A statue denouncing corruption, a palatial allegory of Dante’s Divine Comedy, an exceptional psychedelic private museum, a monument to a police dog, García Lorca’s room at the Castelar Hotel, the toilets of a bar where “the acoustics were exceptional”, reminders of an attempted coup, a dome worthy of Gaudí …
Far from the crowds and the usual clichés, Buenos Aires hides its treasures well, only revealing them to residents and travellers who wander off the beaten track.
An indispensable guide for those who thought they knew the city well or would like to discover its alternative face.
Verlag: Jonglez Verlag
AutorInnen: Firpo Herman, Sampedro Valeria
Seiten/Umfang: 272 S.