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Casa Minima, Buenos Aires

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  • It is the façade of a House as others in the area but with a front of two meters and a half. I guess it will be like a rectangular box of shoes inside. People take out photo. I am unaware if it is inhabited.
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  • On one side of the street of San Telmo, the Minimum House this next Mafalda and is pretty cool to take pictures and view on the outside, as it is not open to visitations, the narrowest House in Buenos Aires.
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  • Complementing the guided visit to the Zanjón de Granados, we had the opportunity to visit the House minimum. According to the guide is really the platform of the House that is 2.5 metres in which once someone lived, the rest of the House is remodeling, according to findings from other eras, with a beautiful courtyard and a relic that is blind factory Pedro Vassena
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  • This is the thinnest lot in Buenos Aires. The story behind is a black slave who was freed and given a piece of lot.
  • The history of the House is a reflection of the illusions of the slaves who embraced the revolutionary cause, but this story, far as I know, end relatively well.
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  • The smallest House in the city of Buenos Aires
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  • It is not a restaurant, it is a small house with a legend of a freed slave.
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  • This House as tourist attraction tells the story of the population slave in Buenos Aires years ago.
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