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Juanma
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Buenos Aires is divided into neighborhoods. Each one of them has something special to offer and has an important story that identifies the spirit and characteristics of its citizens.

Recoleta

La Recoleta wears a distinctly European face. Tree-lined avenues lead past fashionable restaurants, cafes, boutiques, and galleries, many housed in French-style buildings. This is a neighborhood of plazas and parks, a place where tourists and wealthy Argentines spend their leisure time outside

Pueyrredon Avenue







One of the parks in Recoleta











 

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Belgrano

Is one of Buenos Aires’s most densely populated neighborhoods. The Belgrano neighborhood has many different subdivisions. Belgrano C , Belgrano R a residential area where old mansions and skycrapers line together in the shady cobblestone streets, and the lowlands called Bajo Belgrano nearby the Rio de la Plata, where many football clubs, tennis, and recreation areas are located.

Belgrano C





Libertador Av.





Barrancas de Belgrano Park





Some new residential buildings



And beautiful old houses



Belgrano R, a quite exclusive place to live in.







The main square in Belgrano R



 

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Palermo

The largest and greenest Buenos Aires neighborhood, it subdivides into several smaller but distinct units: Palermo Chico, Palermo Viejo, which further splits into Palermo Soho, Palermo Hollywood, and Las Cañitas. With nearly 350 acres of parks, wooded areas, and lakes, designed by French landscape architect Charles Thays in 1874, Palermo provides a peaceful escape from the rush of downtown. Families flock here on weekends to picnic, suntan, bicycle, in-line skate, and jog.

Palermo Main Skyline



Libertador Av.



El Rosedal (Rose Garden)



Lakes and Park









New Towers in Palermo Hollywood







Its a restaurante and bar area



Las Cañitas





 

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Puerto Madero

Is one of the newest Buenos Aires neighborhoods and has become the trendiest place in town. The project refurbished formerly abandoned brick warehouses in the old port area into upscale residential apartments, restaurants, offices, and loft apartments located by picturesque canals. Porteños spend weekend afternoons strolling along the docks, riding bikes on the wide pathways, and lingering over coffee and pastries at riverfront cafes. The area attracts businessmen looking for a sunny lunch at midday and a fashionable, wealthy crowd at night







Faena Hotel







Corporative Buildings





 

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BITTER HEART NEVER REST
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Keep up the good work, Buenos is a stunner.
 

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Juanma
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Thanx guys, I hope I can show you as many neighborhoods as possible. Im glad you liked the pictures. :eek:kay:
 

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MONACO _ Côte d'Azur
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One of the world's great cities! Looks absolutely stunning! :cheers:

More photos please! And as many neighborhoods as possible! :D
 
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