Tourism In MP3 Format

By: Hernando Gomez Salinas - Published: • References: bue.gov.ar & trendhunterba.blogspot
Tourism in Mp3 format In Buenos Aires nowadays you don`t need a touristic guide to introduce yourself in history and touristic places. The Buenos Aires' government in his website www.bue.gov.ar launched a guide series with famous voices of journalists, writers, actors, and social communicators. The guides tell about streets and building stories of the Capital of Argentina.
12 journeys could be choice in the website. Plaza de Mayo (by Mario Pergolini), Palermo Viejo (by Magdalena Ruíz Guiñazú) , Puerto Madero (by Nacha Guevara), Abasto (by Antonio Carrizo), La Boca (by Eduardo de la Puente).
Every journey have a map to be print.

1 - La Boca neighborhood - A neighborhood unique in its architecture and its culture. Historians explain the origins of an area filled with immigrants, tenement houses and football.
Duration: 2 min

2 - Quinquela Martin, his house:his life - The great artist Benito Quinquela Martin was one of the most relevant personalities of La Boca. Abandoned by his birth mother in an orphanage of the area, he describes his childhood in the neighborhood.
Duration: 2 min

3 - Vuelta de Rocha - In its beginnings, La Boca was a city slum, filled with shanties and “pulperias” (general stores). The port activity gave it a definite identity. This is how an old neighbor describes it. The tango “La Vuelta De Rocha” can be listened to as well.
Duration: 1 min


4 - Caminito - One of the most defining symbols of Buenos Aires hides behind the sheet metal and colorful houses of this little street of La Boca. To listen to: “Caminito”, and what Quinquela Martin thought of this tango piece, which found its inspiration in this place.
Duration: 1 min


5 - Juan de Dios Filiberto, tango in La Boca. - Juan de Dios Filiberto, who wrote the music for “Caminito”, is a synonym of tango in La Boca. Filiberto gives his opinion on the lyrics of his tango pieces.
Duration: 1 min


6 - Museum of Fine Arts (Museo de Bellas Artes) - Benito Quinquela Martin donated this building to the neighborhood that most inspired his art. The artist himself tells us the purpose of this museum and Perez Celis describes Quinquela as an artist.
Duration: 1 min

7 - The Bridge of La Boca, a postcard scene - One of the outstanding symbols of the neighborhood of La Boca is this majestic iron bridge constructed over the Riachuelo. Quinquela Martin chose it as scenery for many of his paintings.
Duration: 1 min

8 - The Republic of La Boca - Throughout history, there were three attempts to found the Republic of La Boca. This is what Hugo Banchero, grandson of one of the founders, and historian Jose Gobello, tell us.
Duration: 2 min

9 - Boca Juniors Sports Club - The history of one of the most important football teams in Argentina. Listen to Maradona talking about Boca Stadium and artist Perez Celis describing why he did the murals at the Club.
Duration: 2 min

10 - Player number 12 - The sound of the voice of the fans is felt at Boca Stadium like in no other stadium. This passion for football inspired films like “El hincha” (The Fan), with Enrique Santos Discepolo. A fragment of this movie and the voice of Diego Maradona talking to the Boca fans.
Duration: 2 min

11 - Maradona, the story of an outstanding figure - The biography of one of the most famous football players in the world. To listen to: The most memorable goal of Maradona in the 1986 World Cup broadcast by Victor Hugo Morales, and National Team player number 10 telling us himself what glory means to him.
Duration: 3 min

12 - Catalinas warehouse, “murga” culture - By means of theater, a group of people from La Boca recover the history of the neighborhood. A fragment of the show El Fulgor Argentino and an interview with its director, Adhemar Bianchi.
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