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Two Spectacular Photos which personify Buenos Aires City

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Two Spectacular Photos which personify Buenos Aires City


The Place: It is the first work by the Valencian architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava that was built in Latin America. It was carried out entirely in Spain and was transferred to Buenos Aires divided into parts during several trips. Inaugurated in December 2001, it is part of the list of “must-sees” that the City recommends visiting tourists.

Curiosities: Its structure, refined and sensual, simulates a couple dancing the tango. The white mast represents the man and the curved silhouette, the woman. In addition, the bridge, 160 meters long and 6 meters wide is technically prepared to move whenever a ship needs to transit the area. Calatrava’s work was distinguished in Amsterdam with the 2008 Prix d Excellence award in the Public Sector category.



The Place: The stadium, with a maximum capacity of 49,000 spectators, was a project of the Yugoslav architect Victorio Sulsic and the engineer José L. Delpini, inaugurated in May 1940 during a match in which Boca defeated San Lorenzo, 2-0. the decades, it became one of the obligatory and preferred stops of the traditional walk of Caminito street; a circuit that both locals and tourists enjoy, especially on weekends.

Source La Nacion

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