• Year: 1976

  • Publisher: Editions Silva – Zurich

  • Text Author: Jean-Christian Spahni

  • Languages: Italian, French, German

Two Gauchos from the province of Córdoba trying to catch a foal. They have kept some traditional garments to show their status. Despite the rapid development of their country, they remain the living symbol of Argentina. The Gaucho spends most of his existence on horseback, the horse being his most faithful friend. The man of the pampas is tough, brave and strong, and freedom is what he loves above all else.

The Iguassu Falls are located on the border between Argentina and Brazil, surrounded by lush, tropical vegetation. The impressive Garganta del Diablo (Devil's Gorge) is one of the most beautiful sites these waterfalls have to offer. The water crashes loudly seventy feet below.