Talk:Santiago del Estero

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Province[edit]

Things that correspond to the Province, not to the City (from an. edits):

Some próceres outstanding of Santiago of the Matting are, colonel Juan Francisco Borges, leader of Independence (ancestor of Jorge Luis Borges, the writer), and Felipe Taboada, painter of century XIX and Ramon Carrillo (doctor). In the field of the arts, it equipped to the country with important representatives, like Ramon Gómez Cornet, Carlos Sánchez Gramajo, Alfredo Gogna, Ricardo and Rafael Touriño (plastic arts); Jorge Washington Ábalos, Bernardo Canal Feijóo Channel, Clementina Rosa Quenel and Julio Carreras (h), in Literature. But most outstanding of this community it is its music. Special individual and, along with the tango, its rates, the chacarera and the zamba, they are most symbolic of the Argentine culture in the world. They have provided to the Argentina of great musicians, for example The Ábalos Brothers, The Manseros Santiagueños, Alfredo Ábalos, Jacinto Piedra, Raly Barrionuevo and many others.


-Mariano 10:56, July 11, 2005 (UTC)

Doesn't exist winter???[edit]

I live in Santiago del Estero and YES, winter exists, and it's very cold. I don't know why the article says that here winter doesnt exists

Yeah, it doesn't[edit]

The Fact that we had a cold winter this year doesn't mean this is constant . The winter could be Rendered as a climate change. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 200.117.197.176 (talk) 20:46, 20 December 2007 (UTC)

julio alegre is no longer the mayor[edit]

Exactly, he is no longer the mayor —Preceding unsigned comment added by MXER (talkcontribs) 03:14, 2 September 2009 (UTC)

Error on the link in Spanish Santiago del Estero[edit]

I found an error in the bond of Santiago del Estero, because when trying to enter the Spanish Wikipedia page, does not appear Santiago del Estero, but Mercedes Aragonés de Juárez, ex-governor of the province of Santiago del Estero.

Sincerely, --Arivera92 (talk) 01:53, 19 July 2014 (UTC)

PD: Sorry for the poor English translation, only based on Google Translator