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October 15, 2016
Figure depicting Argentine former soccer player Diego Maradona (R) and another of legendary tango singer...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Figure depicting Argentine former soccer player Maradona and another of legendary tango singer and composer...
Figure depicting Argentine former soccer player Diego Maradona (R) and another of legendary tango singer and composer Carlos Gardel are seen at Caminito, a tourist hotspot of La Boca neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Argentina, October 15, 2016. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
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January 31, 2008
Tourists watch a Tango show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires, in this picture taken on...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tourists watch a Tango show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires
Tourists watch a Tango show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires, in this picture taken on January 29, 2008. Tango is a $450 million industry, and accounts for 10 percent of entertainment spending in Argentina's capital, not bad for a century-old dance form competing with movies, video arcades, stadium rock and raves. Argentina has benefited from a sudden jump in tourism after a deep economic crisis in 2002 that saw the peso currency fall sharply, making travel to Argentina cheaper. Like a New Orleans jazz club, or a samba night in Rio de Janeiro, a tango show is a must-see for visitors to Buenos Aires. Picture taken on January 29, 2008. To match feature ARGENTINA-TANGO REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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January 31, 2008
Tango dancers perform during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires, in this picture...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tango dancers perform during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires
Tango dancers perform during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires, in this picture taken on January 29, 2008. Tango is a $450 million industry, and accounts for 10 percent of entertainment spending in Argentina's capital, not bad for a century-old dance form competing with movies, video arcades, stadium rock and raves. Argentina has benefited from a sudden jump in tourism after a deep economic crisis in 2002 that saw the peso currency fall sharply, making travel to Argentina cheaper. Like a New Orleans jazz club, or a samba night in Rio de Janeiro, a tango show is a must-see for visitors to Buenos Aires. Picture taken on January 29, 2008. To match feature ARGENTINA-TANGO REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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January 31, 2008
A man videotapes a Tango show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires, in this picture taken...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A man videotapes a Tango show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires
A man videotapes a Tango show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires, in this picture taken on January 29, 2008. Tango is a $450 million industry, and accounts for 10 percent of entertainment spending in Argentina's capital, not bad for a century-old dance form competing with movies, video arcades, stadium rock and raves. Argentina has benefited from a sudden jump in tourism after a deep economic crisis in 2002 that saw the peso currency fall sharply, making travel to Argentina cheaper. Like a New Orleans jazz club, or a samba night in Rio de Janeiro, a tango show is a must-see for visitors to Buenos Aires. Picture taken on January 29, 2008. To match feature ARGENTINA-TANGO REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA-TANGO/
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January 31, 2008
Tourists watch as Tango dancers perform during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tourists watch as Tango dancers perform during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires...
Tourists watch as Tango dancers perform during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires, in this picture taken on January 29, 2008. Tango is a $450 million industry, and accounts for 10 percent of entertainment spending in Argentina's capital, not bad for a century-old dance form competing with movies, video arcades, stadium rock and raves. Argentina has benefited from a sudden jump in tourism after a deep economic crisis in 2002 that saw the peso currency fall sharply, making travel to Argentina cheaper. Like a New Orleans jazz club, or a samba night in Rio de Janeiro, a tango show is a must-see for visitors to Buenos Aires. Picture taken on January 29, 2008. To match feature ARGENTINA-TANGO REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA-TANGO/
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January 31, 2008
Tango dancers perform during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires, in this picture...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tango dancers perform during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires
Tango dancers perform during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires, in this picture taken on January 29, 2008. Tango is a $450 million industry, and accounts for 10 percent of entertainment spending in Argentina's capital, not bad for a century-old dance form competing with movies, video arcades, stadium rock and raves. Argentina has benefited from a sudden jump in tourism after a deep economic crisis in 2002 that saw the peso currency fall sharply, making travel to Argentina cheaper. Like a New Orleans jazz club, or a samba night in Rio de Janeiro, a tango show is a must-see for visitors to Buenos Aires. Picture taken on January 29, 2008. To match feature ARGENTINA-TANGO REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA-TANGO/
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January 31, 2008
Tango dancers perform during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires, in this picture...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tango dancers perform during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires
Tango dancers perform during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires, in this picture taken on January 29, 2008. Tango is a $450 million industry, and accounts for 10 percent of entertainment spending in Argentina's capital, not bad for a century-old dance form competing with movies, video arcades, stadium rock and raves. Argentina has benefited from a sudden jump in tourism after a deep economic crisis in 2002 that saw the peso currency fall sharply, making travel to Argentina cheaper. Like a New Orleans jazz club, or a samba night in Rio de Janeiro, a tango show is a must-see for visitors to Buenos Aires. Picture taken on January 29, 2008. To match feature ARGENTINA-TANGO REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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January 31, 2008
Tango dancers perform during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires January 29, 2008....
Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Tango dancers perform during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires January 29, 2008. Tango is a $450 million industry, and accounts for 10 percent of entertainment spending in Argentina's capital, not bad for a century-old dance form competing with movies, video arcades, stadium rock and raves. Argentina has benefited from a sudden jump in tourism after a deep economic crisis in 2002 that saw the peso currency fall sharply, making travel to Argentina cheaper. Like a New Orleans jazz club, or a samba night in Rio de Janeiro, a tango show is a must-see for visitors to Buenos Aires. Picture taken January 29, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA) To match feature ARGENTINA-TANGO/
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January 31, 2008
Tango dancers perform during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires January 29, 2008....
Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Tango dancers perform during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires January 29, 2008. Tango is a $450 million industry, and accounts for 10 percent of entertainment spending in Argentina's capital, not bad for a century-old dance form competing with movies, video arcades, stadium rock and raves. Argentina has benefited from a sudden jump in tourism after a deep economic crisis in 2002 that saw the peso currency fall sharply, making travel to Argentina cheaper. Like a New Orleans jazz club, or a samba night in Rio de Janeiro, a tango show is a must-see for visitors to Buenos Aires. Picture taken January 29, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA) To match feature ARGENTINA-TANGO/
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January 31, 2008
Tourists watch as Tango dancers perform during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Tourists watch as Tango dancers perform during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires January 29, 2008. Tango is a $450 million industry, and accounts for 10 percent of entertainment spending in Argentina's capital, not bad for a century-old dance form competing with movies, video arcades, stadium rock and raves. Argentina has benefited from a sudden jump in tourism after a deep economic crisis in 2002 that saw the peso currency fall sharply, making travel to Argentina cheaper. Like a New Orleans jazz club, or a samba night in Rio de Janeiro, a tango show is a must-see for visitors to Buenos Aires. Picture taken January 29, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA) To match feature ARGENTINA-TANGO/
ARGENTINA-TANGO/
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January 31, 2008
Tango dancers perform, while an orchestra plays on top, during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Tango dancers perform, while an orchestra plays on top, during a show at Esquina Carlos Gardel theatre in Buenos Aires January 29, 2008. Tango is a $450 million industry, and accounts for 10 percent of entertainment spending in Argentina's capital, not bad for a century-old dance form competing with movies, video arcades, stadium rock and raves. Argentina has benefited from a sudden jump in tourism after a deep economic crisis in 2002 that saw the peso currency fall sharply, making travel to Argentina cheaper. Like a New Orleans jazz club, or a samba night in Rio de Janeiro, a tango show is a must-see for visitors to Buenos Aires. Picture taken January 29, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA) To match feature ARGENTINA-TANGO/
URUGUAY PAINTED WALLS
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December 22, 2005
A resident crosses the street in front of a building painted with a motif of great tango singer Carlos...
Montevideo, Uruguay
Resident crosses street in front of building painted with motif of great tango singer Gardel in San Gregorio...
A resident crosses the street in front of a building painted with a motif of great tango singer Carlos Gardel, in San Gregorio de Polanco town, 400 km (249 miles) to the north of Montevideo December 22, 2005. The town was covered with several murals at the end of the last century, and right now is conserved by residents. Photo taken December 22, 2005. REUTERS/Andres Stapff
GARDEL
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June 24, 2005
Fans of legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel wait in front of Gardel's grave to pay tribute on the 70th...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Fans of legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel wait in front of Gardel's grave to pay tribute on the 7.....
Fans of legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel wait in front of Gardel's grave to pay tribute on the 70th anniversary of his death, June 24, 2005. Gardel, known worldwide during the 1930s, has long been considered the best tango singer in history, and fans from all over Latin America are coming to the Buenos Aires's cemetery of Chacarita to pay tribute to him.
ARGENTINA TANGO GARDEL
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June 24, 2005
A fan dressed as legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel signs tangos near of Gardel's grave in Buenos Aires...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A fan dressed as legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel signs tangos near of Gardel's grave in ...
