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Corrientes Avenue, known as 'the street that never sleeps' is densely populated with theatres, cinemas restaurants and bookshops, open until late at night, where you might get your hands on all type of editions.

Intersection between Corrientes Av. and 9 de Julio Av.:




































 

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I really enjoy looking at pictures of Buenos Aires. If you don't mind me saying, it reminds me a bit of New York City, London, Paris, Madrid. It has this feeling of those cities of that kind of metropolis. :cheers:
 

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it does look like those cities...
 

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great, don't forget to visit these places:


-diagonal norte
-alem avenue
-puerto madero
-santa fe avenue
-9 de julio avenue
-florida street & galerías pacifico
- plaza san martin
-MALBA
 

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lovely....BsAs is sexellent
 

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u are welcome!
 

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maechile said:
where are the shopping del abasto pics??
Corrientes Avenue is quite long.. Abasto Shopping is about 2 km from there.. the thing is that the part of Corrientes where Abasto is located is no longer "Broadway".. the section with the theaters would be about 1,5 km long...
 

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great, don't forget to visit these places:


-diagonal norte
-alem avenue
-puerto madero
-santa fe avenue
-9 de julio avenue
-florida street & galerías pacifico
- plaza san martin
-MALBA
Great pics, thanks. But you should add to the list of suburbs, the classy Belgrano (my favorite one :D)

Any chance of ever posting pictures of that part of BA?
 
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