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Old August 3rd, 2015, 10:40 PM   #81
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Buenos Aires: the Engineering School in the Recoleta neighborhood, with its exquisite neogothic architecture:








































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Valparaiso


A stunning chilean city has a lot of european heritage. and the good thing is that you can find almost every style you like in a few blocks. You can find french palaces, neoclassic buildings, victorian houses, normand residences, jugend mansions, etc. Please enjoy:

Baburizza Palace
Palacio Baburizza by Rodemil Jose Morales Uribe, en Flickr

Armada Palace
P1020572 by phillipbrave, en Flickr

Lutheran Chapel
View of Iglesias Luterana at dusk with the Valparaiso Bay and it´s remarkable azure blue water far away on the right, Valparaiso, Chile by Kenneth Bäck, en Flickr

Vergara Palace
Palacio Vergara by noemijamett, en Flickr

Public Library
Biblioteca Santiago Severín by Claudia Carrasco, en Flickr

UTFSM University
Frontis UTFSM by Carlos Y., en Flickr

CSVA Building
Edificio CSVA Valparaiso by phillipbrave, en Flickr

El Mercurio de Valparaiso Newspaper Building
El Mercurio de Valparaíso by Carlos Y., en Flickr

Carmelitas Church
Iglesia Padres Carmelitas, Viña del Mar, V Región de Valparaíso. by NayRo, en Flickr

Carrasco Palace
Palacio Carrasco, Viña del Mar, Chile by arjunalistened, en Flickr

Buildings in Sotomayor Square
Fachadas Plaza Sotomayor, Valparaiso by phillipbrave, en Flickr

Brighton Hotel (Yellow one) and Atkinson's Hotel (green one)
Hotel Brighton, Valparaiso by phillipbrave, en Flickr

Bank of Chile
Banco de Chile, Valparaiso by phillipbrave, en Flickr
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Valparaiso II


House in Yugoslavian Promenade
Paseo Yugoeslavo, Valparaiso by phillipbrave, en Flickr

Pereira Palace
P1020728 by phillipbrave, en Flickr

Esmeralda Hotel Building
P1020666 by phillipbrave, en Flickr

Financial Quartier
Scotiabank Valparaiso by phillipbrave, en Flickr

Blanco theater
P1020687 by phillipbrave, en Flickr

Cousiño Palace
P1020690 by phillipbrave, en Flickr

Valparaiso Stock Exchange Building
Bolsa de Valores de Valparaiso by phillipbrave, en Flickr

España Building
Edificio España, Valparaiso by phillipbrave, en Flickr

CSAV Building
Edificio CSAV, Valparaiso by phillipbrave, en Flickr

Houses in Playa Ancha Hill
Valparaiso by phillipbrave, en Flickr

House in Gran Bretaña Avenue
Valparaiso by phillipbrave, en Flickr

SSCC Church
Iglesia SSCC, Valparaiso by phillipbrave, en Flickr

Houses in Cerro Alegre Hill
Valparaiso by phillipbrave, en Flickr

Houses in Cerro Castillo Hill
Viña del Mar by phillipbrave, en Flickr

House in Libertad Avenue
Viña del Mar by phillipbrave, en Flickr

Houses in Viña del Mar
Viña del Mar by phillipbrave, en Flickr

Ross Castle
Viña del Mar by phillipbrave, en Flickr
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Chillán-Los Ángeles-Rengo-Cañete-Pucón-Osorno-Lican Ray-Castro-Puerto Montt-Puerto Varas-Puerto Octay-Frutillar-San Felipe
Ovalle-Coquimbo-La Serena-Copiapó-concón-Valparaiso-Viña del Mar-Machalí-Coya-Copiapó-Graneros-San Francisco-Pichilemu-Penco-Curicó
Rio de Janeiro-Cabo Frío-Búzios-Lima-Máncora-Piura-Chimbote-Huacho-Chancay-Buenos Aires-La Plata-Oslo-Bergen-Skien-Ulefoss-Hareid-Ålesund-Bø

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CASA ROSADA (PINK HOUSE) - BUENOS AIRES






In front of the May Square is the Casa Rosada (Pink House), the palace of the Government House of the president of Argentina. Hundreds of years ago, there was in its place the fortress of the city, who in its base were built 2 identic buildings who were united later by Francesco Tamburini with an exotic triumphal arch. Its interiors are part of an astounding palace, worth of the economic power of the country in the lastest years of the 19th Century. The access to the Casa Rosada is allowed only in the saturdays and sundays (which I strongly recommend), and also the Museo del Bicentenario, a new museum of the History of Argentina who was built just in front, where once was the Aduana Taylor.












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