Buenos Aires (1971)

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Buenos Aires, Argentina.

A variety of photographs of civic structures in the coronary heart of the Argentine funds. A variety of historic and Government structures. GVs of place close to Plaza Mayo. GVs of Buenos Aires – pan across metropolis roofs. Pictures of docks zoom out to photographs of metropolis. LS of ships coming into harbour. VS of white memorial with traffic going round. Vacation photographs from car driving along street. Searching up at apartment blocks. Vacation photographs demonstrating large traffic. Pictures of diverse statues. Pictures of tall structures. Vacation photographs of structures with tons of ad hoarding. Superior traffic scenes. VS of big obelisk type monument. Much more photographs of big structures. VS of theatres and shops.

Materials has tons of spacing among photographs. Materials dates from December 1971.
Movie ID:3281.07

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  1. Wow, this is a trip to watch. So many things look the same, and so many things are really different. The 9 de Julio looks completely different now. It's odd to see the young men and women walking around, and think they are now old and grey. Well, the lucky ones are old and grey. This was two years before Peron returned from exile, and they had no idea what was coming.

    In a way this makes me sad.

  2. estas imagenes valen oro y lo q daria x estar en mi bici en esas imagenes y recorrer la capital hasta mi casa en la ciudad d Remedios d Escalada partido d Lanus q era un barrio hermoso. ahora la ciudad y el pais esta muy destruido desde el año 1990 hasta la fecha d hoy y mañana sera peor tal vez si asume Macri q va gobernar para los ricos no mas y en vez d tener un 5% d pobreza en la decada del 70 tendremos un 50% d pobreza con Macri.

  3. 00:00 > Claqueta Thames Television – London “Report Argentina” Camera: Mick Fash (¿?) Director: Chuck Pasini
    00:06 > Plaza de Mayo desde la loggia de Casa Rosada
    00:49 > Zoom in Estatua de Belgrano
    01:15 > Rivadavia, Banco Nación, Paneo a Plaza de Mayo
    01:51 > Av. de Mayo, Congreso, Plaza de Mayo
    02:26 > Subida Rivadavia desde Alem, Edificio Guardacostas
    02:47 > Casa Rosada
    03:02 > Zoom in loggia Casa Rosada
    03:27 > Entrada Yrigoyen Subte Línea A Estación Plaza de Mayo
    03:55 > Av. Corrientes Iglesia Metodista
    04:16 > Panorámica NE – N – O – Obelisco
    05:20 > Panorámica SO – S – SSE – zoom in torre Concejo Deliberante
    06:20 > Dársena Norte
    07:38 > Monumento de los Españoles (Carta Magna)
    08:27 > Edificios Av. del Libertador
    09:37 > Monumento a Mitre
    10:05 > Edificio Ministerio de Obras Públicas
    10:49 > Av. 9 de Julio al Sur
    11:19 > Cartelería Av. 9 de Julio
    11:34 > Edificio Hotel República en construcción

  4. Como involucionamos como sociedad…..1971, La piramide, la casa rosada y la plaza SIN REJAS!! , 2014, la plaza partida en dos, unos vagos viviendo en la plaza y la piramide enrejada para que no la rompan….asi estamos

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