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Travel Agency TOURISM MAR DULCE provides ticketing services to all tourist destinations in Argentina .

History of the name of the travel agency " Mar Dulce" When you start the process in Ministry of Tourism in 2000 , now Ministry for the opening of the Travel Agency thought it had to have a name with history and could match any fact relevant to identify in our city .

This is why we think first in our country, its name , this word ' Argentina ' It comes from the Latin argentum ( silver). Right from the times of Pedro de Mendoza to refer to the region of the Rio de la Plata.
The Portuguese called it Rio da Prata because of rumors that postulated the existence of precious metals and eventually won
like Rio de la Plata.
The Latinization of ARGENTINA name appeared in 1602 , when Martín del Barco Centenera , the title poem La Argentina .
Why we turn out like this important identification Rio received as the first name " Mar Dulce" by his greatness and taste of the water . ]
The first part of this story begins in February 1516, when Juan Diaz de Solis , thought he had found the narrow searched and discovered the river also Dulcellamado Mar and Santa María Solís river , but what he found was the Riode Plate.

We found a beautiful name as the name of the travel agency would carry a name with history .

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Santiago del Estero is a province of Argentina located in the geographic region of Northwest Argentina, also forming part of the Argentine Greater North Region. Bordered on the north by the Province of Salta, north and northeast by Chaco Province, southeast of Santa Fe Province, south to Cordoba and Catamarca and Tucumán west.

The province has a population of 896,461 inhabitants, distributed over an area of ​​136,351 km ². It is politically divided into 27 departments.

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Before the Spanish conquest began in 1536, the territory was inhabited mainly by ethnic group of tonocotés 3 Juries called by the first conquerors. What tonocotés practiced agriculture and weaving and developed advanced pottery and stone carving elaborate. His main area of cultivation was a depression parallel to the Dulce River, flood irrigated.

To the north and west of the Juries lules settled with a quite similar to that of tonocotés material culture, although with greater Andean influences; Quechua southwest; east and the vilelas mocovíes and the sanavirones south. By raiding the northeast-to-severe ethnic conflicts and the Wichís tuffs macomita formerly called bias.

 
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Climate: The whole province of Santiago del Estero has continental subtropical climate with a dry season, which is characterized by rather extreme temperatures and abundant rainfall concentrated in summer enough. A peculiar characteristic of the climate is the presence of a few days with abnormal temperatures for the season, for example maximum 40 ° C in winter, and temperatures do not exceed 30 ° C in the summer. It can also be said that the province is extreme, with brands near 60 ° C in the north and -3 ° C in the south. Also due to the remoteness of the sea continentality increases, resulting in low humidity and differences between day and night that can easily exceed 20 ° C. The province is regularly affected by drought, as overall rainfall is low and practically limited only to summer.
 
 
The predominant natural biome corresponds to the Chaco forest , more precisely the subregion of the Southern Chaco, heavily modified by human influence . Among the characteristic species of the area are : carob, and white quebracho colorado, Lapacho , chañar the mistol and gorse .
Land clearing , logging and deforestation in general , especially those caused for the industrial cultivation of GM soya or to extend border livestock (goats and cattle ) has led to serious preannouncements incipient desertification , among these an impoverishment of the vegetation climax note , a decrease of organic matter in soils , an increase of groundwater with nitrates and even arsenic (much of the well water in this province is contaminated by arsenic) , evidence of incipient desertification is soil crusting and thinned vegetation often being replaced by xeric and psamophyllus like vinal or cacti as quimil .
 
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The culture of Santiago del Estero is a dense interweaving of the deepest myths of native Aboriginal traditions and European medieval civilization , imposed by the Spanish.

In Santiago del Estero Quichua , a variety of Southern Quechua , which is used in 14 of the 27 departments of the province, with an estimated number of 120,000 speakers spoken . Spoken in departments Figueroa, Moreno, Robles , Sarmiento, Brigadier JF Ibarra, San Martin, Silipica , Loreto, Atamisqui , Avellaneda , Salavina , Quebrachos , Mitre, Aguirre, and west of the department Taboada .

Although Tawantin Suyu never extended east of the Sierra del Aconquija , and therefore never extended to the territory of the province of Santiago del Estero, cultural influences are noticeable occurred between ca . 1480 ~ 1535 , however , paradoxically what most influenced the dissemination of the Quechua culture traits ( among these , mainly language ) was the activity of the Spanish conquistadors and , even more , that of the missionaries used as the language in NOA , and even Cordoba Cuyo , very prestigious body Quichua indigenous people. In Santiago del Estero currently a part of the population speaks a dialect of Southern Quechua ( rune or similar ) called Quechua .

Santiago del Estero Argentina has given the major writers such as Bernardo Canal Feijoo, Orestes Di Lullo , Ricardo Rojas, Jorge Washington Abalos, Julio Carreras ( h ), Alberto Alba, Carlos Alberto Tasso and Virgil Zurita and others. Also musicians like Peteco Carabajal , Humberto Carfi , Abalos Brothers , Alfredo Abalos, Raly Barrionuevo , Jacinto Stone, Marcelo Perea, Andrés Chazarreta , Manuel Gómez Carrillo , Oscar Second Carrizo , María Inés Gómez Carrillo, Pablo Trullenque , Carlos Carabajal , Roberto Hugo Carrizo , Homero Manzi, Armando Carrizo among many others. And painters like Martin Mateo López , Ramón Gómez Cornet , Besares Soraire , Carlos Sánchez Gramajo, Alfredo Gogna , Ricardo and Rafael Touriño Luis Farías , Mario Martinez.

A decisive contribution to culture and the archaeological and anthropological sciences, did the Wagner brothers Emilio and Duncan . Of French origin , they settled in the province in the early twentieth century. His archaeological investigations uncovered a vast aboriginal civilization, which they called " Chaco Culture - Santiagueña " . As a result, the French government awarded him the Legion of Honor , in the degree of Knights

 
 
 
 

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