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  Buenos Aires - Introduction
Buenos Aires' physical structure is a mosaic as varied and diverse as its culture.
Instead, Buenos Aires is composed of many small places, intimate details, and tiny events and interactions, each with a slightly different shade, shape, and character.
For all its diversity, the elusive spirit of Argentina as a country is present everywhere in Buenos Aires.
www.geographia.com /argentina/buenosaires   (337 words)

  Hotels, Aparthotels in Buenos Aires, Lodging Reservation - Argentina Contact
The city of Buenos Aires is considered one of the most important urban centers in South America.
Declared Federal Capital of the Republic of Argentina, Buenos Aires is the financial and economic center and main port of the country.
The capital, denominated Autonomous City of the Government of Buenos Aires, is surrounded by Buenos Aires and by the Rio de la Plata, and it is divided in 47 neighborhoods, denominated "barrios porteños".
www.argentinacontact.com /hotels-buenosaires.html   (124 words)

  Buenos Aires (city) - MSN Encarta
Buenos Aires is situated on the Río de la Plata, which is an immense estuary formed by the confluence of the Paraná and Uruguay rivers.
The core of the Buenos Aires metropolitan area is the City of Buenos Aires, a federal district and the nation’s capital.
Despite its immense population, Buenos Aires is surprisingly homogenous in its ethnic and racial composition.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761571750/Buenos_Aires_(city).html   (1491 words)

  Buenos Aires - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The population of Buenos Aires consists primarily of Argentines of Spanish and Italian descent.
Princess Máxima of the Netherlands, born in Buenos Aires as Máxima Zorreguieta Cerruti, on May 17 1971, is the wife of Prince Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, heir apparent to the Dutch throne.
Buenos Aires native Guillermo Vilas (who was raised in Mar del Plata) was one of the great tennis players of the 1970s and 1980s, and popularized tennis in all of Argentina.
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 Gran Buenos Aires: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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 Buenos Aires Province - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
At the end of the 18th century, with the creation of the Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata, the exportation of meat, leather and derivatives thought the port of Buenos Aires was the base of the economical development of the region.
The Buenos Aires province has an area of 307,571 km² and its neighbouring provinces clockwise from the southwest are Rio Negro, La Pampa, Córdoba, Santa Fe and Entre Rios.
The weather of the Buenos Aires Provinces is temperate with average temperatures between 10 and 25 °C.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Buenos_Aires_Province   (833 words)

In the older portions of Buenos Aires the streets are from 30 to 40 feet wide; the few avenues as yet in existence have a width, generally, of about 57 feet, though the Avenida de Mayo, nearly a mile in length, is 99 feet wide.
Buenos Aires in 1617 was made the capital of the province of Río de la Plata, which was created a vice-royalty in 1776.
The Diocese of Buenos Aires was formed upon the dismemberment of the original Diocese of Asunción, in Paraguay, by a Bull of Paul III in 1620.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/03035a.htm   (1536 words)

 Buenos Aires - Facts from the Encyclopedia - Yahoo! Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Buenos Aires is inhabited mostly by people of Spanish and Italian extraction, but there are many residents of French, British, German, Eastern European, and Syrian background and some communities of Paraguayans and other Latin Americans.
Buenos Aires, the most heavily industrialized city of Argentina, is a major food-processing center, with huge meatpacking and refrigeration plants and flour mills.
Buenos Aires remained subordinate to the Spanish viceroy in Peru until 1776, when it became the capital of a newly created viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata, including much of present-day Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, and Bolivia.
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 COINED Argentina - Learn Spanish in Buenos Aires. Spanish courses in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Buenos Aires is a big modern metropolitan city with a population of eleven million.
Buenos Aires is full of culture which makes it one of the most influential and cosmopolitan cities in Latin America, just the perfect place to take a Spanish course.
Buenos Aires is a safe city and, like most modern cities, it has all the necessary facilities and services to make your trip as convenient and comfortable as possible.
www.coined.com.ar /web-argentina/Spanish-Schools-Argentina/1-arg-spanish-schools-buenos-aires-argentina.html   (469 words)

