Buenos Aires‘ physical structure is a mosaic as varied and diverse as its culture. The city has no dominating monument, no natural monolith that serves as its focal point. Instead, Buenos Aires is composed of many small places, intimate details, and tiny events and interactions, each with a slightly different shade, shape, and character.
The city’s neighbourhoods are small and highly individualized, each with its own characteristic colors and forms.
The national dance, the tango, is perhaps the best expression of that spirit- practiced in dance halls, parks, open plazas, and ballrooms, it is a dance of intimate separation and common rhythm, combining both an elegant reserve and an exuberant passion.
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