Argentina: Cityscapes

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It’s not a city unless it has narrow streets bustling with traffic
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The Obelisk looms in the background: Buenos Aires
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Buenos Aires’s own Wrigley Building
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What is Buenos Aires without a protest or two?
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Parks and Recreation: Buenos Aires
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What do city people do in a park? Read a book, of course: Buenos Aires
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Urban cemetery: Riccoleta, Buenos Aires
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A city worth it’s salt must have a sports team. Viva Maradona!
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And a neighborhood that celebrates the team: La Boca
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Rainy day in El Caminito
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Argentinian malls have the pope’s blessings
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All lit up: Buenos Aires
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musical fountains at the Triple Frontier in Puerto Iguazu
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Busking in costume
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Nestled in the hills as the fog lifts: Salta
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Plaza 9 de Julio on a quiet afternoon: Salta
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The “torch-bearer” of Salta
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No city is complete without infrastructure trouble: Salta roads after a night of rains
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Another park, another reader: Jujuy
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Mendoza-the city of parks: Parque San Martin
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Mendoza-the city of parks: Plaza independencia
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Mendoza-city of parks: Plaza Pedro del Castillo the site of the original city before the earthquake destroyed it in 1800s
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