The Cualquier Verdura was dreamed up by Violeta and Esteban Brenman, siblings who took a house and turned it into a store, making everything inside it available for sale. The Cualquier Verdura is filled with furniture, from couches and tables to soap and kitchen tools, toys, clothes, plants, books and even chocolate and cookies.
Cualquier Verdura, which is in a historical Buenos Aires, Argentina neighborhood called San Telmo, literally translates to "any vegetable", but colloquially is used to describe "anything."
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Everything in the Cualquier Verdura is for Sale, From Chocolates to Plants
- By: Pia GiudiceMay 29, 2009