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Avenida de Mayo

Looking down the Avenida de Mayo towards the Argentine Congress in the 1910s.

This post was published on Wednesday, July 15th, 2009 7:02 pm. It has been categorised under Architecture Argentina and been tagged under , , , .
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  1. 15 July 2009
    10:31 pm

    Hey, I am from Argentina, most precisely from Bs As City. Did you live here, o come as a tourist? Very nice pictures by the way.

    Our country used to be so glorious and grandiose. But everything ended when we adopte democracy, our perdition..

  2. Andrew Cusack
    15 July 2009
    11:34 pm

    I was a student in Argentina for a summer many moons ago.

  3. Baron v Senden
    15 July 2009
    11:58 pm

    You are wise, Iván; welcome!

  4. 16 July 2009
    12:21 am

    Thanks.

    By the way, Andrew if you want to check out, I took some photos from “san telmo” a few weeks ago. Here is the link(http://anonymouse.org/cgi-bin/anon-www.cgi/http://liberticracia.blogspot.com/2009/07/fotos.html), you can post it if you want.

  5. 16 July 2009
    12:21 am
  6. Claude
    17 July 2009
    5:12 am

    It’s been nearly a century since that picture was taken. May Argentina’s dreams of development and happiness be reborn and realised.

  7. UB
    19 December 2009
    4:38 pm

    In the first moment I thought it is the “Rue de la Regence” in Brussels which looks very similar.

  8. Kiloran
    11 June 2010
    10:49 am

    Dear Mr. Cusack,
    thank you for your posts about Argentina & Buenos Aires. I’m a british born citizen of this country -my Argentinian parents where working in London in the Sixties-. I’m glad to find so many articles about items I like and opinions we both share.
    As Ivan has referred, many of our splendour vanished with the worst of our political class. But this is still a wounderful people in a wonderful country.

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