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6 viewsThe obelisk marks the theatre district and more or less my hostel.
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14 viewsA look down the world's widest avenue, Avenida 9 de Julio, which goes around the obelisk.
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9 viewsSome hotel employees let me into a suite to take this photo of Avenida 9 de Julio wrapping around the obelisk.
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10 viewsPlaza de Mayo near the Pink House (Casa Rosada). Down one avenue you can see the obelisk. The other connects directly to Congress, Champs d'Elysees style.
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8 viewsLa Casa Rosada, the Argentine equivalent of the White House.
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9 viewsA really great band (El Metodo) from Mendoza busking.
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9 viewsThere are actually a few trees like this in parks around Buenos Aires. Love 'em!
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8 viewsWhat did I do with my afternoon? Visited Cementerio de Recoleta, an overwhelmingly incredible place.
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7 viewsCrypts, tombs, and graves of the most wealthy/notable Argentines are to be found here.
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8 viewsThe photo doesn't do justice to this marble masterpiece.
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8 viewsA guard looks on, ignoring the trauma behind him.
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7 viewsThis angel isn't flying anytime soon.
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7 viewsHere's the whole crypt.
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8 viewsThe detailing of the crypts was without parallel. Here ivy covers it as well.
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7 viewsA copper chain surrounds this grave.
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7 viewsIt could very well have been a town of the dead.
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7 viewsWhat can I say? Incredible.
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7 viewsA mix of sadness and acceptance as this angel looks to the heavens.
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7 viewsThis door doesn't open too often.
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7 viewsAn eery statue watches over the cemetery.
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