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Municipalidad de Chascomús

Municipalidad de Chascomús

~Caminito tango in La Boca, most colorful neighborhood in Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA

Summer Travel: Caminito tango in La Boca, most colorful neighborhood in Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA

500px / Photo "el Ateneo Bookstore, Buenos Aires"Argentina by Taylor Moore crazyBuenosAires.com by TheCrazyCities.com

"El Ateneo" Bookstore, Buenos Aires"Argentina by Taylor Moore --- My fav place in BsAs .was a theather and now is a bookstore, is amazing Karina Apipilhuasco

La Boca(dasse), Buenos Aires, Argentina. Oldest neighborhood, origin immigrants from Italian city of Genoa. Bright houses were painted from leftover paint from the shipyards.

Argentina CAMINITO, the famous street of Carlos Gardel in Buenos Aires. Caminitos is in the top Must see Places" in Buenos Aires.

Our hotel, Hilton, was located in this area for the convention I attended. Very nice area with a lot of restaurants. Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires, Argentina jennyzhhou comment: already gone but at night it's surreal! i love puerto madero.

Aerial view of Avenida 9 de Julio.  The widest avenue in the world.  Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA

Aerial view of Avenida 9 de Julio. The widest avenue in the world. Buenos Aires, ARGENTINATravel Share and enjoy!

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Buenos Aires, Argentina. Warm and fun this time of year, Buenos Aires is a pulsating city full of culture—and parties. Known for its delectable food and intoxicating dance (and wine), this Argentine capital is a terrific destination for night owls who want to ring in the New Year at midnight—and keep the party going until dawn.

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Obelisco, Buenos Aires "The purpose of life is to live it, to taste it, to experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.

Green church, Buenos Aires, Argentina.  “a parish church in Buenos Aires, Argentina known as the “Huerto de Olivos”, or “Garden of Olives,” most likely a reference Gethsemane, on the Mount of Olives”

Buenos Aires The "Green Church", Iglesia Jesús en el Huerto de Los Olivos, is covered in a vertical garden, certainly one of the most interesting churches in the world

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