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|Official national language||Argentinian|
|Co-official languages||Spanish, English, Italian, Interlingua|
|Largest Cities||Buenos Aires|
|HDI||0.903 (Very High)|
|Currency||Argentina Peso (ARS)|
|Our Timeline Equivalent||Buenos Aires City and Province, Argentina|
Argentina is located in southeastern Pacha. Its climate is temperate. Originally inhabited by various Pachan Aboriginal groups, it came under Spanish, and then British colonialism. Argentina is famous for its official language, Argentinian, which started off as a creole language with major Spanish, English and Italian influences, but was modified intentionally to become the language currently spoken by a majority of the populace. As is illustrated by its official language and its three co-official languages (with the synthetic Interlingua being a fourth), Argentina is a linguistically diverse nation. Largely temperate, Argentina has a large ethnically European population. Its capital, Buenos Aires, is sometimes termed the "New York City of Pacha" or the "New York of the South", as it is known for its large size and its European-influenced yet multicultural nature.
- 63% Vegetarian
- 37% Non-Vegetarian
Ethnic groups given below are generally based on people's heritages. Most people think of themselves as simply Argentinian - that is, a unique mix of Spanish, British, Italian, and some other influences, although some people (particularly more recent immigrants) think of themselves as more distinctly Spanish, Italian, etc.
- 37% Italian (from across the Italian League nations)
- 31% Spanish
- 20% British
- 04% Pachan Aboriginals (Guarani, etc)
- 02% Multiple race
- 06% others (Catatanians, Germans, Netherlanders, Japanese, Chinese, etc)
- 61% Argentinian
- 12% Italian languages (from across the Italian League nations)
- 11% Spanish
- 10% English
- 02% Aboriginal languages (Guarani variants, etc)
- 04% others (Interlingua, Occitanian, Low German, High German, Netherish, Japanese, Chinese, etc)
- 35% Cathar
- 30% Christian
- 24% Catholic
- 20% nonreligious
- 15% atheist
- 05% agnostic
- 10% Jewish
- 05% other