Argentina (disambiguation)
Argentina , officially the Argentine Republic , is the second largest country in South America by land area, after Brazil. It is constituted as a federation of 23 provinces and an autonomous city, Buenos Aires...

is a country in South America.

Argentina may also refer to:
  • The name of Argentina
  • La Argentina
    La Argentina
    Antonia Mercé y Luque , stage name La Argentina, was a dancer known for her creation of the neoclassical style of Spanish dance as a theatrical art...

    , the stage name of Antonia Mercé y Luque (1890–1936), an Argentine flamenco dancer
  • La Argentinita
    La Argentinita
    La Argentinita is the stage name of a famous dancer born Encarnación López Julvez in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Among her performances was as the Butterfly in the premiere of Federico García Lorca's El maleficio de la mariposa...

    , the stage name of Encarnación López Julvez (1898–1945), an Argentine flamenco dancer
  • Argentina Brunetti
    Argentina Brunetti
    -Biography:Brunetti was born Argentina Ferrau in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She began her show business career at the age of three with a walk on role in the opera, Cavalleria Rusticana and followed Mimi Aguglia, her famous mother's footsteps in the theater performing supporting roles on stages...

     (1907–2005), Argentine actress and writer
  • Argentina (Santiago del Estero)
    Argentina (Santiago del Estero)
    Argentina is a municipality and village in Santiago del Estero in Argentina.-References:...

    , a village in Santiago del Estero Province, Argentina
  • La Argentina, a sail frigate used by the argentinian corsair Hippolyte de Bouchard
    Hippolyte de Bouchard
    Hippolyte de Bouchard, or Hipólito de Bouchard , was a French and Argentine sailor and corsair who fought for Argentina, Chile, and Peru....

     in his 1817-19 campaign against Spanish trade, during the War of Independence
  • ARA La Argentina
    ARA La Argentina
    The ARA La Argentina was a light cruiser, designed for training naval cadets, built for the Argentine Navy. The ship was authorised in 1934, and the contract was put out to tender in 1935, being won by the British company Vickers-Armstrongs at a cost of 6 million pesos.La Argentina was built in...

    , a light cruiser of the Argentine Navy commissioned in 1939
  • ARA La Argentina (D-11)
    ARA La Argentina (D-11)
    ARA La Argentina is the second ship of the MEKO 360H2 series of four destroyers built for the Argentine Navy. The ship is the eighth ship in the history of the Argentine Navy to bear the name of the corsair frigate La Argentina which conducted a privateer raid around the world against Spanish...

    , a MEKO-360 type destroyer of the Argentine Navy commissioned in 1983
  • Argentina (plant)
    Argentina (plant)
    Argentina is a genus of plants in the rose family . The circumscription is not yet fully settled; it includes at least three species long classified in Potentilla sect. Leptostylae. A further 23-25 or more species also traditionally included in Potentilla sect...

    , a genus of flowering plants
  • Argentina (fish), a genus of fishes belonging to the Argentinidae family of Herring smelt
    Herring smelt
    The herring smelts or argentines are a family, Argentinidae, of osmeriform fishes. They are similar in appearance to smelts but have much smaller mouths.They are found in oceans throughout the world...

  • Imperio Argentina
    Imperio Argentina
    Magdalena Nile del Río was a professional singer and movie actress who was better known as Imperio Argentina. Although born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, she became a citizen of Spain....

    , a singer and actress
  • Argentina (album)
    Argentina (album)
    Argentina is an album by New Zealand trio Thela. It was recorded in New York City in March 1996, and produced by Thela with Tom Surgal. It was released in 1996 on Thurston Moore's Ecstatic Peace label. It consists of 6 untitled tracks....

    , an album by New Zealand trio Thela
  • Argentina (river)
    Argentina (river)
    The Argentina is an Italian river in the province of Imperia. Its source is near the French border. The river flows past Triora and flows south before emptying into the Ligurian Sea.-References:...

     in Imperia Province, Italy
  • The Argentina variant of the Ligurian dialect Brigasc
    Brigasc is a dialect of the Ligurian language. It is spoken in Italy and France.-Area of use:The Brigasc dialects are Roya, Tanaro, and Argentina, named respectively after the rivers Roya, Tanaro and Argentina. Roya is spoken in the French department of Alpes-Maritimes. Tanaro is spoken in the...

  • The Argentina Canyon in Lincoln County, New Mexico, United States
  • Largo di Torre Argentina
    Largo di Torre Argentina
    Largo di Torre Argentina is a square in Rome, Italy, that hosts four Republican Roman temples, and the remains of Pompey's Theatre. It is located in the ancient Campus Martius....

    , an historic piazza in the centre of Rome
  • Strasbourg
    Strasbourg is the capital and principal city of the Alsace region in eastern France and is the official seat of the European Parliament. Located close to the border with Germany, it is the capital of the Bas-Rhin département. The city and the region of Alsace are historically German-speaking,...

    , a town in France called Argentina in many medieval texts, Argentoratum
    Argentoratum or Argentorate was the ancient name of the French city of Strasbourg.The Romans under Nero Claudius Drusus established a military outpost belonging to the Germania Superior Roman province close to a Gaulish village near the banks of the Rhine, at the current location of Strasbourg,...

    in Roman texts
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