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Walking among the dead

By Thushan Amarasiriwardena | 1 Comment » February 2nd, 2008

Buenos Aires is divided into 47 distinct barrios (neighborhoods). For both the living, and the dead, Recoleta is considered one of the best to be in. Walk among the dead in today’s photo gallery.

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One Response to “Walking among the dead”

  1. Donna Says:

    I LOVE the “no 90 degree corners” law for buildings. What a great idea… and so much more attractive, not to mention safer.
    The life style there sounds so open and relaxed. Little security around the “Pink Building” and sitting and sipping, reading, conversing with NO waitstaff glaring at you?? Is this possible?
    Thush who ever recommended the “before and after” haircut shots had a great idea. That was fun to see. Keep it up boys you are doing an amazing job!

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