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Another of my favorite places to visit in Buenos Aires is the Cementerio de Recoleta. This time I tried to take more interesting pictures and see things with a different eye than my last visit in 2010. This spot is really one of the highlights of Buenos Aires. You could easily spend a whole afternoon there just looking at the intricate decoration in each tomb.
Great shots! I live about two miles from the cemetery and try to get there often whenever I’m not on the road.
Blessings and great work!
Hi Jerry. Thanks for the comment! Maybe we’ll bump into each other there one of these days.
It was delightful to see the market place pictures. I could look at the stone work in that cemetery all day, also. Wonderful photos.
Thanks Rebecca. I keep going back and discovering new things at these places every time I go to Buenos Aires.