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A humble house in Buenos Aires

Landowner Ignacio Pirovano rests in his family’s Buenos Aires townhouse, 1964.

This post was published on Monday, July 6th, 2009 2:34 pm. It has been categorised under Argentina and been tagged under , .
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  1. B T Van Nostrand
    6 July 2009
    2:52 pm

    Tell us more, Mr Cusack, tell us more.

  2. 6 July 2009
    3:21 pm

    That house is now the Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo, isn’t it?

  3. Dino Marcantonio
    9 July 2009
    4:31 am

    Doesn’t look like the typical 25 foot wide lot.

  4. 9 July 2009
    11:44 pm

    I have this book. From the old Time-Life series on Argentina and the River Plate Republics. Great read.

  5. Juan Novillo Astrada
    22 July 2009
    10:09 pm

    Where from do you obtain so much info about BA & Argentina, it’s amazing!
    Congratulations

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