Portal:Argentina/Did you know/14
- ...that the title story from Shakespeare's Memory by writer Jorge Luis Borges is about a man who is given the memory of William Shakespeare?
- ...that Griselda Siciliani (pictured) won the Argentine Clarín Award and Martín Fierro Award as new female artist in 2005?
- ...that the Brazilian government's order for dreadnought battleships led to a South American naval arms race?
- ...that when Britain took the dispute over the sovereignty of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands to the International Court of Justice in 1955, Argentina declined to cooperate?
- ...that Argentine-Korean actor Chang Kim Sung made a parody of the "Gangnam Style" in the TV series Graduados?
- ...that Jorge Luis Borges wrote his short story "There Are More Things" as a memorial to H. P. Lovecraft?
- ...that the Beagle Channel in Tierra del Fuego National Park in Argentina is named after the British ship Beagle (pictured), which sailed with the explorer Charles Darwin in 1833–34?
- ...that trade unions in Argentina have traditionally played a strong role in the politics of the nation, with approximately 40% of workers in the formal economy being unionized?