Tango with Bob Frassinetti
Tango with Bob Frassinetti
Loving Buenos Aires and learning to work the love So if you are interested in anything from Art to Tango or Antiques, and you are thinking of travelling to Argentina Chile or Uruguay please feel free to email me…….. Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti: For more information: Email: Bob Frassinetti. Press here to see all topics on Art, Antiques and Travel Information for Buenos Aires & Argentina:Everything on Art, Antiques, Collectibles as well as travel information for Buenos Aires, Argentina, Chile and Uruguay. Phone me thru Skype, ID: Bob_Frassinetti or you can also chat with me thru Yahoo, press here: Yahoo Contact Find me on MySpace and be my friend! Phone: +54 911 6965 1955 or in Argentina (011) 15 6965 1955 Read The Buenos Aires Art Dealer a e-zine magazine on Art, Antiques & Collectibles from Argentina. The Buenos Aires ArtDealer, Argentina. In these days of cheap peso, glowing Argentine culture and hundreds of social and cultural options is hard not to LOVE the city of good airs. The sophistication and beauty of this South American capital has become even more appealing to Americans in recent years because they conceive it as a new found paradise long term second home. Attracted by a number of different features, hundreds of middle class and upper class Americans find in Buenos Aires a perfect place to enjoy safely and broadly the life experiences of their dreams. Unlike Europe, which has become sort of impossible to visit unless you’re a truly rich person; Buenos Aires, and Argentina in general, have become a brilliant alternative to great cultural and social trips. If once upon a time, Paris was the land of lovers and Rome that of seduction, nowadays that is Buenos Aires. The sexy sensual Argentine dance of Tango is an everlasting magnet that has mutated from a short escape to a need, hence a long term relocating option. Knight Ridder Washington newspaper has broadly developed this matter throughout its pages lately. Other major American papers such as The Times have also began to inquire about this new and interesting global world phenomena that is so appealing to average culture lovers Americans. Since the crack down in 2002, Buenos Aires has resurged from the ashes as the Phoenix becoming a major world pole in terms of culture and investments. And it’s not only about the money bringing more money, for the city of Tango’s unique flavor in terms of Latin and European perfect blend shaped in the best Argentine feel interests in far more deeper ways than profitable investments. Buenos Aires has become the symbol of a self investment in enjoying life’s pleasures. Its fine dinning, gorgeous people, posh culture and moneymaking investments all converge into pointing Buenos Aires as a dream goal. It’s easy to access, and enjoyable to the most. Whether you have a million dollars and come to Buenos Aires to live like a magnate without worrying about work or problems; or you’re just on a good budget and turn to the southern capital for a lifetime experience, this is a city where you’ll find all what you’re looking for and much more than you’ve expected. A true sense of “Argentine” has developed as an outcome of the last breakdown. Sensed both by locals and visitors –even more those who from visitors become newcomers, and soon turn to be a typical local Porteno as we refer to those who were born and raised in this portside city. When importations became too expensive, and the global culture turn to be hard to approach in a complicated financial situation, locals turned to their roots and brought them to the third millennium. Fashion, arts, crafts, culture in general was re-born in a fascinating way. From eating traditions, products and cooking skills to fine artists and painters, the cultural world of Argentina developed at a fantastic rate chipping into the world’s culture basket with its own flavor and at a Tango rhythm
City of Buenos Aires
City of Buenos Aires 
 
