JUAN O SAVIN- Streets of Buenos Aries walk Prayer- Event Orland Park 2 17 2024
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This is a short LIVE walk that Juan makes down to an area in Buenos Aries that hosts many "artistic renditions" including this Egg looking Eye. The area is full of strange art objects and monuments that are not exactly "religious". The Art installation on the header is an example. Take a walk with Juan though the plaza de tores and hear him put this together.. while he gets his SEA LEGS working out to help YOU to get your communications straight.
A new tourist attraction in Argentina — The Centro Cultural Kirchner in downtown Buenos Aires — has been posting some impressive numbers since it opened in mid-May. As many as 10,000 patrons a day are trooping through an ornate, turn-of-the-last-century building that has been converted into what's said to be the fourth-largest cultural center in the world. Remarkably, everything in it is free, from video installations to comedy acts to symphony concerts. And the Installations of monumental statues.

JUAN O SAVIN- Streets of Buenos Aries walk Prayer- Event Orland Park 2 17 2024 https://rumble.com/v4e2onu-juan-o-savin-streets-of-buenos-aries-walk-prayer-event-orland-park-2-17-202.html?mref=6zof&mc=dgip3&ep=1 This is a short LIVE walk that Juan makes down to an area in Buenos Aries that hosts many "artistic renditions" including this Egg looking Eye. The area is full of strange art objects and monuments that are not exactly "religious". The Art installation on the header is an example. Take a walk with Juan though the plaza de tores and hear him put this together.. while he gets his SEA LEGS working out to help YOU to get your communications straight. A new tourist attraction in Argentina — The Centro Cultural Kirchner in downtown Buenos Aires — has been posting some impressive numbers since it opened in mid-May. As many as 10,000 patrons a day are trooping through an ornate, turn-of-the-last-century building that has been converted into what's said to be the fourth-largest cultural center in the world. Remarkably, everything in it is free, from video installations to comedy acts to symphony concerts. And the Installations of monumental statues.
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