Casa Rosada on Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires, probably the most photographed building in Argentina. When I stand here I think only of Evita Perón. It is from this balcony that she addressed adoring crowds of Argentine workers, and I can imagine her singing “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina”, weird as that is. Today the beautiful President of the Argentine Nation Cristina Fernández de Kirchner does not live here but does work here. She lives in the suburbs in a mansion in Los Olivos, north of the city, with her husband, the former president. Not sure what I would prefer. 

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