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Tuesday, 2 June 2009
Art Dealer and San Telmo Telephone Index
Topic: San Telmo
Art Dealer and San Telmo Telephone Index

Bob Frassinetti, known as a Lonely Planet Guide who is living, loving, working on San Telmo.Tel Everything on art, antiques or collectibles plus Travel Information for San Telmo and all Buenos Aires, Argentina and neighboring countries Chile and Uruguay.

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Posted by bob frassinetti at 12:01 AM
Updated: Wednesday, 3 June 2009 2:43 PM
Monday, 25 June 2007
Apartment Rent in down town Buenos Aires Argentina
Topic: San Telmo
Staying in Monserrat and San Telmo, a wonderful experience for the traveler who wants more…  Monserrat and San Telmo is the top hip location in the city without exuding the “made for the tourist” feel some other places in the region might have. Bohemian, Artistic, Cultural, Amazing San Telmo is an expression of the novel Buenos Aires. This is the all friendly area for travelers par excellence, the artists’ place, the city with a plus; that’s why locals and visitors alike love this place.  With a huge array of gourmet options mixed and matched with a broad variety of true local pubs, tango bars and cafes, Monserrat and San Telmo has what it takes. Just a stone throw away from any other major city site, San Telmo is indeed a perfect spot for the traveler who wants independence, freedom of movement at the time he or she wishes to capture the essence of “Portenos”, that’s what we are called.  And while some prefer the traditional hotel option during their stay, we know that those travelers who travel following the lemma “When in Rome, do what Romans do”, rather prefer to stay at their own place and enjoy Argentina as an Argentine. If that is your case, we have this apartment Fully Furnished for RENT on Defensa Street,  but first take alook at the surrounding areas ...
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And so if you are interested in Fashion Art, Design or Antiques, and you are travelling to Buenos Aires, Argentina, or to Santiago, Chile or even Montevideo, Uruguay and need to buy and export these items or only need tips and travel information, please feel free to email us…….Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti with this email address: Email: Bob Frassinetti.

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Posted by bob frassinetti at 6:31 PM
Updated: Monday, 25 June 2007 6:51 PM
Monday, 14 February 2005
San Telmo Food and Antique Market
Topic: San Telmo

This outstanding San Telmo Market was built back in 1897 by the famous architect Juan Antonio Buschiazzo. Combining a typically modern Italian fa?ade with a more English styled inside made in iron and glass, the San Telmo Market place is not only a tourist sight and trade mark -this is the last monument of it's kind... but an ode to our past and traditions there are no further market buildings currently working as products markets in the city.

The construction of this gorgeous building expresses a very particular and special time in Argentina's history, for in 1880 Buenos Aires is finally declared the nation's capital city, and soon after this turning point in our history, BA' mayor, Torcuato de Alvear begins to carry on the ambitious modernization of the city. Architect Juan Antonio Buschiazzo will play a crucial role both in the public administration and the construction and architectural field designing modern Market places, hospitals, public buildings, churches, cemeteries and particular buildings...

The architectural technique chosen by this fabulous architect for the San Telmo market combines the hygienist proposal -so famous back then- with the advantages of modernism and it's new material inputs. It can be appreciated from the inside of the market that the main concept that guided the construction was sanitation and hygiene, there are no inside walls, instead, a strong and gorgeous iron structure blended with glass creates a spacey environment. The outside fa?ade's main focus it's a huge arch at the entrance -which exhibits a true Tuscany style at the arched main door benefiting from the building's highest point. This design is projected inside the building, through the various iron arches, transformed and methamorphed into a spacey multifunctional interior.

With a traditional eclectic feel typical from Buenos Aires the San Telmo market is a worldwide known tourist attraction for it's architecture as well as antique market. However the greatness of this Market is that within it's walls one gets one of a kind vintage items at the same time we can shop our daily groceries and stop for a quick lunch at the fabulous North-west Argentinean-Bolivian bistro... a glass of wine and their fantastic potato omelet is a must!

Ocupying almost a whole block the market limites to the north with the intersection of Carlos Calvo and Bolivar St. and to the south with Estados Unidos and Defensa St. the Market opens Tuesday thru Sundays from 10 am to 7 pm.

Without a doubt we could mark with cross this location as the heart of one of Buenos Aires oldest and most interesting quarters christened after a very famous and beloved priest Saint Peter Gonzalez Telmo. The historic San Telmo neighborhood is very small, limiting to the following streets and avenues Chile, Piedras, Caseros , Defensa, Mart?n Garc?a, Paseo Col?n, Brasil and Ing. Huergo.

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Link to Photo Album San Telmo Vegtable & Antiques Market Place

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Posted by bob frassinetti at 6:25 PM
Updated: Monday, 14 February 2005 8:54 PM
Sunday, 29 August 2004
The Magnificent San Telmo Antique Market, a Sunday experience
Topic: San Telmo
The Magnificent San Telmo Antique Market, well this is whats it all about, a place to see.

San Telmo is the center of the most ancient area of the city of Buenos Aires. With only 25 square blocks, this small district concentrates in itself a bit of every thing this city has to offer to locals and visitors. The Plaza Dorrego is the meeting point and from where we start our journey.

Every day is a good day to visit San Telmo... but on Sundays it's just something else. The narrow stone paved streets are no longer busy with traffic, for on Sundays they are walking streets only, were one can find lovely couples passing by, kids playing, young and older people enjoying their free day, foreign visitors buying handcrafted items, antiques, collectibles, having coffee on a sweet little coffee house that has put its tables on the street because of the beautiful day. As we approach the Plaza, in between human statues, two tangueros are posing for photograph and a puppeteer, taking advantage of a melancholic tango song, puts on an improvised play of very high artistic quality. As we keep on walking we can appreciate the crowd around the Plaza Dorrego, were the antiques' market takes place every Sunday. As we enter this outdoor market, the options are more than plenty, some interesting places catch my eye: some wild magazine collections from the 30s, beautiful ancient phonographs that still work are playing one of Gardel's most beautiful tangos. Really close to that stand, I view, astonished, the perfect image of the Argentine's 60s: two posters, side by side, like twin brothers: El Che Guevara and the four legendary Beatles.

On the street many talented artists play a tango, a milonga, and the folkloric chamam?; the sound track of this beautiful spectacle.

As the sun goes down and the market begins to close, we appreciate the care and love with which the artisans and antiquarians put away each item that was exhibited during this sunny afternoon. What an amazing spectacle of history, home of the immigrants who long ago came to this land to build a nation.

s we walk away, we pass by a traditional Bistro locally known as bodeg?n, we can appreciate that the fire `s already burning, and its coals are heating the grill for an outstanding asado; without thinking it twice we walk in to finish this day in the best possible Argentinean way, asado and an excellent red wine from Mendoza.

See San Telmo on a Sunday:
Link to Photo Album San Telmo, Flea Market

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Posted by bob frassinetti at 2:23 PM
Updated: Friday, 11 February 2005 8:03 PM

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