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Edited by: veit on 21.12.2003 veit on 26.08.2003
Last postings about Saenz Peña Chaco Argentina from other users
 
doqshilec wrote:

Baños Termales y Zoo con animales autóctonos y exóticos.


maxsur67 wrote:

Not only it's classic tango milongas scattered all around, bohemios neighbourhoods in the south or frenchstyle architecture in the north, or nights that won't finish, Buenos Aires is full of museums, nice sidewalks, an important cultural movement.


caban13 wrote:

Ufff muchas!!... Navegar por el Delta del Tigre, caminar por San Telmo y sus tanguerías, La Boca, Bosques de Palermo, Museo de Bellas Artes, Cementerio de la Recoleta y Pza Francia... sus construcciones e historia. Es una ciudad muy interesante por la diversidad cultural que encontramos producto de las diferentes oleadas inmigratorias. Se dice que Buenos Aires es la ciudad que nunca duerme por lo que hay gran cantidad de bares, tradicionales y temáticos que visitar A lot of! Like sail the Paraná Delta in "El Tigre", walk for San Telmo and its tanguerías (tango bars). La Boca ("Caminito"), Bosques de Palermo, Museums, Recoleta Cemetery y Plaza Francia. architecture and history. Buenos Aires is an interesting city because has a diversity culture product of big migrations (italian, spanish, irish, russian, etc). Buenos Aires is called "The city that never sleeps" There are plenty of bars (traditionals, thematics) to go.



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