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WHAT COUNTRY’S CAPITAL CITY HAS A NAME THAT MEANS “FAIR WINDS” IN SPANISH?
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[STC00689] Buenos Aires is the name of Argentina’s capital city, and the name literally translates to “pleasant winds” or “fair winds” in Spanish. When the city was first established in the 16th century, its full name was “Ciudad de la Santisima Trinidad y Puerto de Nuestra Seora la Virgen Mara de los Buenos Aires,” which translates to “City of the Most Holy Trinity and Port of Our Lady Saint Mara of the Fair Winds.” This name was given to the city in honor of the three holy persons who were believed to have been responsible for its founding. The Spanish sailor who is credited with establishing the first port in what is now known as Buenos Aires is said to have given the city its name because it was sufficiently far south for him to avoid being bitten by a particular type of marshland mosquito. Since malaria gets its name from the French phrase for “poor air,” “mal aire,” the absence of mosquitoes in the city led to an improvement in the quality of the air there. The greater Buenos Aires region has around 17 million inhabitants, making it the fourth-most populous metropolitan area in the Americas.