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January 31, 2008
Tourists walk past a graffitti with an image of Tango dancers in the Caminito district of Buenos Aires...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tourists walk past a graffitti with an image of Tango dancers in Buenos Aires
Tourists walk past a graffitti with an image of Tango dancers in the Caminito district of Buenos Aires neighborhood of La Boca, in this picture taken on January 28, 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 28, 2008. To match feature ARGENTINA-TANGO REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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