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tabare gomez laborde Gomez Tabaré Laborde, known artistically as Tabaré, (August 21, 1948 -) is a cartoonist, humorist and cartoonist Uruguayan nationalized Argentine author of comics, cartoons and book illustration, especially in Latin America, known for its strip "Diogenes and the bum ", published continuously since 1977 in Buenos Aires daily Clarin.

Born in the city of La Paz (Canelones) in Uruguay, from very small lived in Mississippi. Cartoonist self, went through various work activities until he joined an advertising agency in Montevideo, work that would define his career.

From 1969 he began to publish in Argentine media, where she has lived since 1976

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Diogenes and Linyera - Comic Strips over 9,000 edits on the back cover of Clarin (Buenos Aires), published continuously since 1977. Co-creators and writers: Jorge Carlos Abrevaya and Guinzburg until 1993. The writer from 1996 until January 24, 2007 was Hector Garcia Blanco. From the January 25, 2007, Ginzburg scripts again. The March 12, 2008 and died Guinzburg a while are still running the strips that had left written. From the May 23, 2008, took over Tabaré scripts.

The adventures of a hobo and his dog (Diogenes), with brief dialogues that always show a satire of the social and political reality from the perspective of two urban homeless.

Paja Brava - Cartoon picaresque Achilles scripted Fabregat, has 24 chapters published in Argentina Satyricon, and other media.

A doomed chieftain in the area of ​​sexual conquests.
Eustaquio - Cartoon picaresque Fabre scripted and fifteen chapters published.
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Don Chipote of Pampa - Cartoon "not collectible in installments." A parody of Don Quixote and Martin Fierro (by the choice of characters on the 1st, 2nd by narration) Fabre scripted. Published in the "Humor Registered".
Graph of books.
Toad Dreams
Kasogonaga, the lightning god
The hare
The ring
Banshee, the messenger from the beyond
Toms
Reflections macho
The resounding adventure ben malasangue
Cartoons.
Max Calzone - 26 chapters
Bicherío - 24 chapters
Stories do not count - 24 chapters
Comics in telo - 50 chapters
Futboleras Stories - 24 chapters
Kriston Kolon - 12 chapters
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Patagonia is a geographic region located in the southernmost part of America, comprising areas of southern Argentina and Chile.
Politically the region is divided into two: the Patagonia Argentina to the east, and the Chilean Patagonia, west. Patagonia covers an area of ​​1,043,076 km ². While there is general agreement on the exact boundaries or criteria to define them, about 80% of the land belongs to Argentina and 20% in Chile.
Today the northern edge of Patagonia Argentina is considered generally in line with the Colorado and Canyon, from the Argentine Sea Atlantic Ocean to the Andes, but other limits are also considered north and south of that line.
 The island of Tierra del Fuego, and sometimes the Falkland Islands, the latter permanently claimed by Argentina, are often included as part of Patagonia.
Meanwhile, the northern boundary of the Chilean Patagonia is usually located within Reloncaví, but there are those who indicate their location would be in the 39 ° S latitude, at the height of Valdivia.
For southern limit Chilean Patagonia is usually set in the Strait of Magellan or be extended to Cape May Hornos.4 The eastern boundary of the Chilean Patagonia is the Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean to the west. So this range is the geographical division of Patagonia between the eastern and western, of much greater surface.
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VillaLaAngostura It could be considered the "Punta del Este" of Patagonia, were it not that, unlike the Uruguayan city, the low profile is standard and rustic style, a term for those who moved into their landscapes.
Villa La Angostura , one of the most beautiful in the country, the largest number of inhabitants per square meter ABC1. Powerful businessmen (Roemmers, Sielecki, Garfunkel, among others) who arrive in private jets, and even ski at Cerro Bayo followed closely by their custodians.
Viila La Angostura map Tourism. Precisely, this quality of "high-end resort" makes it the ideal place for the development of the renowned "Patagonian cuisine", a style of cooking was born several years ago, encouraged by the trend of using the ingredients in the dishes Hand over the place of origin.
The Patagonian cuisine appreciated meats like lamb or guanaco, trout, red fruits so typical South, mushrooms, pine nuts and even the traditional production of apples and pears. In parallel, the national tourism administration, through INPROTUR (National Institute of Tourism) an official and private joint body responsible for disseminating the benefits outside of Argentina, has among its lines of work the gourmet tourism, a proposal that reassesses cuisine from every corner of Argentina.
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museo del vino cafayate7 The Museum of Vine and Wine in Cafayate, Salta is integrated into the project Salta Wine Route and Valleys Calchaquíes gives a different attraction.

A must for the visitor step of Cafayate, which will allow you to connect to the origins of winemaking in the region, responsible for growth and prosperity of the area north of Argentina.

It was created in 1981 and keeps the history of viticulture in Cafayate and the Valleys Calchaquíes. The building dates from 1888 and is on display inside old machinery, farm items, carpentry for the barrels, transport elements of late nineteenth century and an old mill from 1920 to 1945, was transported by car for 40 days Skip.

museo del vino cafayate5 The museum is housed in the former site of "La Bodega Encantada". Space is a "live", full of sound and visual stimuli, interactive and fun that can be visited by people of all ages.

The contents of the Museum of the Vine and Wine, are expressed in an artistic way, with display techniques including stage effects, lighting, multimedia programs and audiovisual presentations. Calchaquíes Valleys, landscapes, evoking traditions, the development of their wines internationally, inspired the design and creative development of this museum.

Museum Vinolas Vine and interactive exhibits of the Museum of the Vine and Wine are developed in two architectural spaces that provide a counterpoint to the traditional image of the old local and modernity of the new building. Each has a thematic area or "narrative line" through which the public are the contents of the Museum.

The new Museum of Vine and Wine is one of the most original and innovative space dedicated to wine worldwide. It was designed with the same cutting edge concept that others were as Glaciarium Theme Museums (Museum of Patagonian Ice) from El Calafate, and Lafinur Museum in St. Louis.

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