Filleted Art Buenos Aires

Filleted Art Buenos Aires, all the history and details about one of the most emblematic techniques of the city.

If we say that Tango is the characteristic music of Buenos Aires, Filleted is confirmed as its stroke, its signature, its handwritten lyrics. Buenos Aires urban landscape, declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 2015.

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Port of Buenos Aires

Port of Buenos Aires, all the history about the main connection center of the country.

With a capacity of 1.5 million tons of total annual cargo, it is in charge of connecting Argentina with the rest of the world. Its operation reaches 62% of container cargo for the entire country. Every year, 1,200 ships arrive, in addition to locomotives, railway material and wagons, to reactivate the freight train network.

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How to get a ticket to see Boca

How to get a ticket to see Boca, all the information so you can go support the most important team in Argentina!

Club Atlético Boca Juniors is recognized worldwide as one of the best teams in our country. With the colors Blue and Gold as the logo, you will see many fans wearing that combination with a lot of pride and love.

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Club Atlético Boca Juniors

Club Atlético Boca Juniors, all the details about one of the most important Soccer Clubs in Argentina (and the world).

It is one of the most recognized sports entities in the country, with millions of fans spread all over the world!

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Tango of Buenos Aires

Tango of Buenos Aires, a journey through one of the most important musical styles in Argentina.

Intense, passionate and with an enormous feeling, it was declared by UNESCO as Intangible Cultural Heritage, since it is the most representative icon of the city of Buenos Aires.

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Monumental Tower Buenos Aires

Monumental Tower Buenos Aires, a Renaissance monument over 60 meters high!

Popularly known as the “Tower of the English”, it is a gift from British residents for the Centenary of the Independence of our country and the first national government.

It was built in 1916, with more than 60 meters high, where the Gas of Retiro fuel distributor was located, in that same neighborhood. Currently, this site is known as the Argentine Air Force Square.

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Soho Market Buenos Aires

Soho Market Buenos Aires, a new gastronomic space that you cannot miss!

In the heart of Palermo, this 700m2 building is erected, with two floors and 9 restaurants serving international cuisine.

It has two signature cocktail bars, draft beers and traditional cocktails, which seeks to be a replica of the most important European markets.

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Gastronomic Markets Buenos Aires

Gastronomic Markets Buenos Aires, a complete guide with the best places to delight your palate, accompanied by a beautiful atmosphere of walking and distraction.

The City of Buenos Aires, in addition to being immense, has many different activities to do and, at the same time, get to know the city more thoroughly. One of these proposals, and the most sought after in recent times, is related to Gastronomy.

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The Argentinian Rosette Day

The Argentinian Rosette Day, a day of celebration of the national colors.

Every May 18, the day of our Rosette is celebrated. The date was instituted by the National Council of Education in 1935, for which it is included in school calendars.

It is one of the symbols of the Argentine homeland, along with the Anthem, the Flag and the National Emblem.

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Diego Armando Maradona

Diego Armando Maradona, a brief tour of his history and the importance he has in our country and the world!

As we have been telling you, Argentina has several outstanding characters that have marked our history. Undoubtedly, one of them is Diego Armando Maradona, one of the best players the world had, regardless of time.

The number 10 will always belong to him and will bring him to our memory. Those who wear that number on their jersey feel Diego’s legacy.

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