Welsh settlers in Patagonia: a legacy that moves the emotions

The arrival of 153 settlers who arrived on the Atlantic coast of Chubut in 1865 meant the starting point of a cultural encounter whose legacy is incalculable and ranges from architectural forms to recipes and culinary ceremonies. This July 28 marked the 155th anniversary of the arrival to the Atlantic Coast of Chubut of the sailboat “Mimosa” in which, after two months of the voyage, the first Welsh contingent would arrive to settle in Patagonia. From the Atlantic to the Cordillera, gastronomy, words…
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