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Cementerio de la Recoleta es un cementerio en el barrio de Recoleta . Es más famoso por tener el cuerpo de Evita Perón.

Cementerio de la Recoleta, where visitors come to see the resting place of Evita

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Our Spring Shoot in Buenos Aires, by the numbers

One Neil Young record, three boxes of dulce de leche cookies, 20 pairs of jeans… A look at the numbers that went into our three-day shoot in Buenos Aires.

The gothic splendor of Recoleta cemetary

Spirit of South America Travel - Guides and day tours in Salta, Argentina, Peru, Chile, Bolivia

If you are already ready for summer, head below the equator to sexy, savory Buenos Aires. The Argentinean capital is filled with European architecture and a Latin seductiveness that will tempt you to stay forever. Here are the six must-see sights in the city:  Stroll through La Recoleta Cemetery ...

Six Places Not to Miss in Buenos Aires

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18km walking guide to Buenos Aires, Argentina

Travel guide to Buenos Aires, Argentina and its endless beauty. Make sure not to miss La Recoleta Cemetery, the Casa Rosada and more from our travel guide.

Visiti the Plaza de Mayo, the Government House, the Cathedral, Columbus Square, La Boca district, San Martin Square, Santa Fe Avenue, Recoleta Cemetery, Grand Bourg Square, Palermo Chico district, Polo grounds, Horse Race Track, Palermo Park, Rose Garden, Libertador Avenue, Congress Hall, 9 de Julio Avenue, and the famous Colon Opera House.

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A map of the famous Recoleta Cemetery.

A map of the famous Recoleta Cemetery.

Recoleta Cemetery, in Buenos Aires' Recoleta district, is where a who’s who of Argentina’s most important citizens, including Eva Peron are forever enshrined. The elaborate crypts form a 14-acre (5.5-hectare) “neighbourhood” of narrow lanes and broader avenues so complex it requires a map to navigate. You can also opt to take one of the regularly scheduled guided tours.

Recoleta Cemetery, in Buenos Aires' Recoleta district, is where a who’s who of Argentina’s most important citizens, including Eva Peron are forever enshrined. The elaborate crypts form a 14-acre (5.5-hectare) “neighbourhood” of narrow lanes and broader avenues so complex it requires a map to navigate. You can also opt to take one of the regularly scheduled guided tours.

There aren't many places in the world where you can get down with a juicy piece of grass-fed beef, indulge in a multi-course chef's tasting menu, and drink an excellent bottle of wine, all for under 30 dollars. Oh, Buenos Aires, you are a frugal food lover's paradise.

Essential Buenos Aires: Where to Eat and Drink If You Go to Argentina's Capital

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