The number of people who live in Buenos Aires’ streets is surprisingly low for a city of its size. Due to government housing programs and growing villas — slums with provisional housing — there are less than 20,000 people turned out on Buenos Aires’ sidewalks. Los Angeles, California, a U.S. city of similar size, has […]
A pair of dogs hang out on their French-style balcony on Balcarce Street in Buenos Aires’ historic San Telmo district.
A cartonero (garbage picker) snoozes in Buenos Aires. The graffiti next to him says, “¿Y vos que haces?” (And what do you do?) Do you know what neighborhood this is in? Make your guess on our twitter or facebook page!