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Photo Subject : Cities and Towns

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Photos marked as were added from 23 May 2020.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Description Year
Taken
Argentina
Buenos Aires
La Boca
Benito Quinquela Martin Museum
 Industrial area.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
La Boca
Benito Quinquela Martin Museum
 Boca Juniors football stadium.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 San Telmo is the artists' quarter of the city.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Quiet cobbled street.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Music shop with posters of Tango singer, Carlos Gardel.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 One of the many restaurants in San Telmo.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 San Telmo is a district of tango bars, restuarants and cafes.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 San Telmo has a busy Sunday market.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Belt seller.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Clothes stalls.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Market day is popular and busy.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 The entrance to Mercado San Telmo.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Mercado San Telmo dates from 1897 and occupies a whole city block.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 People snacking.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Dulce de leche is a caramel like sweet, popular in both Argentina and Chile.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Fruit stall.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Shops in Mercado San Telmo.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 The covered market occupies a whole block.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Lebanese food.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 18th century Plaza Dorego (the oldest square in the city) is the centre of the antique market.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Antique seller in Plaza Dorego.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Coins and stamps.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Mate stall. Mate is a tea drunk from wooden cups through metal straws.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Metalware stall.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Boleros.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 The Sunday antique market.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Paintings of tango dancers. The Tango began in Buenos Aires.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Paintings of tango dancers. The Tango was originally a brothel dance.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Paintings of tango dancers.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Drawing of Tango dancers.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Tango originated in Buenos Aires in the early 20th century.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Murals of musicians.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Cafe bar.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Stonework and murals.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Cafe bar.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Cafe restaurant.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Cobbled street.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
 The Puerto Rica Cafe once used by the Argentinian pope for breakfast.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
 Cakes in Pertutti Cafe.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
 Dulce de leche is a popular desert in Argentina and Chile.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
 The National College.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Manzana de las Luces
 The Manzana de las Luces dates from 1782.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
 Street scene.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
 Old reflected in the new.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Basilica del Rosario
 General Manuel Belgrano, one of Argentina's heroes.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Ethnographic Museum
 The Ethnographic Museum is in a former mansion.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Ethnographic Museum
 The courtyard.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Museum of Belles Artes
 The Museum of Belles Artes is set in a neo-classical building.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Museum of Belles Artes
 Exhibition for Uruguayan painter Pedro Figari.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Evita Museum
 The Evita Museum is set in a 1923 mansion.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Evita Museum
 The building was home to the Evita Foundation between 1948 and 1952.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Evita Museum
 The museum is dedicated to Eva Peron (Evita), the First Lady of the country in the late 1940s and early 1950s.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Evita Museum
 Carved staircase.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Evita Museum
 The inner courtyard.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Evita Museum
 Blue tiles.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Evita Museum
 Stone and wooden balcony.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Evita Museum
 Tiled painting of the Virgin.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Evita Museum
 Sitting room.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Chacarita Cemetary is one of the largest in the world and is like a city within a city.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The cemetary has numbered avenues and streets.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Many tombs are opulent and cost more than city apartments.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The roads are swept clean every day and can be driven on.
1998
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.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 A car driving among the tombs.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Some tombs are large and opulent.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Typical street of tombs at Chacarita Cemetary.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 An opulent domed family tomb.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Tree-lined street of tombs.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The tomb of Madre Maria Salome.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Madre Maria Salome was a healer. Her tomb is a pilgrimage site.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The tomb of Carlos Gardel, a Tango singer who died in a plane crash in 1935.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Detail of the statue of Tango singer, Carlos Gardel showing his famous smile and bow tie.
1998
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.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The tomb of Tango singer, Carlos Gardel is festooned with plaques from around the world.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Plaque on the tomb of singer, Carlos Gardel from a USA record company.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The artists' quarter.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The tomb of Louis Sandrini, a comedian.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The tomb of Anitil Troilo, a Tango musician known as Pichuco.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Highly decorated classical tomb.
1998
Argentina
Buenos Aires
 Elegant apartments in the embassy district.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
 The Retiro district.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Museum of Hispanoamerican Art
 The Museum of Hispanoamerican Art is set in a Peruvian style mansion.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Museum of Hispanoamerican Art
 The courtyard.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Museum of Hispanoamerican Art
 The museum garden.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Museum of Hispanoamerican Art
 The museum is set in a Peruvian style mansion built in the 1920s.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Museum of Hispanoamerican Art
 The interior of the mansion is made of stone and wood.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Museum of Hispanoamerican Art
 The museum exhibits items from the Colonial era.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Museum of Hispanoamerican Art
 Painted ceiling.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Museum of Hispanoamerican Art
 Floor tiles.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Museum of Hispanoamerican Art
 Carved wooden ceiling.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
 Downtown buildings close to the Plaza de Mayo.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
 Buildings near the city centre.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Puerto Madero
 Puerto Madero is the rennovated old port area.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Puerto Madero
 Many old port buildings have been converted to restaurants and galleries.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Puerto Madero
 The Sarmiento frigate is an 85m long sail ship that sailed around the world between 1899 and 1938.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Puerto Madero
 The Bridge of The Woman (2001) is a 160m long swing bridge.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Puerto Madero
 Modern buildings in the old port area.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Puerto Madero
 Marina.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Puerto Madero
 Hotels.
2019
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Puerto Madero
 Dramatic view.
2019

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2020 KryssTal

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