A group of Argentine redheads gather at the Obelisk to celebrate ‘Redhead Day.’ More than a 100 redheads showed up to celebrate their shared gene mutation known as the MC1R gene, which causes red hair, freckles, resistance to anesthesia and a tendency to look older or younger than one’s age, depending on one’s particular variation […]
On the last day of Carnival Buenos Aires 2016, a resourceful kid protects his eyes by wearing his dad’s motorcycle helmet, enabling him to attack with his canister of foam unfettered. A Buenos Aires Carnival tradition is for children to spray chemical ‘snow’ sold in canisters at each other. For some reason the tradition continues […]
A 2015 mural in the Monserrat neighborhood by Jorge Rodriquez Gerada depicts a realistic face of a boy. The mural titled ‘David’ is located at Tacuari and Venezuela streets, above a new parking lot, where an empty lot sat for many years. Take the Buenos Aires Graffiti Tour to find out about Buenos Aires street […]
Couples dance in a public milonga to the nostalgic sounds of tango now heard city-wide during Buenos Aires’ biggest winter festival, the Buenos Aires Tango Festival. Starting today, the Stage Tango semifinals will take place at the Centro de Exposiciones. Competitions between some of the world’s best tango duo’s taking place during the next […]
A corner shop in the small town of San Francisco de Tilcara in the Northwest province of San Salvador de Jujuy. The area is celebrated for its stunning views of the Andes Mountains and indigenous traditions such as basket weaving.