El Faro del Fin del Mundo

So crammed with antique maps, prints, signs, and books is this dimly lit shop that only one person at a time can safely navigate the space. There's something endearing about it—and about the grandfatherly attentiveness of proprietor Roberto Di Giorgio as you peruse his goods. We were most taken with the 19th-century lithographs of bustle-skirted courtesans and majestic clipper ships battling rough seas (expect to pay upward of $100 per print).
Libertad 1240, Loc 20, 4816-2920

Products: Books/Stationery
Type of Store: Boutique

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