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Buenos Aires “beaches”

Faced with the apparent order shown by the infinite grid of American cities, the visitor perceives a different reality hanging around its streets.
The great disparity between cornice heights, the ease with which alternate contemporary and classical buildings and even the lack of buildings in many sites produces curiosity, or even perplexity to our well used European eyes.
We can find a good example in the city of Buenos Aires, in whose central district is sold the most expensive land throughout Argentina and, paradoxically, there are many sites without building dedicated to parking vehicles. These are called “parking beaches”.
Sure that Richard Rogers knows the causes of this situation, inexplicable for the “sons of Ildefonso Cerdá”, but in the meantime here is a small sample from the beaches of downtown.