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Photos Taken By Fabian, a friend who gives walking tours of the city.

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La Boca with Caminito street

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The Obelisk on Nueve de Julio avenue.

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Florida Ave, a pedestrian shopping street.

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A statue on top of a mausoleum
in the Recoleta cemetery.

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Tigre - A delta region about
50 minutes north of Buenos Aires by train.

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Nueve de Julio avenue, the widest boulevard in the world, over 12 lanes, takes two stoplights to get across it.

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A statue on top of a mausoleum
in the Recoleta cemetery.

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Evita’s mausoleum in the Recoleta cemetery.  People still place flowers there every day, these signs were for her birthday.

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Artist’s wares on Caminito street in La Boca.

The design Center next to the Recoleta cemetery hosts an artist’s fair along the sidewalks of the park every weekend.

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The downtown business and financial
district near Puerto Madero.