A fan dressed as legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel signs tangos near of Gardel's grave in Buenos Aires to pay tribute on the 70th anniversary of his death. A fan dressed as legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel signs tangos near of Gardel's grave to pay tribute on the 70th anniversary of his death, June 24, 2005. Gardel, known worldwide during the 1930s, has long been considered the best tango singer in history, and fans from all over Latin America are coming to the Buenos Aires's cemetery of Chacarita to pay tribute to him. REUTERS/Andres Stapff
URUGUAY ANNIVERSARY
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June 24, 2005
A fan lays flowers at the monument of the singer Carlos Gardel in Medellin square in Montevideo June...
Montevideo, Uruguay
A fan lays flowers at the monument to the singer Carlos Gardel in Montevideo.
A fan lays flowers at the monument of the singer Carlos Gardel in Medellin square in Montevideo June 24,2005. Gardel, known worldwide during the 1930s, has long been considered the best tango singer in history, and fans from all over Latin America are coming to the Buenos Aires's cemetery of Chacarita to pay tribute to him on his 70th death anniversary. REUTERS/Pablo La Rosa PLR/cN
ARGENTINA TANGO GARDEL
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June 24, 2005
A living statue dressed as legendary tango singer Gardel is seen near of Gardel's grave in Buenos Aires....
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A living statue dressed as legendary tango singer Gardel is seen near of Gardel's grave in Buenos ......
A living statue dressed as legendary tango singer Gardel is seen near of Gardel's grave in Buenos Aires. A living statue dressed as legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel is seen near of Gardel's grave as fans of Gardel wait to pay tribute on the 70th anniversary of his death, June 24, 2005. Gardel, known worldwide during the 1930s, has long been considered the best tango singer in history, and fans from all over Latin America are coming to the Buenos Aires's cemetery of Chacarita to pay tribute to him. REUTERS/Andres Stapff
ARGENTINA TANGO GARDEL
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June 24, 2005
A fan of legendary tango singer Gardel puts a cigarette on the hand of a bronze statue of Gardel at Gardel's...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A fan of legendary tango singer Gardel puts a cigarette on the hand of a bronze statue of Gardel ...
A fan of legendary tango singer Gardel puts a cigarette on the hand of a bronze statue of Gardel at Gardel's grave in Buenos Aires. A fan of legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel puts a cigarette on the hand of a bronze statue of Gardel at Gardel's grave to pay tribute on the 70th anniversary of his death, June 24, 2005. Gardel, known worldwide during the 1930s, has long been considered the best tango singer in history, and fans from all over Latin America are coming to the Buenos Aires's cemetery of Chacarita to pay tribute to him. REUTERS/Andres Stapff
ARGENTINA TANGO GARDEL
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June 24, 2005
A fan of Carlos Gardel wearing panty hose used to dance tango waits in front of Gardel's grave in Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A fan of Carlos Gardel wearing panty hose used to dance tango waits in front of Gardel's grave in ......
A fan of Carlos Gardel wearing panty hose used to dance tango waits in front of Gardel's grave in Buenos Aires to pay tribute. A fan of legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel wearing panty hose used to dance tango waits in front of Gardel's grave to pay tribute on the 70th anniversary of his death, June 24, 2005. Gardel, known worldwide during the 1930s, has long been considered the best tango singer in history, and fans from all over Latin America are coming to the Buenos Aires's cemetery of Chacarita to pay tribute to him. REUTERS/Andres Stapff
ARGENTINA TANGO GARDEL
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June 24, 2005
Fan of legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel looks at pictures of the singer after offering flowers at...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Fan of legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel looks at pictures of the singer after offering ...
Fan of legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel looks at pictures of the singer after offering flowers at Gardel's grave in Buenos Aires. A fan of legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel looks at pictures of the singer after offering flowers at Gardel's grave to pay tribute on the 70th anniversary of his death, June 24, 2005. Gardel, known worldwide during the 1930s, has long been considered the best tango singer in history, and fans from all over Latin America are coming to the Buenos Aires's cemetery of Chacarita to pay tribute to him. REUTERS/Andres Stapff
ARGENTINA TANGO GARDEL
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June 24, 2005
Fans of legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel wait in front of Gardel's grave in Buenos Aires to pay tribute....
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Fans of legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel wait in front of Gardel's grave in Buenos Aires to ...
Fans of legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel wait in front of Gardel's grave in Buenos Aires to pay tribute. Fans of legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel wait in front of Gardel's grave to pay tribute on the 70th anniversary of his death, June 24, 2005. Gardel, known worldwide during the 1930s, has long been considered the best tango singer in history, and fans from all over Latin America are coming to the Buenos Aires's cemetery of Chacarita to pay tribute to him. REUTERS/Andres Stapff
ARGENTINA TANGO GARDEL
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June 24, 2005
Fans of legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel put flowers onto Gardel's grave to pay tribute on the 70th...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Fans of legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel put flowers onto Gardel's grave to pay tribute on ...
