<p>Doppelganger: A musician plays his bandoneón—a featured instrument in Buenos Aires's tango music—under the watchful gaze of a lookalike marionette in the funky Caminito neighborhood.</p> <p>Read more in "Authentic Buenos Aires" from the March 2010 issue of <i>National Geographic Traveler</i>.</p>

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Doppelganger: A musician plays his bandoneón—a featured instrument in Buenos Aires's tango music—under the watchful gaze of a lookalike marionette in the funky Caminito neighborhood.

Read more in "Authentic Buenos Aires" from the March 2010 issue of National Geographic Traveler.

Photograph by Bob Krist

Buenos Aires, Argentina

See photos of Buenos Aires, Argentina in this travel photo gallery from National Geographic.

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