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Monday, April 21, 2008

Where is Pampa?

The Pampa is a region of grassland in Argentina. It runs inland from the town and cities, such as Buenos Aires on the Atlantic coast, and stretches for hundreds of miles up to the foothills of the Andes. The Pampa is very like the great plains, or prairies, of north America which stretch across the states of Texas, Kansas and Nebraska. Like the prairies, the Pampa is most famous for its cattle ranches, and the cowboys which look after the herds of cattle as they roam across the plains. One of Argentina’s most important exports is beef, which comes from the huge cattle ranches which are situated on the Pampa.

1 comments:

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