Queen Margrethe visited Jujuy Province in Northern Argentina

After her state visit to Argentina, Queen Margrethe spent a couple of private days in Jujuy Province in Northern Argentina. Here, The Queen stayed in the town of Purmamarca, which is at the foot of The Hill of Seven Colors (Cerro de los Siete Colores). During the stay, The Queen visited Dr. Eduardo Casanova Archaeological Museum in Tilcara and the Pucará de Tilcara archaeological site. The Pucará de Tilcara was declared a National Monument in 2000. During the visit, archaeologist Maria Ester Albeck, who is of Danish origin, accompanied The Queen.
The Queen visited Purmamarca town, which is at the foot of The Hill of Seven Colors. Dr. Eduardo Casanova Archaeological Museum
The Queen visited Purmamarca town, which is at the foot of The Hill of Seven Colors. Dr. Eduardo Casanova Archaeological Museum
The Queen visited Purmamarca town, which is at the foot of The Hill of Seven Colors. Dr. Eduardo Casanova Archaeological Museum
The Queen visited Purmamarca town, which is at the foot of The Hill of Seven Colors. Dr. Eduardo Casanova Archaeological Museum

8 comments:

  1. The queen looks better in 3 and 4 pics . The red jacket with the beige trousers fit her figure perfectly. I like the daisy earrings .

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  2. She is so courageous to do this trip since she seems to be suffering from the back. I like the red hat.

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  3. Wonderful pics of a wonderful Queen.

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  4. La reine porte beaucoup d'attention aux explications données 25032019 17.20

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  5. How lovely that she spend a little private time in Argentina.Like the red blazer.

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  6. Was wondering if she was still in Argentina as Felipe and Letizia are now there. Seemed a bit busy to have two sets of overseas royalty there simultaneously .

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  7. What is she doing in Argentina? And King Felipe vi also is there. Is something going on that I don’t noticed? Did I miss something? Cause I’ve heard King Phillips is also going to the country soon

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