Meyer received the President at the booth of Tourism

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After the official opening of Technopolis 2012, the Minister of Tourism, Enrique Meyer, welcomed the President’s Office, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner at the stand of the Ministry of Tourism (MINTUR).

Minister Meyer toured with the Head of State the new attractions of Technopolis 2012, including World Heritage Sites: Talampaya, La Rioja, Iguazu Falls, Misiones and Cave of the Hands, Santa Cruz.

You will enjoy in the halls of MINTUR natural attractions of our country as the Quebrada de Humahuaca, Glacier Perito Moreno, Argentina and the Antarctic Peninsula Valdes.

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