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Images from Argentina: Tango Callejero

Tango Callejero

“Tango Callejero” by Osvaldo Ponton

“Tango Callejero” means “Street Tango.” The photograph was taken in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2 comments

  • Wow, buenos Aires seems cool if peapole use to dance Tango in the streets !

  • René-Jean Dufour

    Very nice photography, indeed.

    I have a request: I am seeking more information on Callejero, a tango de Arturo Gallacci recorded by Ricardo Tanturi. If you know of something, please let me know. Inspiration can be foud in regard to this very delightful and spirited image of Bs. As.

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