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Buenos Aires has a flourishing book industry, one of the most competitive in Latin America, owing to the amount of books published every year as well as to the quality of the publications. That is why Buenos Aires is one of the cities concentrating more bookstores.

Corrientes, Santa Fe or Juramento avenues and the shopping malls hold important bookstores offering the latest editions and plenty of material of tourist interest: photography books and tango deluxe editions.

For rare volumes, first editions, antiquarian or sold-out books, manuscripts and foreign language books you should go to the bookstores on Avenida de Mayo, the new circuit of San Telmo and the old bookstores on Corrientes avenue, between Callao and 9 de Julio avenues.

For those who prefer to get low-cost, second-hand, and rare books, the book fairs- mainly Parque Centenario, Parque Rivadavia, Plaza Lavalle, and Plaza Italia- are an excellent option to find interesting reads.
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