Archaeologists find Argentine dance hall
Archaeologists have found the remains of the Cafe Hansen tango cafe that closed down around the early 20th century.
Argentine dig unearths tango cafe
Archaeologists in Argentina have found the remains of a famous tango cafe which operated in Buenos Aires in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Experts found the brick floor of Cafe Hansen 50cm (20ins) below the ground in the north of the city.
The cafe took its name from its first owner, Juan Hansen, and is mentioned in historical chronicles as one of the cradles of tango.
It was demolished in 1912 by order of the mayor to make way for roadworks.