Fans of legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel put flowers onto Gardel's grave to pay tribute on the 70th anniversary of his death in Buenos Aires. Fans of legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel put flowers onto Gardel's grave to pay tribute on the 70th anniversary of his death, June 24, 2005. Gardel, known worldwide during the 1930s, has long been considered the best tango singer in history, and fans from all over Latin America are coming to the Buenos Aires's cemetery of Chacarita to pay tribute to him. REUTERS/Andres Stapff
ARGENTINA TANGO GARDEL
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June 24, 2005
Fan of legendary tango singer Gardel puts flowers onto Gardel's grave to pay tribute on the 70th anniversary...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Fan of legendary tango singer Gardel puts flowers onto Gardel's grave to pay tribute on the 70th ...
Fan of legendary tango singer Gardel puts flowers onto Gardel's grave to pay tribute on the 70th anniversary of his death in Buenos Aires. A fan of legendary tango singer Carlos Gardel puts flowers onto Gardel's grave to pay tribute on the 70th anniversary of his death, June 24, 2005. Gardel, known worldwide during the 1930s, has long been considered the best tango singer in history, and fans from all over Latin America are coming to the Buenos Aires's cemetery of Chacarita to pay tribute to him. REUTERS/Andres Stapff
URUGUAY ANNIVERSARY
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June 23, 2005
A group of Uruguayan school children look at a painting of tango singer Carlos Gardel in Medellin square...
Montevideo, Uruguay
A group of Uruguayan schoolchild look at a painting of a tango singer Carlos Gardel in Montevideo.
A group of Uruguayan school children look at a painting of tango singer Carlos Gardel in Medellin square in Montevideo June 24, 2005. Gardel, known worldwide during the 1930s, has long been considered the best tango singer in history, and fans from all over Latin America are coming to the Buenos Aires's cemetery of Chacarita to pay tribute to him on his 70th death anniversary. REUTERS/Pablo La Rosa Pictures of the Year 2005 PLR/CN
ARGENTINA TANGO GARDEL
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January 12, 2004
Pedestrians walk by a mural with an image of Argentine Tango icon Carlos Gardel on Gardel Street in Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
PEDESTRIANS WALK BY AN IMAGE OF ARGENTINE TANGO ICON GARDEL IN BUENOS AIRES.
Pedestrians walk by a mural with an image of Argentine Tango icon Carlos Gardel on Gardel Street in Buenos Aires, January 12, 2004. Uruguayan authorities want to conduct DNA testing on the remains of Gardel, buried in an Argentine cemetery, to set the record straight on his nationality, long disputed. Picture taken January 12. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci MBH
ARGENTINA TANGO GARDEL
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January 12, 2004
A woman walks by a painting with an image of Argentine Tango icon Carlos Gardel in Buenos Aires, January...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
PEDESTRIANS WALK BY AN IMAGE OF ARGENTINE TANGO ICON GARDEL IN BUENOS AIRES.
A woman walks by a painting with an image of Argentine Tango icon Carlos Gardel in Buenos Aires, January 12, 2004. Uruguayan authorities want to conduct DNA testing on the remains of Gardel, buried in an Argentine cemetery, to set the record straight on his nationality, long disputed. Picture taken January 12. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci MBH
ARGENTINA TANGO GARDEL
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January 12, 2004
Pedestrians walk by a poster with an image of Argentine Tango icon Carlos Gardel on Gardel Street in...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
PEDESTRIANS WALK BY AN IMAGE OF ARGENTINE TANGO ICON GARDEL IN BUENOS AIRES.
Pedestrians walk by a poster with an image of Argentine Tango icon Carlos Gardel on Gardel Street in Buenos Aires, January 12, 2004. Uruguayan authorities want to conduct DNA testing on the remains of Gardel, buried in an Argentine cemetery, to set the record straight on his nationality, long disputed. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci MBH
ARGENTINA TANGO
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December 11, 2003
Celebrating National Tango Day dancers perform a street dancing tango festival, in Buenos Aires, December...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
COUPLES PERFOM STREET DANCING TANGO FESTIVAL IN BUENOS AIRES.
