RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The housing shortage in Argentina is not a problem of this era. Millions of people today have great problems to have access to decent housing, but 100 years ago something similar happened, when cities did not have the current dimensions and the State had to appear to provide a roof over their heads. Thus, different slums arose in the city of Buenos Aires, each with its own particularities, which are still alive and function as bubbles within a larger neighborhood.
Las Mil Casitas de Liniers emerged in this way. It was built near the General Paz . . .