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    Scandinavian Diaspora to the Americas
    Chapter: Danes in Argentina





    In the 1930s, Argentina was the third most chosen destination by the Danes to live. The vast majority opted for rural areas such as Tandil, Tres Arroyos, Necochea and San Cayetano, but several decided to stay in the city. Thanks to that, Buenos Aires had its first sanatorium that was created by a doctor from this community.

    Relations between Argentina and Denmark date back much earlier. Already in 1820 the exchange of textile products, glassware, furniture, ropes, woods and alcoholic beverages was relatively consolidated; and around 1840 diplomatic relations were established between the government of King Christian VIII of Denmark and the Argentine Confederation.

    In addition, during the same decade, Danish doctors Carlos Furst and Juan Guillermo Saxild arrived. The first of them worked at the University of Buenos Aires and the British Hospital, he is remembered for being the creator of the first sanitarium in Buenos Aires and having battled a great cholera outbreak. He died in 1867, a victim of that disease. Today, a room and a memorial plaque located at the Hospital Muñiz pay homage to him.



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    Being a wild animal in Africa would be kinda cool though. They would't bear the burden of overcomplicated lifestyles with expectations left and right. Imagine just sleeping, hunting, eating, and fucking all day.
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    The Necochea-Tandil- Tres Arroyos Triangular Area



    The Danes in the Province of Buenos Aires, predominantly concentrated in an area of approx. 45,000 km² on the south, centered around the four counties Tandil, Necochea, Tres Arroyos and Coronel Dorrego. In this relatively manageable area, which is the size of Denmark, there lived approx. 60% of all danish immigrants in 1902. Most of the thousands of Danes who followed in the next decades also traveled to this area. This was primarily due to the personal network that provided newcomers with work and a community around other things, including church and socialization. The starting point for Danish immigration in the province was the city of Tandil. However, in the last decades of the 19th century, it was the areas between Tandil and the eastern and southern Atlantic coast that attracted danish immigrants.

    It was especially the expansion of the railroad and cheap land that created this development. Although Danish immigrants came together in some specific areas, the danish colonies never formed as in the United States. However, there were rural (parishes) in the danish area, where the concentration of danish households was high in the 1920s. Lumb in Necochea County was a special case with 48% danish population, while the other parishes "Danes" in the province generally had 15-30% of inhabitants of Danish descent.

    In the 1920s, some 100 Danish associations had been formed, including churches, schools, private clubs, farmers' and insurance associations and cooperatives. In the triangular area, there are currently approx. 50,000 Danes and descendants of danish descent. It has even managed to grow since the early 1870s, although immigration stopped in the 1930s.


    Tandil, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.


    Necochea, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina

    'Iglesia Dinamarquesa' at San Telmo neighborhood, Buenos Aires City

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    Being a wild animal in Africa would be kinda cool though. They would't bear the burden of overcomplicated lifestyles with expectations left and right. Imagine just sleeping, hunting, eating, and fucking all day.
    No worries about like corrupt governments or having to get a shitty job for the rest of your life.
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    Dina Huapi, Río Negro, Argentina.





    Its name comes from "dyna": Denmark; and the Mapuche "huapi": island; "Danish Island", referring to the first non-Spanish European immigrants in the area, who were of that origin.



    Dina Huapi's origin is the product of the settlement of Don Kristian Hansen and José Brendstrup in the area, both of danish origin. Here is when the first "tambo"(milking farm) is created.
    Land owners, decide to divide and sell a large part of the uncultivated land in the 1970s and creating Dina Huapi 1 and 2. One would be located on the North-East coast of Lake Nahuel Huapi after the Ñirihuau river until almost the intersection with Route 23. The other fraction, the largest area, separated from the first by ex-route 237, is located east of it.


    Every year two important festivals are held in the town, the feast of the steppe where the queen is chosen and the mochi fest where the town stays up all night hosting people from neighboring towns.




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    Being a wild animal in Africa would be kinda cool though. They would't bear the burden of overcomplicated lifestyles with expectations left and right. Imagine just sleeping, hunting, eating, and fucking all day.
    No worries about like corrupt governments or having to get a shitty job for the rest of your life.
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    Aqui en Chile, llegaron unos cuantos pelagatos Noruegos, Daneses y Suecos..

    Matilda Svensson



    Diego Ohlsson



    Fernando Paulsen



    Fernanda Hansen


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    Brazil has one of the largest diasporas of norwegians in the World, other scandinavians migrated too, but with less impact, like the finns.

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    Nunca escuché de Noruegos o Daneses acá, pero si sé que hubo un pequeño contingente de Suecos que vinieron en algún momento, dejaron descendencia y huella importante en campos como la minería de oro, industria férrea (si mal no me acuerdo) y en la literatura. Un ejemplo sería León de Greiff, escritor Colombiano de bisabuelo Sueco. Sus descendientes aún gozan de cargos semi-importantes en el país o pertenecen al jet-set criollo.

    https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Le%C3%B3n_de_Greiff

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    Fiesta de San Juan celebrada en la Iglesia Dinamarquesa en Buenos Aires, el 29 de junio de 2019.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arepaman View Post
    Nunca escuché de Noruegos o Daneses acá, pero si sé que hubo un pequeño contingente de Suecos que vinieron en algún momento, dejaron descendencia y huella importante en campos como la minería de oro, industria férrea (si mal no me acuerdo) y en la literatura. Un ejemplo sería León de Greiff, escritor Colombiano de bisabuelo Sueco. Sus descendientes aún gozan de cargos semi-importantes en el país o pertenecen al jet-set criollo.

    https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Le%C3%B3n_de_Greiff
    Los Michelsen tienen ascendencia danesa y los daneses fundaron la cervecería Clausen en Santander (la primera del país). Aquí puede aprender más acerca de los nórdicos en Colombia:

    https://www.semana.com/especiales/ar...rdicos/81660-3

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    Miguel Salvador Cocco Guerrero (August 21, 1946 – May 20, 2009) was a Dominican businessman and politician.





    Born in Santiago; his parents Manuel A. Cocco and Gisela Guerrero moved with him to Santo Domingo when he was at an early age. He began his studies at La Salle Catholic College in 1956, where from an early age he excelled as student academic laurels meritorio. Cocco graduated with academic laurels with a degree in Sociology from the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences of the Autonomous University of Santo Domingo (UASD), Cocco, then worked at the institution as a teacher and researcher, where he co-founded the Center for the Study of Dominican Social Reality (CERESD).
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