Friday, 11 August 2017

Gauchos in San Antonio de Areco Argentina

Gauchos on horseback in San Antonio de Areco, Argentina
Gauchos in San Antonio de Areco, Argentina. Photo by Chris Raven
In a tradition running more than 70 years, gauchos (cowboys) descend on the little town of San Antonio de Areco from all over Argentina to strut horseback in all their finery to celebrate the Fiesta de la Tradición.

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