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Starting March 16th, Argentina closed its borders to all non-residents for at least two weeks, and all flights from the United States and Europe have been cancelled. From Italy and Spain they came in their millions, encouraged by pro-immigration articles in the Argentine Constitution. There were also large groups of Germans and Jews among those who came from all over Europe, plus peoples of Russia, Asia, the Middle East, and elsewhere in South America.
Smaller populations of Welsh, Irish, and South African Boers, among others, were also culturally influential within their own areas of settlement. The Spanish language spoken here, heavily influenced by dialects of Andalusia, Murcia and Galicia, can also sound like Neapolitan Italian sometimes. Not surprising in a country where almost two thirds of the population claims Italian descent. Following independence, English and Scottish settlers arrived to invest in agriculture and industry.
They introduced football to Argentina as they helped to build rail and banking systems, and British Shorthorn, Hereford and Aberdeen Angus cattle breeds, along with refrigerated train cars and ships, contributed to Argentina's position as a major world producer of beef. The modern rivival dates from s Paris and New York, but the distinctive dance and musical styles originated in working-class port neighborhoods of Buenos Aires, developed from a mix from many sources: Spanish, Cuban and African influences, along with contributions of other European immigrants' instruments and techniques.
This produced the final definition that would become the craze of Paris in , then London, Berlin, and the world. Argentine high society then adopted this "low-class " dance as their own. At first, male-only groups of tango dancers practiced for years among themselves before a debut at a public Milonga. But military juntas in power from considered them a threat to control, and in the course of their " Dirty War ," invoked laws against public gatherings to stop them.
The return to democracy also brought a revival in Carnival. The citizens of Buenos Aires seem unusually relaxed about matters of the heart. Gay people here are — like the city itself — sexy and sophisticated. Civil unions have been legal for gay couples since , and the city has long been at the forefront of gay rights in South America. In , the country passed same-sex marriage, making it the first country in the region to do so.