El Ateneo Grand Splendid, Buenos Aires, Argentina: An old movie theater converted into an amazing bookstore. You guys, it's a BOOKSTORE in a THEATER. And apparently you can have coffee on the stage and read up in the balconies.
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LONDON CITY CAFÉ, Buenos Aires. Known as "the London", in Av. de Mayo, it was opened in 1954 and it is frequently visited by politicians, journalists and intellectuals for meetings in the city downtown. Julio Cortázar placed some of the characters of his novel "Los Premios" in that café.
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