Growth, development and revaluing of Buenos Aires Historical Quarter .... The actual old city of Buenos Aires goes around for about a 25 blocks covering the neighborhoods of San Nicolas, Monserrat, San Telmo, Constitucion and Barracas. In this radius, we find most of Buenos Aires historical and antique buildings, actually a total of 848 of them were declared of Patrimonial value to the city. The city’s government has developed a local plan of Historical Quarter Management in order to protect and improve this urban space. So far works have began to meliorate sidewalks, create new green spaces with local tree species such as linden trees, jacarandas and plum trees, and embellish the area nearby the Plaza de Mayo from Peru St to Balcarce. This Southern historical corridor of the city has grown and developed greatly since then. According to the Center of Studies of the Metropolitan Economical Development, throughout the last ten years the area grew a 40%, and its still developing at a great rate. Experts calculate that every weekend over 15000 visitors head to this area. This Commission of Historical and Cultural Patrimony recuperation aims to work in order to recuperate, research, create documentation, conserve and increase the social and cultural value of this area. In this sense, the experts have begun to develop a documented library and publish the inputs of the efforts. The results of years of hard work have materialized in the Atlas of Immaterial Patrimony, Registry Culturally interesting sites and Murals of Buenos Aires. The Commission is located on 575 Av. de Mayo, 5th Floor, Office 505 and can be reached by phone to 0054 11 4323 9796or 0054 11 4323-9400, extensions 2717 and 2772.Coordinated by Maria Jose Jurado and directed by Lic. Leticia Maronese (General Secretary); Lic. Liliana Barela (Historical Research Secretary); Lic. Ana Maria Cousillas (Museological Research Secretary); Arq. Jose Maria Peña (Preservation and Conservation Secretary); Prof. Cesar Fioravanti (Institutional Relationships Secretary ). The area is The actual old city of Buenos Aires goes around for about a 25 blocks covering the neighbourhoods of San Nicolas, Monserrat, San Telmo, Constitucion and Barracas. In this radius, we find most of Buenos Aires historical and antique buildings, actually a total of 848 of them were declared of Patrimonial value to the city. The city’s government has developed a local plan of Historical Quarter Management in order to protect and improve this urban space. So far works have began to meliorate sidewalks, create new green spaces with local tree species such as linden trees, jacarandas and plum trees, and embellish the area nearby the Plaza de Mayo from Peru St to Balcarce. This Southern historical corridor of the city has grown and developed greatly since then. According to the Centre of Studies of the Metropolitan Economical Development, throughout the last ten years the area grew a 40%, and its still developing at a great rate. Experts calculate that every weekend over 15000 visitors head to this area. This Commission of Historical and Cultural Patrimony recuperation aims to work in order to recuperate, research, create documentation, conserve and increase the social and cultural value of this area. In this sense, the experts have begun to develop a documented library and publish the inputs of the efforts. The results of years of hard work have materialized in the Atlas of Immaterial Patrimony, Registry Culturally interesting sites and Murals of Buenos Aires. The Commission is located on 575 Av. de Mayo, 5th Floor, Office 505 and can be reached by phone to 0054 11 4323 9796or 0054 11 4323-9400, extensions 2717 and 2772.Coordinated by Maria Jose Jurado and directed by Lic. Leticia Maronese (General Secretary); Lic. Liliana Barela (Historical Research Secretary); Lic. Ana Maria Cousillas (Museological Research Secretary); Arq. Jose Maria Peña (Preservation and Conservation Secretary); Prof. Cesar Fioravanti (Institutional Relationships Secretary ). The area is Everything on Art & Antiques as well as Travel Information for Buenos Aires and Argentina by Bob Frassinetti So if you are interested in anything from Art to Tango or Antiques, and you are thinking of travelling to Argentina Chile or Uruguay please feel free to email me…….. Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti: For more information: Email: Bob Frassinetti. Press here to see all topics on Art, Antiques and Travel Information for Buenos Aires & Argentina:Everything on Art, Antiques, Collectibles as well as travel information for Buenos Aires, Argentina, Chile and Uruguay. Phone me thru Skype, ID: Bob_Frassinetti or you can also chat with me thru Yahoo, press here: Yahoo Contact Find me on MySpace and be my friend! Phone: +54 911 6965 1955 or in Argentina (011) 15 6965 1955 Read The Buenos Aires Art Dealer a e-zine magazine on Art, Antiques & Collectibles from Argentina. The Buenos Aires ArtDealer, Argentina.