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Stories and portfolios are welcome, contributions should be sent to
limafreelance@hotmail.com
Portada:
Sharon Prieto
Atleta
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Olimpiadas Especiales Per
Callao 2014
Carlos Garca Granthon
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Editor:
Carlos Garca Granthon







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Ma Qian (Marian)

Nujhat Zavaleta

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Editorial
Vivir (de) la fotografa 04

Artculos
HPA 2015, Call for Entries 06

Foto Express
Nujhat Zavaleta 14

Danza
Tango; pasin de arrabal y bandonen 20

Documental
XV Juegos Nacionales, Olimpiadas Especiales Per, Callao 2014 28
Rupac, cerca del cielo 40

Cementerios Patrimoniales
Chacarita; sombras, penas y silencios 50
Contenido
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Justo al cierre de esta edicin, lea un post de un
buen amigo y excelente fotgrafo, Tino Soriano, en
el que mencionaba lo difcil que es vivir de la
fotografa hoy en da, pero que sin embargo, y segn
afirma con toda razn, las experiencias de vida en
este oficio valen ms que cualquier nmina. Y es
cierto, es un oficio muy difcil y arriesgado que ya
no se retribuye tan bien como en la poca de oro de
los magazines, cuando no se escatimaba gastos ni
incentivos por conseguir un Scoop en la portada,
baste con recordar que, en 1964 Paris Match rento,
modific y acondicion uno de los aviones de
pasajeros ms modernos de la poca como sala de
edicin de la revista, para seguir la visita del Papa
Paulo VI a Jerusaln. En esas pocas, ser fotgrafo
de Life, Paris Match o National Geographic, entre
otros, era muy bien recompensado, no slo
profesionalmente sino tambin econmicamente.

El de hoy es un mundo ms globalizado, ms
exigente y comercialmente ms despiadado el que
entre a la fotografa pensando en hacer fortuna,
terminar fotografiando lo que se venda ms fcil, y
por poco dinero, pues lo suyo ser un oficio con
prioridad en el precio de la imagen y no en su valor.
Para vivir de la fotografa primero hay que vivir la
fotografa, sin fronteras y sin salario, ese ha sido, es,
y ser el secreto a voces del buen fotgrafo
documental.

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Editorial
Vivir (de) la fotografa
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Carlos Garca Granthon
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Humanity Photo Awards 2015
Call for Entries




Basic Information
Entry period: September 16, 2014 April 15, 2015
How to enter: sign up and submit entries at http://2015.hpa.org.cn
Rules on entries: each entrant can submit 3 sets of photos at most; each set should consist
of 8-14 photos.
Contact:
Tel: 86 10 62252175
Face Book: China Folklore Photographic Association
Email: link@hpa.org.cn

Brief on Humanity Photo Awards (HPA)
HPA was founded by China Folklore Photographic Association (CFPA) in 1998. For the
last 16 years, CFPA, in cooperation with the United Nations of Educational, Scientific, and
Cultural Organization (UNESCO), has built this photo contest into a prestigious
international photographic event. Its leading position is unchallenged in the world multi-
cultural field.

Documenting World Folklore Culture by Photography
We have held eight sessions of HPA contests from 1998 to 2014. In total, photographers
from 153 countries have registered for HPA; 16,031 entrants from 137 countries have
entered and submitted entries; folklore phenomena in 167 countries and regions have been
documented. HPA has built a multi-cultural image treasure documenting rich folklore
cultures and their evolution.
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Sharing Folklore Culture with Photo Stories
HPA is open to group photos only, which sets it apart from all other photo contests. This
rule has been observed strictly for the last 16 years because we believe even a simple
folklore cultural phenomenon can tell a big story and therefore requires a folklore
photographer to focus, investigate and document thoroughly. A single image is insufficient
to tell the whole story. This rule sets a high standard for folklore photographers.


Higher Standard, More Significance and Responsibilities
HPA2013-2021 (from the 8
th
to the 12
th
HPA) has been included in the plan of International
Decade for the Rapprochement of Cultures (2013-2022). It is a new journey for HPA. Let
world folklore photography be the tool for documenting, promoting and sharing multiple
cultures and thus promoting the prosperity and development of cultural diversity.







Welcome to Enter HPA2015!







Please follow
http://www.hpa.org.cn/ or http://www.worldfpa.org/
for updates about the contest.


For Guidelines of HPA2015, please visit
http://2015.hpa.org.cn/EN/Constitution.aspx.


