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Not much is known about the Argentinian wizarding community, although the 2014 Quidditch World Cup was based in the Patagonian Desert, receiving a large amount of people from the international wizarding community.
Magical games and sports
- Argentina has its own National Quidditch team that has previously reached the quarter finals of the Quidditch World Cup within the last century.
- In 1877, half of this team were found tied up in the basement of a bar in Cardiff, Wales, after the Tournament that Nobody Remembers.
- The Dugbog can be found in Argentina.
- The Nogtail can be found in Argentina.
- The ashwinder, basilisk, bundimun, chizpurfle, clabbert, fairy, flobberworm, ghoul, hippogriff, jobberknoll, kneazle, merpeople, mooncalf, plimpy, puffskein, salamander, streeler, werewolf and winged horse are all found worldwide.
- In 2014, 427th Quidditch World Cup took place in the Patagonian Desert, in the south of the country. A magical lake was created to host the Fijian Dukuwaqa.
- A production of the musical Two to Tango, staged at The Kingly Court in New York in late 1926, featured a troupe of thirty Argentine dancers.
- Quidditch Through the Ages (First appearance)
- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Mentioned only)
- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (film)
- Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (film) (Mentioned on a poster and sign)