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Jewish tours in Buenos Aires

Jewish tours in Buenos Aires

In the mid 19th century some immigrants from Russia and Eastern Europe settled in Argentina, attracted by its open-door immigration policy. Jewish agricultural settlements were established in the province of Buenos Aires, Entre Ríos and Santa Fe. Many of the Jewish people became farmers, artisans shopkeepers. The Jewish community was established in 1862. 330,000 Jewish people live in Argentina. Most of them in Buenos Aires, 85%. It is the biggest community in Latin America and the 6th in the world. There are some interesting Jewish sites to visit in Buenos Aires, so why not taking a Jewish tour with Elisabet? Private Tour Guide in Buenos Aires

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