HPA2015 Work Team
China Folklore Photographic Association
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GUIDELINES OF THE
HUMANITY PHOTO AWARDS 2015


Mission
We call upon responsible photographers who respect and love life to take their cameras, in
the form of feature photography:

to explore and rescue the endangered folk cultures of nationalities worldwide;
to record the changes and evolution of various folk cultures in a genuine, vivid and
profound way;
to record, spread and share the multi-cultures of the world with the aim of enhancing
mutual understanding and exchanges of human beings and promoting the world peace
and development;
to contribute to the World Folklore Photo Museum with world culture records.

Organized by
THE CHINA FOLKLORE PHOTOGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION (CFPA)
The UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL
ORGANIZATION (UNESCO)

Schedule
Photo Submission Period: September 16th, 2014April 15th, 2015 (Beijing Time)
Selection: By mid July, 2015, all awar ds will come out after three rounds of
evaluation. The results of Performance Awards, Nomination Awards will be published on
http://www.hpa.org.cn. Winners of Jurys Special Awards, Documentary Awards and Grand
Awards will be announced at the Awards Ceremony.
Awards Ceremony: September 16th, 2015.

Categories
Entrants are required to submit photo stories/portfolios (8 to 14 photos for each set)
according to the following categories:

Portrait & Costume
Portraits of people from different nationalities; costumes and adornments featuring diverse
ethnic cultures, including everyday dress, ceremonial dress, hats and shoes, adornments
and hairstyles, etc; the making of costumes and adornments; distinctive attire customs such
as dressing etiquette and taboos.

Architecture
The construction process, structure, interior layout and furniture adornments of traditional
dwellings, public facilities and special architecture (e.g. religious buildings); the influence
of the surroundings reflected on features of the local architecture; dwelling habits of
different ethnic groups.
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Living Custom
The usual living habits, such as diet modes, food making, cleaning ways and related taboos;
ecological consciousness, education forms and folk medicine in different regions;
comprehensive and serial life customs of a specific region, a nationality or a tribe.

Production & Commerce
The traditional ways of production under certain ecological environments, such as fishing,
hunting, farming, forestry, animal husbandry, etc.; materials processing such as handicrafts
industry and folk crafts; services that make life easy; business activities such as products
transportation and trade.

Festivities
Annual and seasonal festivals, festivals on production and recreation, religious ceremonies,
temple fairs; traditional sports, recreational activities, music, dances and local dramas
performed during festivals, especially showing their positive role in communications among
local peoples and nations.

Traditional Rites
Birth rites, adult rites, weddings, funerals, morality etiquette, etiquette showing respect for
the aged; celebrations for individuals and families, village and family rites, worshiping rites,
taboo rites and folk religious rites.



Awards

Five awards will be offered in accordance with the judging criteria: Grand Awards (G),
Documentary Awards (D), Jurys Special Awards (S), Nomination Awards (N) and
Performance Awards (P).

All prize-winning photographers will be invited to attend the award ceremony and
related events that last for 3 to 6 days.
Awards

Number Meals

Accommodation

Transport
Allowance

Prize Money
G

6
2000
D 60 /
S Some

/
N 100-S

Some

/
P 500 / / /
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Prize-winning photographers are required to buy the flight tickets by themselves. Based
on the located region of the prize-winning photographers, the organizer will then determine
the maximum transport allowance for award winners from each region according to the
basic transport expenses for a roundtrip from the prize-winning photographers registered
cities to the city where the awards ceremony will be held. Transport allowance will be
given to the prize-winning photographers within the regulated period after they arrive at the
event venue and submit the signed paper flight itinerary or train ticket (Specific policy will
be issued when the attendees are confirmed).

One Grand Award for each category, vacancy allowed. Judging Criteria: excelling in all
three aspects: photographic technique, documentary value and difficulty in photographing,
and can best reveal the mission of the HPA photo contest.

Jurys Special Awards will be selected among the Nomination Awards based on the
stories of the photo sets, interviews and editing skills of the photographers. The prize-
winning photographers will be awarded transport allowance. The final number of
Nomination Awards will be made clear by deducting the number of Jurys Special Awards
from the original 100.

As a way of encouragement for photographers in Arabic countries, Africa, Latin America


and Caribbean region to record local cultures, Nomination Awards-winning photographers
in those regions will have the chance of getting transport allowance.



Transport allowance is only offered to those prize-winning photographers who attend
the ceremony and related events.

Attendees are required to apply for the visa and pay for relevant fees by themselves.
The organizer will offer possible help, but will not be responsible for any caused
problems.

Winning photos have the opportunity of being included in the content of HPA
promotion DVDs and publications. Prize-winning photographers attending the
ceremony will be awarded a paper certificate and the publications of HPA2015.

