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Montevideo, November 15th 2018 - 17:16 UTC

Tag: Juan Carlos Pallarols

  • Friday, October 20th 2017 - 06:03 UTC

    A Rose for Peace presented the Falklands by Argentine students

    The Rose for Peace made from shell casings metal with the engraved names of the three civilian ladies killed as a result of accidental fire from a British warship

    The large number of Argentine visitors to the Falkland Islands this week included pupils of the Don Bosco College in Ensenada. Having spent the first full day of their stay visiting the military cemeteries at Darwin and San Carlos where they paid tribute to the fallen of both sides in 1982, on Monday the group, whose visit was arranged in conjunction with the British Embassy in Buenos Aires, was given a presentation on the Falklands by the FIG Policy Department.

  • Thursday, January 26th 2017 - 20:24 UTC

    Falkland Islands' war materials turned into roses for peace

    Goldsmith Juan Carlos Pallarols at his workshop creating metal roses from bullets, pistols and even parts of airplanes from the Falkland Islands war (Pic WGKA)

    Argentine goldsmith Juan Carlos Pallarols is creating beautiful roses and other pieces of art from bullets, pistols and even parts of airplanes from the Falkland Islands war as a way of promoting peace between his country and Britain.