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Calle Humberto I in San Telmo, a neighborhood known for its weekly antiques fair.
Regulars at lunch at La Cupertina, one of the best cafés in the city.
Stop at the Floralis Genérica, a giant metal flower sculpture in the United Nations Plaza that opens and closes with the sun.
Outside the Basilica Nuestra Senora del Pilar church.
A sidewalk sale near Plaza Palermo Viejo.
Outside Lucila Iotti, on Calle Malabia.
The corner of Plaza San Martin and Calle Florida, one of the oldest thoroughfares in Buenos Aires.