What Is Milonga?

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Milonga can refer to an Argentine, Uruguayan and South Brazilian type of song which was invented way before the tango and the dance style which goes along with it. It may also refer to the places or events where the tango or milonga are played. The word milonga comes from a related term that means 'lyrics'. The milonga has its roots in the R ­o de la Plata area of Argentina and Uruguay.
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argentina and uruguayan area(rio de la plata)
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