This gallery is located in the heart of the city, which is characterized by its black marble front, it has shops on the ground floor and some central shelves and floors which are distribut numerous items including high fashion, casual wear, shirts, pullovers, footwear, jewelry, bijuoterie, perfumes, gifts, handbags, etc.. Upstairs there are shops and some are tourism companies, videos, sewing workshops, graphic design workshops, passenger transport company, etc.. They also have a basement, where there was a supermarket, where we can find, deposits, copiers, and shoe shops.
This letter is for Marta Pilar. Dear Marta I have a photo of a beautiful woman taken at the Galery La Favorita, Rosario Sarmiento 846 - L. 14 - The photo was taken PA at about 1974. The woman was an exchange student at our school in Iowa, USA. I am desperately trying to locate her today. No one from our town has ever heard from her after she returned to Buenos Aires. The only info we have is that her father was a well known physician. Please, please help. The only way to find her is to have someone from Argentina help. My name is Thomas Sherwood and she and I were friends. I have photos to help. Sherwood9727@gmail.Com
Although it was built after the Angel Garcia Gallery Pedestrian Passage this continuity this was made as a cover and to diferenciate it. While it is also built in brick, local ones are larger, there are brands sold in the market covering all spectra in formal wear, casual and children's clothes. The roof is made out of a gabled and it is glazed allowing the passage of natural light. There is a restaurant called Square, which is constantly crowded. On the pavement at the height of the building there is a 848 Union Security.