"Salta the Beautiful" had honestly earned its nickname due to its amazing colonial architecture, pleasant climate, and surrounding green peaks. Placed in northwestern
The enormous Government House in Tucuman occupies a big chunk around Plaza Independencia’s central square and seems to be out of place in such a backwater, sleepy town,
The Minor Basilica of San Francisco is one of the most striking structures in Salta and Argentina. The decision to build it dates back to April 16, 1582, which was Salta’s
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