In downtown Buenos Aires, buses have been diverted to exclusive lanes on the main boulevard 9 de Julio. About 100 blocks of once noisy and polluted roads are now fully pedestrianized streets or pedestrian-priority zones.
El Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes _ El Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes known today as the Aguas Argentinas building, built between 1887 and 1894, is to my knowledge and opinion one of the finest examples of European architecture in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It was built to house the current water tanks and supply the city and solve the growing problems of health which was mainly associated with the exponential growth that the city lived to late nineteenth century.
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