Here’s a factoid for you: The name of the largest Spanish-speaking country in the Americas — Argentina — is not Spanish but Italian, probably accorded by Genovese navigators aboard Spanish ships in the 16th century when South America was being explored and exploited for its gold and silver riches. The name, by the way, means “made of silver” or “silver-colored.” Today, the gold and silver in Argentina are less in the ground or fashioned into Indian ...

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