Let's begin with music. Here is my favorite Christmas hymn, bar none. It is Ariel Ramirez's "Navidad in Verano," from his oratorio based on South American folk melodies. That angelic voice is the late GREAT Jose Carreras. It inspired a scene in Invisible Country, where a wounded war veteran finds his voice and sings again for the first time after suffering horrors. I suggest you log on to it and let it play in the background while you look at the pictures.
Ornaments that show the Cerro Rico and the interior of the mine.
A children's chorus
The Government Palace got up for the holidays.
A banner of celebration
Buenos AiresTwo angles of the Plaza de Mayo
Calle Florida, where I placed the dress shop that figures in Blood Tango.
PAZ A TODOS LOS HOMBRES!
Annamaria - The Monday before Christmas