COSTANERA SUR ECOLOGICAL RESERVE, BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA-24 January 2019. Costanera Sur is an ecological reserve which becomes a popular site for weekend picnics, walks and bike rides in Buenos Aires

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The Pampas & the Atlantic Coast

There's Buenos Aires, and then there's the province of Buenos Aires. Home to more than a third of the country's population, this is the nation's economic powerhouse: these fertile grasslands financed Argentina’s turn-of-the-century golden age and still produce most of the country's famous beef.


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