 Buenos Aires   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
To Porteños, Buenos Aires is Argentina even though few other counties have such a wide range of topography as Argentina does, from its great Northwest of wind blown desert and green river valleys to Patagonia in the extreme South with some of the hemisphere's highest peaks, untouched forests and notable glaciers.
One of the reasons Buenos Aires has such an interesting flare is that it is made up of forty-six different barrios, or neighborhoods, each with its own special history, plus the downtown area or El Centro where all the elements come together.
On the outskirts of Buenos Aires, about one half-hour by car, is the very unusual district of the Tigre Islands, in the Delta of Parana, where three thousand inhabitants live.
www.romartraveler.com /RomarPages/BuenosAires.html   (1955 words)

Buenos Aires is also called the "Paris of the South" strongly influenced by European culture while retaining Latin charm.
The Buenos Aires Philharmonic performs each Thursday, for example, with invited soloists like the American violinist Joshua Bell (July 10 2003 at 8:30 p.m.), and the pianist Marta Argerich will be making a rare hometown appearance on Sept. 4 2003 at a festival in her honor.
Buenos Aires is a city of parks - framed by museums, restaurants and grandiose monuments - that are ideal for strolling or picnicking.
www.argentour.com /bsas56i.html   (1040 words)

 Learn Spanish in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, population 12 million, is the capital of Argentina
Our partner school in Buenos Aires is located in the Palacio San Miguel, one of the most valued buildings in the historic downtown area.
All of the teachers at the Buenos Aires school are qualified and experienced.
www.donquijote.org /english/la/buenosaires.asp   (421 words)

 BBC NEWS | Business | Gay tourists discover Buenos Aires
This is Buenos Aires: So pretty, so elegant and so European that it has often been described as the "Paris of South America".
Buenos Aires is now among the most liberal cities in the Americas.
Buenos Aires, dejected for so long by its economic woes, is once again standing proud, as the gay tourism capital of South America.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/business/4113819.stm   (736 words)

 Buenos Aires travel guide - Wikitravel
Buenos Aires has also one of the largest homosexual communities in Latin America and there is a liberal attitude towards gay society.
First, Buenos Aires is such an excellent city for walking that if something is within 20 or 30 blocks, it is often worth the extra effort to go on foot and get to know the city on a more intimate level.
Air Pollution is Buenos Aires is ironically very bad from diesel fumes spewed from cars and trucks in the city's crowded streets.
wikitravel.org /en/Buenos_Aires   (7172 words)

 CLIA - Cruise Line International Association
Buenos Aires is 75 square miles of 19th-century homes, green parks, and small cafes.
Buenos Aires is more than just fabulous architecture, great people and spectacular cuisine.
It is dancing the tango in the middle of the night, strolling through a gorgeous park, sinking your teeth into a savory steak, or walking through the city and admiring the architecture and culture.
www.cruising.org /planyourcruise/wwdest/overview.cfm?recordID=61   (215 words)

 Buenos Aires : Introduction | Frommers.com
European immigrants to Buenos Aires, mostly from Spain and Italy, brought with them the warm ways of Mediterranean culture, wherein friends, family, and conversation were the most important things in life.
Instead, when you get to Buenos Aires, you'll find a city quickly recovering from its former problems, with old cafes and restaurants not only full of patrons but competing with all of the new restaurants and cafes opening up at a breakneck pace all over town.
Buenos Aires's vast arrays of museums, many in beautiful neoclassical structures along broad tree-lined Avenida Libertador, are as exquisite as the treasures they hold inside.
www.frommers.com /destinations/buenosaires/2299010001.html   (894 words)

 Buenos Aires Apartments in Argentina for temporary rental - Furnished Apartments
Buenos Aires Apartments in Argentina for temporary rental - Furnished Apartments
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La Reina del Plata, surrounded by the Province of Buenos Aires on one side and the Río de La Plata river on the other, proudly proclaims itself to be the "City that never sleeps".
Buenos Aires offers a great panoply of attractions: monuments, churches, museums, art galleries and theatres; plazas, parks and gardens with old trees, characteristic barrios or neighbourhoods, big shopping malls, traditional and modern style hotels, restaurants offering local and international cuisine.
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Buenos Aires, birthplace of tango, is a city of contrast with a variety of heritages that create a unique style.
Buenos Aires Design, the shopping mall where Hard Rock Cafe is located, stands in the heart of the Recoleta, a refined quarter with ample parks, wide avenues and an elegant architecture of classic style.
Hard Rock Cafe Buenos Aires is characterized for the constant presence of Live Bands that play on a stage presided over by a spectacular Vitraux in which the Stones and the Beatles sing together.
www.hardrock.com /locations/cafes/Cafes.aspx?Lc=BUEN   (233 words)

