First Popular Festival de la Francophonie in Buenos Aires

1:46 PM Sandra Gutrejde 0 Comments

Celebrating the International Day of Francophonie, on Tuesday March 20th, 2012, the First Popular Festival of the Francophonie will take place in Buenos Aires, at Plaza San Martin (Av. Santa Fe & Maipu) from 12pm to 8pm.
The Festival will include exhibitions, music, traditional dances, shows, typical food, tourist information, to illustrate the diversity of the nations involved.
An open air "village" will be set up at Plaza San Martin, with gazebos representing some of the Francophone Countries participating in this event, like: Albania, Algeria, Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Egipt, United Arab Emirates, Slovakia, Slovenia, France, Greece, Haiti, Hungary, Lebanon, Lithuania, Morocco, Poland, Czech Republic, Republic of Congo, Dominican Republic, Rumania, Serbia, Switzerland, Thailand, Tunisia, Ukraine and Vietnam.
At 5:00pm, the Canadian singer Paule-Andrée Cassidy will present her new show Ombres et Lumières.
All activities are open to the public with free entrance.

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