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Sat May 28, 2016, 10:20 PM

3. Beautiful towers. Usina del Arte is wonderful. Is it Spanish? It is wonderful.

The domes on the clock tower and the building of Mariano Moreno Bus Station reminded me of reading that Italian architects were used in creating the huge buildings in Russia at the time of Peter the great, or before, and they were the ones responsible for those amazing onion domes there, allegedly based on information they had learned working around the Mediterranean areas with Moorish architecture influence.

The clock tower at the Bariloche Civic Center is the one which really stood out, had to go find more pictures of that building!

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Is this the same area where President Obama and family went after they met with Mauricio Macri?

How do they ever get people to go home, once they've been up there and fallen in love with the place? I can genuinely say every time I've been in the mountains I deeply wished I could stay there and NEVER go back down to the flat land ever again.

Maybe they should start getting people to sign agreements before they go up stating they will go home after the agreed upon time.

So beautiful!

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