Argentina dating customs
Buenos Aires, the capital, acquired such a dominance that it led many observers to refer to it and its culture as if it were the whole country.The city and the rural areas surrounding it are the source of the most powerful understanding of national identity.A dominant version portrays Argentines as sophisticated and highly educated people of European origin.Another urban version highlights aspects of popular culture seen as a product of internal and foreign immigration. As of 2000, a third of the national population lived in metropolitan Buenos Aires. There is no consensus on how an Indian is defined (e.g. Argentines say that it is more appropriate to call their language Castilian, because this term expresses more clearly the region in Spain where it originated and from where it was imposed on other peoples.
The country is organized into twenty-three provinces.
While in most countries the word is used to refer to the offspring of Europeans born in the Americas, in Argentina it generally connotes a person of mixed origins, European (mainly Spanish) and Native American.