 .:: Marcelo Morales' BUENOS AIRES ANGLERS ::.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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 Buenos Aires city guide, Argentina - Time Out Travel
Porteños, as the residents of BA are known, display an attitude towards their city comparable with how most people feel about their parents: they criticize it freely themselves but expect others to like and respect it.
The Time Out Buenos Aires Visitors' Guide is an English-language, magazine format publication, exploring the best of the city's eating, sightseeing, shopping and nightlife.
Sprawling and strange, magical and melancholy, continually veering between triumph and disaster, Buenos Aires is an alluring city.
www.timeout.com /travel/buenosaires   (290 words)

 Argentina - Capital y Gran Buenos Aires - Tourism
The city of Buenos Aires, one of the most important Latin American cities, is a great cosmopolitan and many-sided metropolis.
The Colon Theatre, one of the most important lyrical theatres in the world, is seat, together with some other scenaries, of an intense musical activity that comprises all genres including, of course, the famous and typical Tango; besides, the city is frequently visited by orchestras, groups and soloists from all over the world.
Financial, stock-exchange and economical seat of the country, Buenos Aires is the main port of the nation.
www.argentinaturistica.com /2basiresenia.htm   (232 words)

 AR Tourism - Buenos Aires Tours and Excursions
Buenos Aires is the great cosmopolitan doorway to South America.
Buenos Aires has many highlights and AR Tourism has put together some recommended tours that allow visitors to get the most out of their time in this vibrant metropolis.
Buenos Aires is extremely interesting, but it is quite large.
www.artourism.com /argentina_buenosaires.htm   (770 words)

 Buenos Aires Apartments for rent and Hotel Reservation Argentina
You may stay in hotels,apart hotels Buenos Aires and apartment for rent in Buenos Aires and Recoleta.
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Buenos Aires Accommodations: Apartments for rent, Hotels, Apart Hotels, University Residences, Host Families and Argentinean Guest Ranches (Argentine Estancias).
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 Buenos Aires Argentina : Hotels : Visitor Guides : Attractions
Buenos Aires, Argentina is one of the most vibrant and spectacular cities in the world.
In Buenos Aires there is an endless wealth of amazing places to see and do for everyone.
There's a verb in Spanish which is transnochar meaning 'to cross the night' which simply doesn't exist in English and Buenos Aires, like its Spanish heritage does just that, crossing each night into the early (and late) morning hours with an excellent variety of nightlife options.
www.buenosaires-argentina.com   (736 words)

 Buenos Aires, Argentina: Buenos Aires City travel guide by Welcome Argentina
Bathed by the Río de la Plata on the East, it borders on the "Riachuelo" (brook) to the South whereas the metropolitan perimeter is given by the General Paz Beltway, which borders the city from North to West.
The weather in Buanos Aires is oceanic temperate.
The tours and excursions that show the strong cosmopolitan spirit of Buenos Aires are Caminito, Recoleta, La Boca, the Mataderos Fair, the Botanical Garden, the Zoo, the Japanese Garden and the Holly Land Theme Park, which is the first religious theme park in the world.
www.welcomeargentina.com /ciudadbuenosaires/index_i.html   (331 words)

 Buenos Aires Apartments for temporary rental - Buenos Aires Hotels
This kind of serviced buenos aires apartments is in great demand in the city of Buenos Aires because od its distinction.
Description: Marvelous furnished and equipped apartment for temporary rent in Argentina, located in the Downtown of Buenos Aires, it is on the two blocks from Cordoba Avenue where you can take the buses and where you can find a great commercial area.
This beautiful apartment is ideal for three persons and it counts with all the necessary things for your accommodation in Buenos Aires; it has wooden floors and it is very well decorated, modern and very luminous because the balcony.
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