The tango dance started near the border of Argentina and Uruguay in the 1890s and its popularity spread across Europe and the US during the next thirty years. It’s rarely danced today, except in its birthplace on Caminito Street in the La Boca neighborhood of Argentina near Buenos Aires. Here you will see several swirling couples outside the colorful houses and narrow alleys. Even more couples are dancing in the clubs. This tango mural was found on the Descours & Cabaud building. It was constructed for a steel company in 1902 but has been abandoned for decades.