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Buenos Aires: Paris of South America

Publish Time:2017-04-07 18:32:39Source:WTCF

【Introduction】:As the capital of Argentina, the largest city in the Southern Hemisphere, and an important port along the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean, Buenos Aires welcomed some special visitors from Spain in the 16th century.

As the capital of Argentina, the largest city in the Southern Hemisphere, and an important port along the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean, Buenos Aires welcomed some special visitors from Spain in the 16th century. These visitors were sailors, who arrived in the River de la Plata by the blessings of the "Santa Maria de los Buenos Aires," the "Holy Virgin Mary of the Good Winds" who was said to have given them the good winds to reach the coast of what is today the modern city of Buenos Aires.

Buenos Aires: Paris of South America

This city was built on the riverbank. When standing on top of the skyscrapers of Puerto Madero Waterfront to overlook the city below, you will see the wide Rat is today the modern c Silver) in the east, the beautiful Caronia of Uruguay across the river, and the urban area of the city that stretches along the horizon.

Buenos Aires is a city suitable for recalling the past stories, because of its ancient European buildings, slate-paved roads, and the musical sounds of the violin coming out of the window. If you want to have a musical tour, you may visit the parks and village greens, where singers sing with their enchanting voices. The most important shops on the streets are bookstores and cafes. If you are a person who loves art and appreciates quietness, Buenos Aires is surely your paradise. Every corner of the city is filled with art and music.

Buenos Aires: Paris of South America

Buenos Aires has been crowned as the “Paris of South America.” Most of these amazing European style buildings were constructed during the “Golden Time.” Walking through Recoleta and Palermo, you can easily see the apartment walls with ornaments carved out of marble, carved wooden doors, ancient Greek copper buckles imported from Italy, Gothic churches, Roman theaters, and Spanish yards, so that the entire city looks like an classic European city in South America. That’s the reason why it was reputed as the “Paris of South America.”

Buenos Aires: Paris of South America

It is widely known that Argentina’s most famous local special is the Tango dance, which was originated from La Boca in the south of the capital. In this area, you can see all kinds of well-dressed Tango performers. Tango, which reveals the philosophy of life or the rhythm of the city, is a kind of magic power, which makes your indulge and dream. Nowhere else is better than Argentina if you want to appreciate the original Tango dance. It is true that you cannot tell others you have seen Tango if you haven’t seen the Tango dance of Argentinean people.

Buenos Aires: Paris of South America

The Tango music is dynamic and features the obvious syncopation sound. The dance steps are gorgeous, elegant, and wild, with countless changes, for each cross step, kick, jump, or rotation is mesmerizing indeed.

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