Roma people in Argentina

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There is approximately 300,000 Roma in Argentina, making it the country with the second largest Romani community in Latin America after Brazil. The first Romani subgroup to arrive were Spanish Kalé who came from Spain at different times and spoke Spanish dialects rather than the Romani language.[1]

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  1. "Emerging Romani Voices from Latin America".