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A simple way to learn about the theater movement in Buenos Aires is to watch plays on stage. After each play you'll see we will discuss about it's drama structure, staging and more.+ More
This course is designed to search what's beneath the images that catch our attention in everyday's life. We will try to answer these questions:
Where do this images lead our stories to?
What can we find interesting about writers and the stories we like?
Buenos Aires is the second largest metropolitan area in South-America. It is one of the most visited cities in Latin America and boasts one of the region's best standards of living.
Buenos Aires hosts multiple ethnic and religions groups. Also, thanks mainly to sustained immigration in the last 150 years, several languages are spoken in the city besides Spanish. Traditionally immigration has originated in Italy and Spain, however other European countries have contributed significant numbers: Scotland, Norway, France, Poland, Portugal, Greece, Holland and Russia being among the most important, while immigration from Latin America originates mainly in Bolivia, Paraguay, Peru and Chile. Additionally, in recent years, immigration from Asia has increased considerably, originating mainly in Taiwan, China, Japan and Korea.