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- Norma Aleandro actress
- Gabriel Batistuta football player
- Manuel Belgrano politician, creator of argentine flag
- Ladislao Biro inventor ball point pen
- Julio Bocca ballet dancer
- Jorge Luis Borges writer, poet, critic, librarian
- Guillermo Brown admiral
- Adolfo Bioy Casares author
- Juan Jose Castro composer
- Julio Cortazar author
- Juan Martin del Potro tennis player
- Raul Di Blasio pianist
- Ulises Dumont actor
- Tomas Elroy journalist, author, newspaper founder
- Adolfo Perez Esquivel nobel laureate
- Carlos Gardel singer, songwriter, composer (born in France)
- Alberto Ginastera composer
- Emanuel Ginobili basketball player
- Ernesto "Che" Guevara revolutionary, guerrila leader, author
- Ricardo Guiraldes author
- Jose Hernandez journalist, poet
- Bernardo Alberto Houssay nobel laureate
- Olivia Hussey (Olivia Osuna) actress
- Paco Jamandreu confidant of first lady Eva Peron
- Mario Kempes footballer
- Juan B. Justo founder Argentina Socialist Party
- Alejandro Korn physician, reformist, politician
- La Argentia flamenco dancer
- Fernando Lamas actor
- Lorenzo Lamas actor
- Luis Federico Leloir biochemist (born in France)
- Leopoldo Lugones journalist, author
- Benito Lynch author
- Diego Maradona footballer, manager
- Karen March war correspondent
- Tomas Elroy Martinez journalist, newspaper founder
- Lionel Andres Leo" Messi footballer
- Gen. Bartolome Mitre former president
- Leonardo Moledo author
- Roberto Noble journalist, politician, anchor
- Fito Paez musician, songwriter
- Pascual Perez first argentine world boxing champ
- Eva Duarte de Peron "Evita" former first lady
- Emilio Pettoruti artist
- Felipe Pigna historian
- Luis Puenzo film maker
- Juan Manuel de Rosas dictator
- Jose de San Martin protector of the south
- Domingo Faustino Sarmiento essayist
- Jose Maria Sobral Antarctic explorer
- Osvaldo Soriano author, film maker
- Juan Domingo Peron Sosa politician
- Carlos Thays landscape architect
- Juan Carlos Thorry actor, musician
- Hector Varela musician
- Dalmacio Velez Sarsfield author of civil/commercial codes
- Juan Vucetich inventor modern fingerprinting
- Rodolfo Walsh journalist, author, revolutionary
- Alberto Williams composer
- Abraham Willink entomologist
- Jamie Yankelevich businessman , television pioneer
- Rogelio Yrurtia sculptor
- Juan Carlos Zabala athlete
- Roberto Zaldivar M.D.
- Pablo Ziegler musician
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