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Casa Minima, Buenos Aires

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  • This is billed as the smallest house in Buenos Aires and is interesting to see but I would only make a side trip down Pasaje San Lorenzo to see it if you're already walking down Calle Defensa as it's ...  more »
  • Nice place to visit, but do take the tour, we had a dinner there, food was ok but nothing special, service was very good. Our tour guide made the story of this place very interesting.  more »
  • It is a tenderness of House, though only you can see on the outside. It is very well maintained. It is little known so people do not walk. If you go through san Telmo is to the side and you can go to visit
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  • Casa minima is the thinnest house in Buenos Aires. Worth a visit through you scroll in San Telmo.
  • This is the thinnest lot in Buenos Aires. The story behind is a black slave who was freed and given a piece of lot.
  • How I met thanks to the Open house, the famous House minimum I recommend it to visit it. It is very good.
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  • San Telmo has very beautiful and historic places. You can get photos from the outside but you can not enter.
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  • Inevitable in San Telmo travel
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