In several Hispanic countries, including Argentina, a girl’s fifteenth birthday party is a special event that has no equivalent in other cultures. This custom is deeply rooted in Latin American society at every social class. Its comes from a blend of a 19th-century cultural-aristocratic traditions and a ritual of pre-Columbian civilizations.
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