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Colorful La Boca, #Buenos Aires, #Argentina @Leticia de Abreu Virguez

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Colorful La Boca neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Where the Tango was born. Took Tango lessons and loved the food.

San Telmo, Buenos Aires. Barrio auténtico, con rincones magníficos, restaurantes, bares, espectáculos callejeros...

Outdoor Cafe, Krakow, Poland // i want to go and find this place and sit there all day.: Outdoor Cafe, Krakow, Poland // i want to go and find this place and sit there all day.

Casa Rosada, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Visit the Pink House (La Casa Rosada) in Buenos Aires. Stay for the street performances & market stalls (check out the mate sets) in the square.

Galerías Pacífico, Avenida Florida, Buenos Aires, Argentina.  Photo: Sigfrid Lopez via Flickr.

Galerías Pacífico, Calle Florida y Avenida Cordoba, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Barrio de San Telmo, Buenos Aires. Argentina

Outdoor Cafe, Krakow, Poland // i want to go and find this place and sit there all day.: Outdoor Cafe, Krakow, Poland // i want to go and find this place and sit there all day.

A short guide to the top ten best cafes in Palermo in Buenos Aires. The perfect stops for tea and cake.

Top ten cafés in Palermo, Buenos Aires

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Palacio Barolo. Buenos Aires

Palacio Barolo is a landmark office building, located at 1370 Avenida de Mayo, in the neighborhood of Monserrat, Buenos Aires, Argentina. When it was built it was the tallest building in the city a…

El Fileteado Porteño - Fileteado.com, Fileteado Porteño de Alfredo Genovese

The Fileteado Porteño - Form of decorative art that originated from Buenos Aires in the beginning of the century

Yerba Mate

In Argentina and Uruguay it´s simply called MATE. If you add water as you would tea and then strain it into a cup it´s called MATE COCIDO. In summer you can drink it cold and its call TERERÉ.

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