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On the one hand it is home to some impressive architecture dating back to colonial times, yet on the other hand its streets are blighted by drug trafficking, sex workers, hour nightclubs and noise pollution. The barrio is bordered by Monserrat to the north, San Telmo to the east, Barracas to the south, Parque Patricios to the southwest, San Cristobal to the west and Balvanera to the northwest.
At the end of the 18 th century, the barrio was the home to a Bethlehemites mission that established a convalescent hospital. Consequently, the barrio developed similar social characteristics to the middle class of Barracas, Monserrat and San Telmo. Settling in European-styled homes, over the years these residences would become utilized as cheap hotels and accommodation for immigrants to Argentina from neighboring countries.
Chances are that you will not want to live here; however, you might be interested in passing through briefly one afternoon. Presenting a blend of neoclassic and Victorian architectural styles, the station has fourteen tracks and transits around half a million passengers per day. Also worth checking out is Monasterio de San Jose de Carmelitas Descalzas on Entre Rios street which has been the home of nuns for over a century.
Founded in , it is said to be the only colonial era building in the city that has been unchanged since its foundation. If you still have your sanity after an afternoon amidst the chaos, perhaps spend an hour or two at the Museo de la Caricatura Severo Vaccaro , dedicated to the preservation of the history of Argentine humor and cartoonists.
Nevertheless, a couple of places of note will fuel your hunger needs should you stick around long enough to eat. Aramburu Salta Tucked away behind an unassuming graffiti covered door, Aramburu presents a romantic eight table restaurant where diners are spoilt with a course tasting menu accompanied by generous wine pairings. Make a reservation and arrive and depart by taxi. Les Anciens Combattants Santiago del Estero With high ceilings, stained-glass windows and walls adorned with war trophies and paraphernalia, you are transported to a time gone by.