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Country : Argentina

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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


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Argentina
Buenos Aires
 Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, from the Rio Plata (River Plate).
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Buenos Aires
 City Legislature.
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Buenos Aires
 Banco de la Nacion.
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Buenos Aires
 Metro station.
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Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
 The Plaza de Mayo is the city's main square.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
 Memorial marking Argentina's Independence Day.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
 The Casa Rosada, the presidential palace, was built in 1882.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
Casa Rosada
 The Casa Rosada is built on the site of a fortress.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
Casa Rosada
 Detail of the carvings on the Casa Rosada.
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Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
Casa Rosada
 Guards at the entrace to the palace.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
Casa Rosada
 Palace guard.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
Casa Rosada
 Plates used by 19th century presidents in the palace museum.
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Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
Casa Rosada
 Writings of Juan Peron, who was president between 1946 and 1952 and again between 1973 and 1974.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
Casa Rosada
 Painting of Juan Peron and his second wife, Eva Duarte, known as Evita.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
Casa Rosada
 Personal effects of Roberto Ortiz, president between 1938 and 1942.
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Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
Casa Rosada
 Personal effects of Marcello Alvear, president 1922 - 1928.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
Casa Rosada
 Plaque commemorating Juliot Roca, president 1880 - 1886.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
Casa Rosada
 Writings of Vitoriano de la Plaza, president 1914 - 1916.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
Casa Rosada
 Tango music written by Hipotiti Yrigoyen, president 1916 - 1922 and 1928 - 1930.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
Casa Rosada
 Jug with the face of Bartoleme Mitre, president 1862 - 1868.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
 The changing of the guard.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
 Every Thursday the mothers of the people who "disappeared" under the military government gather at the plaza.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
 A meeting of the mothers of the disappeared.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
 Memorial to one of the disappeared.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza de Mayo
 Cathedral Metropolitana.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
 Buenos Aires has a very European feel.
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Buenos Aires
 Street scene in the central district.
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Buenos Aires
 Street scene near the Cathedral Metropolitana.
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Buenos Aires
 Statue of Cristobel Colon (Christopher Columbus).
Argentina
Buenos Aires
La Boca
 La Boca is a colourful district of tango bars.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Caminito is a colourful pedestrian street with painted buildings decorated with tiles.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Detail of a ceramic tile image of a guitar player.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Caminito's buildings are decorated with tiles showing dancers and musicians.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Accordion player.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Tango dancers.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Colourful buildings in Caminito.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Smith at work.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Tile showing people waiting for a ship. La Boca was once a port area.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Weaving.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Caminito has many bars and cafes.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Large tile showing tango dancers.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Colourful building of Caminito.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Policeman.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Guitarist.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Tile showing a street scene.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Many of the buildings are brightly painted.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Colourful buildings.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
La Boca
 The colourful street is pedestrianised.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Political mural.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 The Disappeared.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Paintings of tango dancers.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Balconies.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Three colours and three windows.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
La Boca
 La Boca was once a port.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 Images of La Boca's naval past.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 The port is now run down.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 The port.
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Buenos Aires
La Boca
 The stadium of Boca Juniors, once home to Diego Maradona.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
 9 July Avenue.
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Buenos Aires
 Obelysk in the commercial centre.
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Buenos Aires
 British style telephone boxes.
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Buenos Aires
 Tango dancers.
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Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Chacarita Cemetary is one of the largest in the world and is like a city within a city.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The cemetary has numbered avenues and streets.
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Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Many tombs are opulent and cost more than city apartments.
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Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The roads are swept clean every day and can be driven on.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The tomb of Juan Peron who took power in a military coup in 1943 until ousted by another coup in 1955.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 A car driving among the tombs.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Some tombs are large and opulent.
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Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Typical street of tombs at Chacarita Cemetary.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 An opulent domed family tomb.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Tree-lined street of tombs.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The tomb of Madre Maria Salome.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Madre Maria Salome was a healer. Her tomb is a pilgrimage site.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The tomb of Carlos Gardel, a Tango singer who died in a plane crash in 1935.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Carlos Gardel made Tango acceptable during his career between 1917 and 1935. His most famous song is "Volver".
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Detail of the statue of Tango singer, Carlos Gardel showing his famous smile and bow tie.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Detail of the statue of Tango singer, Carlos Gardel. Pilgrims ensure that a lit cigarette is always in his hand like it was in life.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The tomb of Tango singer, Carlos Gardel is festooned with plaques from around the world.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Plaque on the tomb of singer, Carlos Gardel from a USA record company.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The artists' quarter.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The tomb of Louis Sandrini, a comedian.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The tomb of Anitil Troilo, a Tango musician known as Pichuco.
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Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Highly decorated classical tomb.
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Buenos Aires
 British style post box.
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Buenos Aires
Teatro Colon
 Teatro Colon dates from 1908.
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Buenos Aires
Teatro Colon
 The stained glass for the dome came from France.
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Buenos Aires
Teatro Colon
 Interior made from Italian marble.
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Buenos Aires
 Professional dog walker.
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Buenos Aires
 Busker in the park.
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Buenos Aires
 Balconies.
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Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 San Telmo is the artists' quarter of the city.
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Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Music shop with posters of Tango singer, Carlos Gardel.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 One of the many restaurants in San Telmo.
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Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Mate stall. Mate is a tea drunk from wooden cups through metal straws.
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Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Metalware stall.
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Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Boleros.
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Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 The Sunday antique market.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Paintings of tango dancers. The Tango began in Buenos Aires.
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Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Paintings of tango dancers. The Tango was originally a brothel dance.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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