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Refined Tastes

Refined Tastes

David Moran sits down with the founder and owner of cafe Lattente to talk over the trials, tribulations, and triumphs of starting a cafe in Buenos Aires.

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Beyond your Guidebook: Expert-Led Walking Tours

Beyond your Guidebook: Expert-Led Walking Tours

Annie Bacher gets beneath the skin of Buenos Aires during one of Context Travel’s new expert-led walking tours.

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Mural of the Month: Goncalvez Dias 1142

Mural of the Month: Goncalvez Dias 1142

In a new collaboration with Graffitimundo, we take you inside the Buenos Aires street art scene. This month, Argentine-Japanese urban art duo Zosen Bandido and Mina Hamada.

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The Indy Eye: #InstaMeet in Buenos Aires

The Indy Eye: #InstaMeet in Buenos Aires

Indy photographer Lucía Hernández joined the Buenos Aires Instagram community in their latest #Instameet event held at La Rural. Here are some of the most popular images from the meet.

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The Indy Eye: The Origin and Evolution of Urban Photography

The Indy Eye: The Origin and Evolution of Urban Photography

In a new collaboration with FotoRuta, Arnaud Paillard shares tips on how to get the best shots when hitting the streets of Buenos Aires with your camera.

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Things You Learn When You Live In Argentina

Things You Learn When You Live In Argentina

If you spend some time in Argentina as an expat, you will acquire many exotic new facts, some of which you could never have imagined before. Daniel Tunnard helps speed up the learning process…

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‘Caught in the Act’ Theatrical Bike Tour: Riding Through The History Books

‘Caught in the Act’ Theatrical Bike Tour: Riding Through The History Books

Theatre company teams up with Biking Buenos Aires to paint Argentine history in a new, interactive, and surprising light. George Nelson goes along for the ride.

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The Indy Eye: Christmas in Buenos Aires

The Indy Eye: Christmas in Buenos Aires

Even though Christmas in Argentina is celebrated in blistering summer heat, decorations in the city pay an awkward homage to Northern Hemisphere traditions. Sam Pothecary captures the contrasts.

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Top 5 Spots in Flores

Top 5 Spots in Flores

Brendan O’Boyle ventures out to the leafy neighbourhood of Flores, often overlooked by tourists, expats, and porteños alike.

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La Noche Audiovisual

La Noche Audiovisual

The second ever installment of La Noche Audiovisual takes place on Saturday 7th December and the public are invited to “come and play” at the headquarters of the Distrito Audiovisual, to celebrate the city’s thriving industry.

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24th March marks the anniversary of the 1976 coup that brought Argentina's last dictatorship to power, a bloody seven year period in which thousands of citizens were disappeared and killed. Many of the victims passed through ESMA, a clandestine detention centre turned human rights museum

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