One of the most historic barrios of Buenos Aires, San Telmo sees its cobbled stone streets flood with tourists in search of artisans and antiques every Sunday. Beginning at Plaza Dorrego and finishing close to Plaza de Mayo, it isn’t surprising that calle Defensa sells everything from colorful seltzer bottles and old pots and pans to hand-knit gloves and leather sandals, with countless dance and musical numbers to boost. Drawing in over 12,000 people on Sundays, I decided to visit San Telmo during the week, and compare it to Sunday’s chaos, documenting it through my camera lens. This is what I found.
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Spanish and Italian undergrad at the University of Bristol, Tilly is taking her third year to explore the realm of journalism and all it has to offer.
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Publicado en Bubble.ar el 2018-11-15 09:00:43
Autor: Tilly Compton
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