Wednesday, December 25, 2013
Sunday, December 8, 2013
The Jesuit Crypt was built centuries ago in the province of Cordoba. It was originally designed to serve the Jesuits, but was later converted to a crypt and a crematorium. The Jesuits were a society of Jesus Christ followers within the Catholic Church. Some say, that the crypt was used as a training area for Jesuit followers. It was eventually abandoned after the Jesuits were expelled.
|Original entrance into the crypt that was buried by construction long ago|
|Modern day entrance into the crypt|
|3D Map of the crypt's interior|
Decomposition chamber where the dead were placed and covered with quicklime to mask the stench and speed up the decomposition process
Thursday, December 5, 2013
So, what caused this crime spree that made the L.A. riots look like Disneyland? The police force! Only a month after a drug scandal broke out, the cops in Cordoba province demanded an undeserved pay increase. But they went on strike as soon as the government failed to meet their demands.
I took to social media to protest the actions of the vandals. For the most part, the general consensus of the Argentine people was the same, they were all ashamed and disgusted by the actions of these thieves. Some people even took matters into their own hands to stop the vandals.
|People beat the crap out of this looter|
|Sure! Cry all you want! You should have thought of it before you started stealing|
By Wednesday afternoon, the government gave into the demands of the police and cops went back to work. Order has now been restored… for the most part, but there were over 60 injuries and at least one death in all this mayhem, not to mention that over a thousand stores were damaged.
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
|The line to buy the "Libreta De Estudiante"|
|The line to register at the psychology building|
- A copy of the D.N.I. or passport
- 2 photos (the size of those used on passports)
- A printout of the online application completely filled out
- High School Diploma and Transcripts
|The classroom where we registered|
|My "Libreta De Estudiante"|