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Luna Park, Buenos Aires

465 Bouchard
San Nicolás
Buenos Aires
Tel: 54 11 5279 5279's insider take:

In operation for 80-odd years, Luna Park—with its landmark neon signage—has seen its share of history, from the 1935 funeral of tango legend Carlos Gardel to the chance encounter, in 1944, between Juan Perón and a certain señorita named Evita. The cavernous room—a former boxing arena—has also played host to the likes of Frank Sinatra, Luciano Pavarotti, Ray Charles, Oasis, and, more recently, the White Stripes.

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