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La Boca, Buenos Aires

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Almost every color in the Crayola repertoire appears to have been used in this working-class enclave at the mouth (boca) of the Riachuelo River. The neighborhood was constructed with scrap materials from nearby shipyards, including leftover paints scrounged together by residents and resulting in this visual treat.

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La Boca, Buenos Aires

Almost every color in the Crayola repertoire appears to have been used in this working-class enclave at the mouth (boca) of the Riachuelo River. The neighborhood was constructed with scrap materials from nearby shipyards, including leftover paints scrounged together by residents and resulting in this visual treat.

© Dennis Degnan/Corbis

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