Prize-winning photographers and entrants as well are required to download the
electronic copy of award certificate and commemoration certificate of HPA 2015
before 16
th
September, 2015.




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Entry Rules
(Please read carefully)


Entrants
Entries are required to be submitted online via the entry site http://2015.hpa.org.cn.
Please sign up at the entry site and submit photos in accordance with relevant
requirements. All information is required to be written in Chinese or English only.
The entrants name in the Entry Form should be the same with that on his/her valid
identity certificate. Fake name such as professional name and pseudonym are not
accepted.
There are no restrictions on entrants in terms of profession, gender, age, nationality,
country or region.
The photos must be taken by the entrant himself/ herself, otherwise the entrant will be
deprived of the right to win the prizes in the contest.
Photos entered jointly by two or more than two entrants will not be accepted.
All entrants will be deemed to have accepted the Guidelines of HPA 2015. Any legal
responsibility relating to entries, such as copyright, right of reputation and portrait,
right of privacy, right of trade mark, etc. will be borne by the entrants.
The contest is open to everyone except the members of jury and the staff of HPA
2015work team.



Candidate Photos
Photos that have won prizes in previous HPA contests are excluded from the HPA
2015; prize-winning photos in other contests or exhibitions are eligible for HPA 2015.
There are no restrictions on countries or nationalities which are shown in the photos.
(Entries can contain images of several ethnic groups in one country or of one
nationality living in different countries and regions.)
There is no limit on shooting time. Entries can be taken on one occasion or over a
period of time.
The category of the submitted photos must be specified by the entrants. The organizer
and judges are not responsible for re-categorizing any entry.
Photo stories/portfolios must consist of a minimum of 8 and a maximum of 14 photos.
Each entrant is allowed to submit no more than 3 sets.
Photos must be uploaded with .jpg format, size between 1MB and 4MB.
Only the necessary retouching which will not change the original appearance of the
photo is allowed. All photos are prohibited from synthesis, addition, deletion or major
changes in color. Photos with frames, special backgrounds or other decorative effects
will not be accepted. To keep the authenticity of the record, composite, splicing and
trick photos will not be judged.
Each photo must contain a caption.

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Declaration of the Organizer
No entry fee is required for this contest.
To guarantee the fairness of the HPA 2015, personal information of the entrants should
not be shown on the photo or in the caption. Otherwise, the entry will not be judged.
With the guarantee of the right of signature for every author, the organizer has the
right to repeatedly use the entries in related non-commercial activities for free,
including publications, exhibitions, TV programs, Internet displays, electronic media,
etc. The Organizer reserves the right to do probable editing of the entries.
Photos must be submitted before April 15th, 2015 via the website above-mentioned.
(The date when the photos of an entry set are completely submitted is deemed as its
submission date.)
CFPA reserves the right of final interpretation of the Guidelines of HPA 2015.



Contact Information
CHINA FOLKLORE PHOTOGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION (CFPA)
E-mail: link@hpa.org.cn
Tel: 8610-62252175
FaceBook: China Folklore Photographic Association
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Foto Express
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Carlos Garca Granthon
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Danza
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Tango
Pasin de arrabal
y bandonen



por
Carlos Garca Granthon
El Tango, patrimonio compartido por
Uruguay y Argentina, es un gnero
musical y danza que grafica en un solo
acorde la pasin portea en los
arrabales del Ro de la Plata al comps
de un bandonen. Probablemente el
gnero musical sudamericano ms
difundido en el resto del mundo,
inclusive la palabra Tango est tan
globalizada que desde hace muchas
dcadas, se utiliza internacionalmente
para codificar la letra T


Si bien hoy es danza refinada y de
culto, en sus orgenes no naci para el
bailarn de escuela, ni para la dama de
saln, sino como expresin dramtica
de cortejo entre el rudo macho de garito
y la bronca hembra de arrabal.


Como la mayora de los gneros
musicales criollos en sud-amrica; es
fusin de ritmos europeos, africanos e
indgenas, y en sus letras,
generalmente melanclicas, narra no
slo la pasin, sino tambin las
vivencias y carencias de las clases ms
populares de la regin del Rio de la
Plata.


