A statue of the crucifixion of Jesus in the colorful town of Purmamarca, Jujuy. Located along the polychromatic Cerro de los Siete Colores (Seven-Colored Hill), Purmamarca was conquered by the Spanish in 1594 and is home to one of Argentina’s oldest churches, dating to 1648. The pueblo still lives up to it’s pre-Hispanic name, which […]
Corinne, one of Yavi’s friendliest residents has a face that reveals the many stories of her life. Yavi is an enchanting pueblo near the Bolivian border in the Northwest Argentine province of Jujuy.
A corner shop in the small town of San Francisco de Tilcara in the Northwest province of San Salvador de Jujuy. The area is celebrated for its stunning views of the Andes Mountains and indigenous traditions such as basket weaving.
View of the Andes near the Pucará de Tilcara, pre-Inca ruins located outside of Tilcara, in the Northwest Argentine province of San Salvador de Jujuy.
La Carretería is a delightful neighborhood cantina serving up northern Argentine cuisine in San Telmo’s Parque Lezama area. The Andean fare served here originates from Argentina’s northern Jujuy province. Featured are corn-based dishes including humitas and tamales, sweet corn paste filled with meat or cheese and wrapped up in cornhusks like little presents. La Carreteria’s […]