The mother soon realizes that her adopted daughter may be the kidnapped child of another family–a victim of the disappearances that occurred during Argentina’s Dirty War in the 1970s.

 

188. The Falkland Islands, or Las Malvinas, lie 1,080 kilometers (671 miles) west of South Georgia Island and 940 kilometers (584 miles) north of Antartica. How far (approximately) from the Falklands is the nearest point of the Argentine mainland?

500 kilometers (311 miles)

 

189. Under military rule from 1976 to 1983, Argentina lost approximately how many of its young people and intellectuals during the “Guerra Sucia” or “Dirty War” that the government waged to suppress left-wing feelings in the country.

30,000

 

190. He was elected “FIFA best football player of the century” in 2000. Who is he?

 

191. The first letters of the correct answers to the first nine questions spell the name of the dry region in southern Argentina?

Patagonia

 

192. He was nicknamed ‘El Cholo’, born 28th April 1970 in Buenos Aires. He has played over 100 matches for Argentina overtaking Maradona. Who is he?

Diego Simeone

 

193. Nicknamed ‘Batigol’ was born in Reconquista, Santa Fe on 1st Feb. 1969. He scored 56 goals in 78 matches (15 June 2002)for the national team and announced that he would quit playing for Argentina. Who is he?

Gabriel Batistuta

 

194. Nicknamed “Pelusa”, he played 91 matches for the Argentine national team between 1977-1994. Who is he?

Diego Maradona

 

195. The Pampas are a plain in what part of Argentina?

Central

 

196. What is the name of the important waterway which forms part of the border of Argentina between it and Uruguay?

Río de la Plata

 

197. What is the name of the most popular card game in Argentina?

Truco

 

198. They´ve been called the wanderers of the Pampas. Who are they?

Gauchos

 

199. The San Juan region is made up of three valleys, which ones are they?

Ullum, Tulum and Zonda.

200. Most of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field lies in Argentina. What is so remarkable about this ice field?

It was the victim of theft. In January 2012, a group of individuals cut several blocks of ice and trucked it away to be sold, but were apprehended very quickly

 

201. What distinguishes Argentine Spanish from vernacular Spanish?

There is a very strong accent.

 

202. Which Argentina’s ex-president has his  own winery which released several new wines in the year 2001?

Carlos Menem

 

203. Where was Jorge Luis Borges born on August 24, 1899?

Buenos Aires

 

204. Which currency is in use in Argentina?

Argentine Peso

 

205. He was born in 1911 in Rojas, province of Buenos Aires. His novels are mostly about the inability of human beings to free themselves from psychological complexities. Who is this writer?

Ernesto Sábato

 

206. When did Argentina win its first FIFA World Cup?

1978

 

207. How many seats are in the Argentinian Senate?

72

 

208. What type of cooking technique is Asado?

Barbecue

 

209. When did the Spanish arrive in Argentina?

1516

 

210. Which is a type of Argentinian cookie?

Alfajores[/bg_collapse

 

210. When did Argentina gain independence?

1816

 

211. What is the most produced type of wine in Argentina?

Malbec

 

212. What is the longest river in Argentina?

The Parana

 

213. How long was the Falklands War?

10 weeks

 

214. What Argentinian dance is used in the English expression ‘It takes two to _____”?

Tango

 

215. How many national parks are there in Argentina?

35

 

216. Argentina is the world’s 8th largest country.

True

 

217. Empanadas are usually savory.

True

 

218. Which symbol is in the middle of the Argentinian flag?

A Sun of May

 

219. 95% of the population in Argentina is of European descent.

True

 

220. Which Argentinian city is nicknamed ‘the Paris of the South’?

Buenos Aires

 

221. There are no cougars in Argentina.

False

 

222. Which European football club was Lionel Messi transferred to in 2021?

Paris Saint-Germain

 

223. The world’s first female president was Argentinian.

True

 

224. Which animal is associated with a gaucho?

 

225. Who was the first woman to become president of Argentina?

Isabel Perón

 

226. Which sport is Juan Martín del Potro known for?

Tennis

 

227. Which 2009 Argentinian movie was remade in Hollywood in 2015 and stars Julia Roberts as Jess Cobb and Nicole Kidman as Claire Sloan?

The Secret in Their Eyes

 

228. Which chain of mountains can be found in the Parque Nacional Los Glaciares?

The Andes

 

229. Who was the UK Prime Minister during the Falkland island war?

Margaret Thatcher

 

230. Which famous author from Argentina wrote ‘Fictions’, ‘The Library of Babel’ and ‘The Aleph’? Answer:

Jorge Luis Borges

 

231. What is the name of the traditional afternoon snack in Argentina?

Merienda

 

232. What number was Diego Maradona when he was playing for Napoli?

10

 

233. What is the most spoken language in Argentina?

Spanish

 

234. True or false the first people were from Spain and Italy?

True

 

235. Where is most of Argentina’s food influenced?

Spain

 

236. People from Argentina are called?

Argentinian

 

237. Which is the most eaten in Argentina?

Corn

 

238. What is the population of Argentina?

44,974,114

 

239. Who is the current president of Argentina?

Mauricio Macri

 

240. Who is known as “El Libertador of Argentina, Chile, and Peru”?

José de San Martín

 

241. Where was Lionel Messi born?

Rosario

 

242. Who was Argentina at war with from April 2nd to June 14th, 1982?

 

243. How many FIFA World Cups did Maradona win for Argentina?

1

 

244. What is the gross domestic product (GDP) of Argentina?

$959 billion

 

245. What is the Argentina women’s national field hockey team known as?

Las Leonas

 

246. What was the population of Argentina in 2016?

43,847,430

 

 

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