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As a result, Argentines do not consider their nationality as an ethnicity but as a citizenship with various ethnicities.
Aside from the Indigenous population, nearly all Argentines or their ancestors immigrated within the past five centuries.
The main immigration sources were from Europe, the countries from the Near and Middle East, Russia and Japan.
Eventually Argentina became the second country that received the most immigrants in the world, only second to the United States.
descendants of the Spaniards who settled Argentina during colonial times.
Many of these intermarried with local Amerindian populations and later waves of European migrants, primarily from Italy and Spain.
Asian Argentines settled in Argentina in large numbers during several waves of immigration in the 20th century.As a result, the people there usually treat their nationality as a citizenship, but not an ethnicity.Argentines usually refer to their country as a "crisol de razas" ("crucible of races"), or, a melting pot.It is estimated that up to 25 million Argentines, up to 60% of the total population, have Italian ancestry, wholly or in part.Smaller Jewish, Native, Arab, Asian, Gypsy, and African communities contribute to the melting pot.