La Cathedral, a dark, artistic and huge Tango salon in Buenos Aires favoured by young people, their weekly Tango classes attracts many young locals as well as travellers.
Talented youngs musicians have modernized Tango music, lots of new elements has been introduced. When it's performed live, it's absolutely captivating.
Tango in Buenos Aires is not a thing for older people only, it's always been an activity for singles to sway, for lovers to mingle.
Fans of Boca Juniro localed on one side of the stadium and the fans of the other team on the other side of the stadium. Though the result of that match was a draw, the exit of fans of both sides still have to be a half an hour distance.
In the Boca Junior Stadium, Buenos Aires, passionate fans were waving flags, shounting slogans, singing songs, more interesting in the audience then on the field.
Fans came with all kinds of pops, from a whole band, huge unbrellas, to a flag so huge that covered the whole level of the audience.
Subte, the underground of Buenos Aires, was the first in South America, serviced for almost a hundred year now, some of their older trains with tungsten lights are still running for service.
Cerro de siete colores (hill of seven colours) in Purmamarca, displayed its color when the morning light has just fully covered it.
Puente del Inca, a natural bridge and the remain of a historical hot spring on the high mountain of Argentine Andes, before crossing border to Chile.
In the Northern Andes of Argentina, the majority is Quechua, they have faces same as those in Bolivia and Peru instead European like most parts of the country.
Argentine invented sparkling water bottle and dispenser, it used to be made of glass and reusable, now it's replaced by plastic and they have became an antique.
A street performer was painting on the street of San Telmo, his ad hoc style was energized by his loud music, probably something else.
In Susque, people celebrating their country's annual carnival. They drink they dance, put white powder and spray shaving foam to each other for good luck.
Wine cella of Mendoza, the Malbec of 2009 was one of the best year for Argentine wine in the recent history.