What country in South America has the largest Welsh contingent?

Interesting Information: The area known as ‘Patagonia’ contains many 19th century Welsh settlements in southern Argentina, commonly referred to as Gwladfa Patagonia.

Where did the Welsh settle in Argentina?

In addition to the main colony in Chubut, a smaller colony was set up in Santa Fe by 44 Welsh people who left Chubut, and another group settled at Coronel Suárez in southern Buenos Aires Province.

Welsh language names for Argentine places.

Spanish Welsh English translation of Welsh name
Trevelin Tre Felin mill town

Do they speak English in Patagonia?

Although Spanish might be the official language in Patagonia, don’t be surprised if you come across German, English, Italian and even Welsh speakers on your travels.

Where in the world speaks Welsh?

Welsh language

Pronunciation [kəmˈraːɨɡ]
Region United Kingdom (Wales, England), Argentina (Chubut Province)
Ethnicity Welsh
Speakers Wales: 883,600 (29.1% of the population of Wales, 2020; including both L1 and L2 speakers) England: 110,000 (2001, estimated) Argentina: 1,500–5,000 Canada: L1,<3,885

What is the easiest language to learn?

And The Easiest Language To Learn Is…

  1. Norwegian. This may come as a surprise, but we have ranked Norwegian as the easiest language to learn for English speakers. …
  2. Swedish. …
  3. Spanish. …
  4. Dutch. …
  5. Portuguese. …
  6. Indonesian. …
  7. Italian. …
  8. French.
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