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Pasaje San Lorenzo.
Pasaje San Lorenzo. Walking along Balcarce street, before arriving to Av. Independencia, you'll see the street 'San Lorenzo'. One of the interesting things to see, is the narrowest house in the neighborhood, among the street itself, which is very pleasant. Also, between San Lorenzo and Av. Independencia, in Balcarce street, you'll find the Almacen Don Manolo. For those who know Mafalda, almacen Don Manolo is where Mafalda used to go for shopping. The store in Balcarce street nº 774 is actually the one from which Quino inspired for the cartoon.
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