Tag Archives: Buenos Aires

Silencio en la Calle

One fine day in September of 1973, a right-wing military junta overthrew the government of democratically elected Chilean President Salvador Allende. With swift efficiency, leaders in the Chilean military used their nation’s Air Force to bomb the presidential palace – … Continue reading

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En Testimonio de Gratitud

In 1822, the first public cemetery in Buenos Aires was created in the city’s northeastern corridor. The site was named Cemeterio de la Recoleta, after the neighborhood in which it is located. Today, La Recoleta Cemetery is internationally recognized as … Continue reading

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Was Blind, But Now, I See

On being robbed at knifepoint in Buenos Aires. “Don Quixote de la Mancha, redresser of injuries, righter of wrongs, protector of damsels, terror of giants and victor in battles.” As the protagonist’s prodigious title itself makes clear, Don Quixote is … Continue reading

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