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Baile urbano.

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Bucket list to go back about more times, with Balconies in the mix: Tango in Buenos Aires Streets - ARGENTINA

Argentine Tango BAILE ELEGANTE,SENSUAL, Y TÍPICAMENTE ARGENTINO

I& love to visit Argentina. And learn how to tango. it& SO sexy when people dance tango well!

~MvA~

RL Dancing Tango in the street

Tango Argentino

Amazing lines ♡

Tango like you mean it!

Intense and mature Tango dance! That's what you do and to get the Passion going!

Tango Dancers, Argentina. Photograph by Alison Wright

Tango Dancers, Argentina l Alison Wright.

Antonia and Andrei

shall we dance ? by Cristi Baias on and Andrei

Foto

Breath with rhythm.

Photo

mujer_bailando_tango iron work, cobble stone, arches and balcony. Old photo or prop?

Viejito y parrandero  https://de.pinterest.com/pin/Ab1cmyQsNX-8nLHIMRsOVr3OoWkF1eb7HmX2yVt6vjN0TuypBur9w_s/

This 82 year old man was encouraging everyone in the square to dance the Tango.

Energy!

Breathtaking Photos Capture Cuba’s Legendary Ballerinas Dancing In The Streets- Javier Rojas & Keyvin Martínez

it was -- you were more of lady than I just I just let you be that which you are - it wasn't necessarily about being butch - Im a clumsy dork, you're at least a classy lady, geez, let the lady have the lime light sweetheart - that's how I saw it - I was afraid to show my body to anyone because men like my body - you were the only who ever made me feel safe enough to be even a little lady like-you protected me

Le tango est partout, dans les salles et les rues de Buenos Aires.

Don't look just feel when you dance the Argentine Tango.

Dance - Argentina - Do the tango in Argentina

Dance and dance.....

Tango by Maria Churkina, Dance Sexy B&W

The Dance of the Heart - The Argentine Tango.  In the late 1800's, millions of European immigrants arrived on the shores of the Rio de la Plata in South America, in the two port cities of Montevideo, Uruguay and Buenos Aires, Argentina.  Most of the immigrants were single young men who brought their music: the violin, the flamenco guitar, the bandoneon and their dances: the waltz, the mazurka and the polka mixed them with Argentine, Cuban and African and The Argentine Tango was born.

[Official Video] Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy - Pentatonix

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