Temperley

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Temperley es probablemente el barrio ferroviario más lindo de Argentina. Cuando el tren era el motor exclusivo del nacimiento y evolución de las ciudades, o en este caso localidades del área metropolitana de Buenos Aires, alrededor de las estaciones crecía un centro comercial y bordeándolo se creaban urbanizaciones que solían ser de estilo normando, neogóticos túdor y en menor medida de albañiles italianos que combinaban sus diseños con Beaux Arts o Art Nouveau. Es entonces que Temperley es un caso especial, dado que se conservan muchísimas manzanas de mansiones perfectamente mantenidas y su estación de tren alcanza un tamaño irregularmente grande para una localidad de este tipo.

Temperley is probably the prettiest urban area designed next to the railway stations in Buenos Aires. As usual on the past, the Rail network was the heart of the new towns and localities of the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires. In front of these stations, usually there was an area of commercial developments and all these was surrounded by neighborhoods of english and neogothic mansions and houses. That is the case of Temperley, who takes this paradigm to the next level with the biggest station in the country outside of the Capital Federal and the best preserved area of this kind of northern european mansions.

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