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Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires: This museum contains the world’s largest collection of Argentine sculptures and paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries. It also houses European art dating from the pre-Renaissance 18 CHAPTER 1 . THE BEST OF SOUTH AMERICA The Best of Sensuous South America Your trip will not be complete until you indulge in at least one of the following uniquely South American experiences: • Dance the tango in Argentina: Top Al Pacino and Gabrielle Anwar in Scent of a Woman with the creation of your own tango dance, preferably in one of the seedier tango salons of Buenos Aires where it all started.
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