Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes, Buenos Aires
Some of the strangest architecture in Buenos Aires; the palacio was designed by Norwegian architect Olaf Boyle in the late 1800’s and covered in thousands of colored tiles and bricks (and by colored I mean green and orange, great color combination). It still functions as a water works today.

Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes, Buenos Aires

Some of the strangest architecture in Buenos Aires; the palacio was designed by Norwegian architect Olaf Boyle in the late 1800’s and covered in thousands of colored tiles and bricks (and by colored I mean green and orange, great color combination). It still functions as a water works today.

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