Today’s tour is of the Belgrano neighborhood. Belgrano was originally a town of it’s own, but it became part of the city of Buenos Aires in 1887.
Today it is one of the nicer neighborhoods in the city.
There is a small, but lively Chinatown in the neighborhood.
There is a Buddhist Temple in an otherwise nondescript building.
The Parque Barrancas de Belgrano covers a 3 block area, including some magnificent trees.
A large gazebo known as La Glorieta, where numerous dances occur on a weekly basis.
Amazingly a Statue of Liberty that is older than the one in New York, albeit much smaller.
A mosaic on an apartment building.
The Immaculate Conception Church.
The Museo Historico Sarmiento.
And another beautiful sunset ends our great weekend.