Following the Sauce Grande River, south of the province of Buenos Aires, one can see a fabulous and monumental structure that functions as the local cemetery. This magnificent work, worth seeing at sunset as we did, is composed of a large wheel with a cross with Chris at its intersection. It was built by the artist Francisco Salamone, an Italian-Argentine architect, who lived and worked in Argentina and built in just four years, between 1936 and 1940, more than 60 buildings in 25 municipalities of Buenos Aires.
Carhue is a town with around 10,000 inhabitants, in the province of Buenos Aires. It's about 700 km from the capital of Argentina, and it's a quiet place with a lagoon called EPECUEN with baths. It's said that another town by this name was flooded and that's why it's called EPECUEN. Peace and quiet to get away from the city!
Gardey is a small town with about 600 inhabitants. It's a few kilometers from Tandil, a city where I grew up and lived until I was 18. How crazy is that only now, after so many years, in mid-October 2009, I found this BEAUTIFUL town so close to the city where I was born.
A spectacular day in Easter, a great dive and homemade beer. Only a few kilometers from the city of La Plata and Buenos Aires. A rural town to visit on weekends. Take pictures to see from close up the development of handicrafts.
This is a photograph taken during the evening in a town called Valdes. It's a quiet place where people spend their weekends with family and having a good rest. A lot of my family lives there. It's a very cute little town.