Bottled Water of Argentina
Patagonia is the name of a vast territory in the southern cone of South America shared by Argentina and Chile. Fernando de Magallanes gave it the name in 1520 and chronicles of several sea explorers gave to this land an aura of mystery.
The general character of the Argentine portion of Patagonia is for the most part a region of vast steppe-like plains, rising in a succession of abrupt terraces about 330 feet at a time, and covered with an enormous bed of shingle almost bare of vegetation. In the hollows of the plains are ponds or lakes . Towards the Andes the shingle gives place to porphyry, granite, and basalt lavas, animal life becomes more abundant and vegetation more luxuriant, acquiring the characteristics of the flora of the western coast, and consisting principally of southern beech and conifers.
There are about 25 brands of Argentinian Bottled Water