A journey into Argentina

Buenos Aires: Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina, and the second largest city in South America.

La Boca: Easily the city's most colorful neighborhood, La Boca positively screams color.

Tango dancing: Caminito (or "Little Path") was named after a 1926 tango song.

Recoleta Cemetery: One of Buenos Aires' most popular tourist destinations is Recoleta Cemetery.

Casa Rosada: Holding court on Buenos Aires' historic Plaza de Mayo is the Casa Rosada.

Buenos Aires Cabildo: Also set on Plaza de Mayo is the original seat of the colonial-era government.

National Historical Museum: Buenos Aires museums don't disappoint. For a better understanding about the country and its complex history.

Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires: The Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires (MALBA) is a must for anybody with an interest in the lives.

Buenos Aires Museum of Modern Art: Works by some of Argentina's most influential modern artists, names that include Antonio Berni.

Metropolitan Cathedral: Overlooking Plaza de Mayo, Buenos Aires' Metropolitan Cathedral is recognized for its temple-like Neoclassical facade. 

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