Rural Immigration
Jewish Colonies

The first immigrants from Europe that landed in Argentina were looking for a better future. They found in the Argentinean countryside a place to live and settle their colonies. Temples, schools, cemeteries, libraries, are only some of the trades this “jewish gauchos” left.
You will be sharing lunch, dinner and anecdotes with these immigrant descendants.

These are our two proposals:
- Visit “Moises Ville”, the first organized colony in Argentina and its neighbor colonies.
- Get to know the Jewish colonies in Entre Ríos Province.

DURATION: This tour may be a one day visit, or you can also spend one, two, or three days in the colonies.
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