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Entries with Keyword microcentro

It’s no secret that Argentina, and Buenos Aires specifically, houses some of the best stuff in the world, whether it’s the morning medialunas you take for granted, the milongas you’ve been to once and never again, or the Malbec you …

Speciality coffee seems to be something of an obsession in Buenos Aires at the moment, a stark change from just a few years ago when expats were bemoaning the limited options available in your average porteño café. For a country …

I’m not exaggerating.

Puerto Madero has been completely sealed off. Access to certain streets is restricted between 6 AM and 10 PM and cars are being redirected to Narnia or God knows where until Thursday. Hundreds of people forced to …

Moving around the City of Buenos Aires will become complicated starting tonight ahead of the arrival of US President Barack Obama. Various main roads and nine subway stations across four lines in Microcentro will be closed from midnight tonight until …

How many times have you walked around Microcentro and had to practically climb your way over a line of cars blocking your passage across the road? Well, a new measure is hoping to improve pedestrians’ ability to move (and keep …

A man died this afternoon after the fuse box he was repairing in downtown Buenos Aires exploded, with two more hospitalized.

Alberto Crescenti – director of healthcare company SAME – confirmed the death, stating that the 38-year-old was killed by …

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Allow me to tell you a little story. Last Thursday my friend Jimena calls and invites me to go see an exhibit of “some photographs she’d taken.”

I asked for the address and she said they were being displayed on …