A beautiful landscape of a Mendoza City's part seen from the highest of Gómez building.
Mendoza is a city in central-northern Argentina. It was founded by Spanish conquistadors in 1561, and named after Garcia Hurtado de Mendoza, then the governor of Chile.

Today, Mendoza is known as Argentina's prime wine-country, but is also famous for its production of olive oil. Additionally, Mendoza is a well-known location for sports such as skiing, mountain climbing, horseback riding, and rafting, mostly thanks to the surrounding countryside and mountainous region.

People Born in Mendoza

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Mendoza in People's Lives

Walt Disney: I was sent here on a filming mission by the U.S. Government in 1941, in an effort to improve relations with South America.

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