Gaiman, the Welsh town in Argentina
Gaiman is a little town in Chubut, Patagonia. It’s one of the only places outside of Wales that speaks welsh. After Welsh settlers went there in
According to the 2010 census Gaiman has a population of 4,730, although the Welsh people have mostly been faded out over the years, the Welsh side seems mainly for tourism now.
Gaiman is a cultural and demographic centre of the main region of Welsh settlement in Argentina, known in Welsh as Y Wladfa Gymreig. The town was founded in 1874 by David D. Roberts and acquired municipal rights in 1885.
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