El tango es pasin de arrabal y
bandonen




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Carlos Garca Granthon Carlos Garca Granthon
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Carlos Garca Granthon
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...arrabal amargo
con ella a mi lado
no vi tus tristezas,
tu barro y miserias


Tango: Arrabal Amargo
Msica: Carlos Gardel
Letra: Alfredo Le Pera
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Documental
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Olimpiadas
Especiales Per
XV Juegos
Nacionales
Callao 2014

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Carlos Garca Granthon
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Mientras realizaba el presente reportaje a los
Juegos Nacionales de las Olimpiadas
Especiales Per, que se llevaron a cabo del
19 al 22 de Septiembre del presente ao, y
donde participan atletas con habilidades
especiales, fueron muchas las personas que
me pidieron que les tomase una fotografa
durante las competencias, entre las cuales
hay varias que por uno u otro motivo han
quedado grabadas en mi memoria, pero hubo
una en particular que difcilmente voy a
olvidar:

En el primer da de las competencias, dentro
del ambiente en el que se presentaban las
atletas de gimnasia rtmica, aprovechando un
breve receso entre presentaciones; estaba yo
sentado en el suelo, junto a las tribunas con
mi credencial de prensa colgada del cuello,
cambiando los lentes de la cmara para hacer
unas tomas ms abiertas. De pronto apareci
una de las competidoras, se par ante mi y
me pidi que le tomara una foto; yo levant
y acerqu hacia mi rostro el cuerpo de
cmara, desmontado y sin lente alguno, para
explicarle que en ese momento no poda
tomarle una foto, pero al parecer ella
entendi todo lo contrario; acto seguido y sin
mediar palabra, me regal su mejor pose.
Pareca una pose que habra ensayado con
varios das de anticipacin, frente al espejo,
para estrenarla a la primera oportunidad
frente a una cmara durante las
competencias. Inmediatamente despus, y
pensando que yo ya le haba tomado la foto,
me agradeci y dio media vuelta para
marcharse me remordi la conciencia
dejarla ir sin haberle tomado su foto; no, no
poda dejar las cosas as. Como pude puse
el primer lente que tena a mano, sin
configurar los parmetros de la cmara, la
alcanc, y para simplificar explicaciones slo
le dije una ms por favor; ella volte, esta
vez sin posar, y con las manos en los
bolsillos me dio una de las sonrisas ms
naturales que he registrado hasta ahora. La
magia de la espontaneidad estaba en su
rostro, en mi cmara, y ahora tambin est
en la portada de este nmero del magazine.

Queda claro que la mejor y ms artstica de
las poses, no reemplaza a la ms simple y
sincera de las sonrisas. Gracias Sharon!


CGG
Olimpiadas
Especiales Per
Una atleta, una sonrisa
y una portada
XV Juegos Nacionales
Callao 2014

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Se llevaron a cabo pruebas de pista en
modalidades de caminata y carrera, con
distancias de entre 50 y 5,000 metros
A la izquierda Sergio Vega , de la regin
La Libertad, participando en
lanzamiento de Bola Suave.
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Cristina Oka Okuyama, de Lima,
diciendo Hoy vamos a ganar! antes de
su participacin en las competencias de
natacin, estilo libre y espalda.
Salto largo, categora damas, una atleta de
la regin La Libertad, dando su mejor
esfuerzo.
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Competencia de Bochas
en el estadio del Colegio
Militar Leoncio Prado,
una de las competencias
ms reidas y con mayor
nmero de participantes
en los Juegos
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Utpal Das
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Una de las participantes
en las series finales de
las pruebas de natacin,
nos regala una sonrisa.
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Rupac
Cerca del cielo
por Carlos Garca Granthon
Lima, Per
2014


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Rupac
Cerca del cielo


En las sierras del Valle de Chancay,
cerca de la ciudad de Huaral, al norte
de Lima, y por sobre los 3,400 m.s.n.m. se
ubican las ruinas de Rupac, uno de los
ltimos bastiones del reino de los Atavillos,
una cultura pre-inca que floreci en la zona
entre el 900 y 1400 D.C. hasta que fue
sometida por el imperio del Tahuantinsuyo,
durante el rgimen del inca Pachactec

De esta cultura, llama la atencin lo
particular de su arquitectura; construcciones
cbicas de hasta 10 metros de altura,
edificadas con roca fragmentada sin mayor
amalgama y que curiosamente han resistido
algunos de los mayores terremotos
registrados en la zona, como el de 1746, sin
sufrir mayor dao. Actualmente, si algn
deterioro se observa no es otro que el
producido por el vandalismo y el saqueo.

Estas edificaciones llamadas Cullpis, de
forma cbica, sin ventanas, con techos de
lajas y con slo un pequeo orificio de
acceso en su base, y que al parecer servan
de morada, almacn, cocina y sepulcro
familiar al mismo tiempo, tienen en su
interior un sinnmero de cmaras
abovedadas en diferentes niveles,
comunicadas por intrincados pasajes
subterrneos por los que slo se puede
avanzar rampando.

Es poco lo que se sabe de esta cultura;
lamentablemente la mayora de los restos
arqueolgicos de la zona, estn casi en
situacin de abandono y sufriendo un rpido
deterioro por vandalismo.


