1. Buenos Aires is classified as an alpha global city, according to the Globalization and World Cities Research Network 2020 ranking.
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4. The quality of life in Buenos Aires was ranked 91st in the world in 2018, being one of the best in Latin America.
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7. Buenos Aires dubbed the settlement "Santisima Trinidad" and its port became "Puerto de Santa Maria de los Buenos Aires.
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11. Buenos Aires attracted migrants from Argentina's provinces and neighboring countries.
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14. Guardia Urbana de Buenos Aires was a specialized civilian force of the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, that used to deal with different urban conflicts with the objective of developing actions of prevention, dissuasion and mediation, promoting effective behaviors that guarantee the security and the integrity of public order and social coexistence.
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17. At the beginning of the twentieth century, Buenos Aires was the second-largest Catholic city in the world after Paris.
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21. Finance in Buenos Aires is especially important to Argentina's banking system, accounting for nearly half the nation's bank deposits and lending.
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26. The Centro Cultural Kirchner, located in Buenos Aires, is the largest cultural center of Latin America, and the third worldwide.
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27. Buenos Aires is one of the most prolific book publishers in Latin America and has more bookstores per capita than any other major city in the world.
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28. Buenos Aires was designated as the World Book Capital for the year 2011 by UNESCO.
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30. In 2005, Buenos Aires was appointed as the first UNESCO City of Design, and received this title in 2007.
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