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Old Posted Aug 2, 2014, 2:58 PM
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Highyways/Freeways are visually unappealing and totally destroy the urban fabric. I'm not sure why anyone would boast about a nondescript highway in a city.
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25 de Mayo and Dellepiane, both highways inside the federal district of the city of Buenos Aires

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Video of the Ricchieri highway, the continuation of the 25 de Mayo and Dellepiane highways, and at the same time the highway who goes to the Ezeiza International Airport:

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The West Access, who goes from the west of the federal district of Buenos Aires to the metropolitan area and to the city of Luján:

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Some routes in the area known as Sierra de la Ventana, in the south Buenos Aires province:


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The Illia, Lugones, and Cantilo highways in Buenos Aires:


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The General Paz and Perito Moreno highways in Buenos Aires:


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The 9th of July (Frondizi) and Cañuelas highways:


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