Celebrating National Tango Day dancers perform a street dancing tango festival, in Buenos Aires, December 11, 2003. Tango Day commemorates the anniversary of the birth of one of Argentina's biggest mythical figure Carlos Gardel. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian EM
ARGENTINA TANGO
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December 11, 2003
Celebrating National Tango Day dancers perform a street dancing tango festival, in Buenos Aires, December...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
COUPLES PERFORM STREET DANCING TANGO FESTIVAL IN BUENOS AIRES.
Celebrating National Tango Day dancers perform a street dancing tango festival, in Buenos Aires, December 11, 2003. Tango Day commemorates the anniversary of the birth of one of Argentina's biggest mythical figure Carlos Gardel. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian EM
ARGENTINA TANGO
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December 11, 2003
Celebrating National Tango Day couples perform a street dancing tango festival, in Buenos Aires, December...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
COUPLES PERFOM STREET DANCING TANGO FESTIVAL IN BUENOS AIRES.
Celebrating National Tango Day couples perform a street dancing tango festival, in Buenos Aires, December 11, 2003. Tango Day commemorates the anniversary of the birth of one of Argentina's biggest mythical figures Carlos Gardel. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian EM
URUGUAY GARDEL TANGO
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September 19, 2003
Uruguayan Horacio Loriente gestures during an interview at his house,
September 19, 2003. Loriente has...
Montevideo, Uruguay - Eastern Republic of,
URUGUAYAN LORIENTE GESTURES DURING AN INTERVIEW.
Uruguayan Horacio Loriente gestures during an interview at his house,
September 19, 2003. Loriente has been collecting original records of
the mythical tango singer Carlos Gardel and the collection was declared
by the UNESCO part of the "Memory of the World." Picture taken
September 19, 2003. REUTERS/Andres Stapff/FEATURE/MUSIC-URUGUAY-GARDEL

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URUGUAY GARDEL TANGO
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September 19, 2003
Uruguayan Horacio Loriente gestures during an interview at his house,
September 19, 2003. Loriente has...
Montevideo, Uruguay - Eastern Republic of,
URUGUAYAN LORIENTE GESTURES DURING AN INTERVIEW.
Uruguayan Horacio Loriente gestures during an interview at his house,
September 19, 2003. Loriente has been collecting original records of
the mythical tango singer Carlos Gardel and the collection was declared
by the UNESCO part of the "Memory of the World." Picture taken
September 19, 2003. REUTERS/Andres Stapff/FEATURE/MUSIC-URUGUAY-GARDEL

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URUGUAY GARDEL TANGO
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September 19, 2003
Uruguayan Horacio Loriente speaks during an interview at his house,
September 19, 2003. Loriente has...
Montevideo, Uruguay - Eastern Republic of,
URUGUAYAN LORIENTE SPEAKS DURING AN INTERVIEW.
Uruguayan Horacio Loriente speaks during an interview at his house,
September 19, 2003. Loriente has been collecting original records of
the mythical tango singer Carlos Gardel and the collection was declared
by the UNESCO part of the "Memory of the World." Picture taken
September 19, 2003. REUTERS/Andres Stapff/FEATURE/MUSIC-URUGUAY-GARDEL

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MUSIC ARGENTINA TANGO
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September 17, 2003
With the pictures of late tango idols on the wall, tango fans Carlos
Gardel (L), Tita Merello, and Anibal...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
TANGO FANS APPLAUD TO AN ORCHESTRA IN BUENOS AIRES.
With the pictures of late tango idols on the wall, tango fans Carlos
Gardel (L), Tita Merello, and Anibal Troilo (R), applaud the Ramiro
Gallo Quinteto orchestra during its concert at the Radio Municipal
studio in Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 17, 2003. Every Wednesday
100 enthusiastic tango-goers gather in this auditorium to listen tango
performed live by their favorite professionals as well as amateurs
musicians and singers. Picture taken September 17. REUTERS/Enrique
Marcarian

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SPORT SOCCER COPA
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July 12, 2001
A Colombian boy wearing a jersey of Argentina's River Plate soccer
club, poses beside a sculpture of...
Medellin, Colombia
COLOMBIAN BOY POSES BESIDE A SCULPTURE OF ARGENTINE TANGO LEGEND
GARDEL.
A Colombian boy wearing a jersey of Argentina's River Plate soccer
club, poses beside a sculpture of legendary Argentine tango singer
Carlos Gardel, decorated with Colombian and Argentine flags, in
Medellin July 12, 2001. The executive committee of the Argentine Soccer
Association refused to play in the Copa America tournament, saying
there is no guarantee of security in Colombia for the players during
the competition. This action by the association has frustrated a lot of
Colombian soccer fans.

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