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by Pat Nally
"The above title will surprise many readers. Even more surprising is that places in Argentina like Buenos Aires, Pergamino, San Antonio de Areco, Salto and Arrecifes are not only household names in certain parts of Ireland, but are places with relatives of people in Ireland in such places as Ballymore, Ballynacargy, Castlepollard, Moyvore in Co. Westmeath; Ballymahon and Carrick-Edmund in Co. Longford; Kilrane, Co. Wexford and Castletownbeare, Co. Cork.
All their Argentine relatives, of course, speak Spanish, the language of Argentina and most of Latin America."
This article examines the fact that many people in Argentina have Irish relatives, and how this came to be.