Tuesday, May 02, 2006

In San Telmo, a nabe known best for its Sunday antique fairs and tango festival, an unmarked door gives way to a house that sits atop 1,500 meters of colonial-era tunnels dating back as far back as "El Zanjón de Granados", the village founded here in 1536. A San Telmo, un quartier connu pour ses brocantes du Dimanche et ses festivals de Tango, une porte qui n'est pas tres apparente s'ouvre sur l'interieur d'une maison qui se trouve a 1,500 metres au dessus d'une galerie de tunnels datant de l'epoque coloniale. Ca date a peu pres de l'epoque "El Zanjón de Granados", le village qui a ete batit en 1536.


Blogger Kris said...

the arches, the motions of people ..like the shot !

5/02/2006 08:40:00 AM

Blogger Rob said...

Interesting shot and movement

5/02/2006 11:20:00 AM

Blogger miss tango in her eyes said...

On what street can you enter the tunnels from?

5/02/2006 12:32:00 PM

Blogger Karine said...

Tango -- The entrance is located en la Calle Defensa. Unfortunately, I can't remember exactly which number it is at.

5/02/2006 12:58:00 PM

Blogger No. 78 said...

So much drama in this photo.

5/03/2006 03:47:00 AM

Blogger MoonSoleil said...

What an incredible picture!

5/03/2006 07:08:00 AM

Blogger Nicola said...

Cool! Looks very mysterious to me.

5/03/2006 08:12:00 AM

Blogger Sam said...

Oh, I love this shot! Such a nice atmosphere! Lovely

5/03/2006 12:28:00 PM

Blogger Karine said...

Thanks you all. Really appreciate your comments :)

5/03/2006 02:03:00 PM

Blogger Rodney said...

Nice photo! Great Arches.

5/04/2006 04:16:00 PM


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