Buenos Aires, Argentina - April 15, 2015: The main square on of the Camanito in the La Boca neighborhood of Buenos Aires features brightly colored buildings and cobblestone streets that are a popular tourist destination. Tourists can be seen surrounding the most recognizable building the the neighborhood at the center of the square. The area is a popular destination for watching tango dancers in the street, shopping for souvenirs handicrafts made by local artisans and restaurants. It is the oldest neighborhood in Buenos Aires and is located at the mouth of the port, which gives it its namesake.

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