Close to the sky


In the highlands of Chancay Valley,
near Huaral city, at the north of
Lima, and 3,400 meters above sea level; are
located the ruins of Rupac, one of the last
bastions of the kingdom of the Atavillos, a
pre-inca culture that flourished in the area
from the year 900 to 1400 A.C. until it was
submitted by the empire of the
Tawantinsuyu, during the rule of the Inca
Pachacutec

From this culture, its particular architecture
is interesting; cubic buildings up to 10 meters
high, built of fragmented rock without mortar
which have curiously resisted some of the
biggest earthquakes in the area, like the one
of 1746, without suffering major damage.
Currently, if a deterioration is observed, is no
other that produced by vandalism and
looting.

These buildings called Cullpis, cubic shape,
no windows, slab ceilings with only a small
access hole in the base, and apparently
served as a dwelling, store, kitchen and
family tomb at the same time, have in their
inside a number of vaulted chambers on
different levels connected by intricate
underground passages, through which you
can only move forward on all fours.

There is little that is known from this culture;
Unfortunately most of the archeological
remains in the area, are practically
abandoned and deteriorating due to
vandalism.




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Like a fragile puzzle, these buildings of
fragmented rocks with no mortar have
resisted many big earthquakes for the
last 800 years with no significant
damage.

Construidas como un frgil
rompecabezas de roca fragmentada sin
mortero, estas edificaciones han resistido
muchos grandes terremotos en los
ltimos 800 aos sin registrar ningn
dao significativo.
Rupac, construida hace 800 aos en la
cima de la montaa para vigilar todo el
valle y adems mantener calientes los
muros de piedra con los rayos del sol.
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Vaulted and oval rooms inside of these
cubic external shaped buildings
connected by underground small tunnels.


Habitaciones ovaladas y abovedadas al
interior de estas construcciones con
diseo cbico exterior y conectadas por
pequeos y estrechos tneles
subterrneos.
Rupac, builded 800 years ago, at the top
of the mountain to watch the entire
valley and to keep warm the stonewalls
with the sunshine.
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Rupac, the decline of the Atavillos
Rupac, el ocaso de los Atavillos
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Cementerios
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Chacarita
Sombras, penas y
silencios de Buenos Aires.



La historia del cementerio de
Chacarita, y sus 95 hectreas de
extensin, que lo convierten en el
camposanto ms grande de la ciudad de
Buenos Aires, se remonta al ao 1871 y la
gran peste de fiebre amarilla que sobrepas
la capacidad de inhumacin de los
cementerios existentes. Desde entonces ha
pasado por una serie de etapas en su
historia; clausuras, traslados, ampliaciones y
remodelaciones que finalmente lo han
convertido en la necrpolis ms popular de la
ciudad.

Alberga, este cementerio, a un gran nmero
de personajes populares de la cotidianeidad
bonaerense, tales como Carlos Gardel, Luis
Sandrini y muchos otros ms.

En la zona de mausoleos, la solemnidad de
las fachadas y sus amplias calles
empedradas por las que slo transitan
sombras, penas y silencios, nos dan la
impresin de pasear por el centro financiero
de una ciudad decimonnica en un da
feriado y en la que todos sus habitantes ya
tienen las cuentas saldadas. Grandes
panteones, aqu y all, completan la
escenografa cual sedes legislativas donde la
ltima sentencia ya ha sido pronunciada;
Requiestcat in pace.


Shadows, sorrow and
silence of Buenos Aires.





The history of the Chacarita
cemetery, and its 95 hectares that
makes it the largest cemetery in the city of
Buenos Aires, goes back to 1871 and the
great plague of yellow fever which surpassed
the burial capacity of existing cemeteries.
Since then it has gone through a number of
stages in its history; closures, relocations,
expansions and renovations that eventually
turned it into the most popular necropolis of
the city.

A large number of popular characters of the
Buenos Aires daily life such as Carlos
Gardel, Luis Sandrini and many others are
buried, in this cemetery.

In the area of mausoleums, the solemnity of
the facades and spacious cobbled streets,
where only use to walk shadows, sorrow and
silence, give us the impression of walking
through the business center of a nineteenth-
century city on a holiday and in which all its
inhabitants have the balanced accounts.
Large vaults, here and there, complete the
scenery as legislative buildings in which the
last sentence has already been pronounced;
"Requiestcat in pace."







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Carlos Garca Granthon
Monumento fnebre a Carlos Gardel
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Zona de mausoleos en el
cementerio de Chacarita
The mausoleums area at
Chacarita cemetery


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Carlos Garca Granthon