"Hard to believe Buenos Aires had any beginning. I feel it to be as eternal as air and water. I've always felt there is something in Buenos Aires that I love. And I love it so much that I don't want other people find it attractive. It's a jealous love." (Jorge Luis Borges, Argentine writer)
Buenos Aires developed in the early 20th Century due to the impulse of its immigrants.
According to the French sociologist, Alain Touraine, in Buenos Aires we find the unique global phenomenon in which the same generation of Spanish, Italian, British, German or Turkish people are considered “Argentinians” as soon as they become residents or pick up the language.
So, nobody is a foreigner in Buenos Aires.
Tango in one of the public squares of the city
Children of people murder during the Argentine dictatorship (1976-1982) commemorating the 27th year after the return of the democracy.
"Don't disturb!, people enjoying"