Take a Look at the Pope's Humble Abode in Buenos Aires

In this picture taken March 3, 2013, Argentinas cardinal Jorge Bergoglio drinks "mate," a traditional local beverage, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

By now Pope Francis' humble lifestyle is widely known—he prefers public transportation over limos, he pays his own bills and he apparently avoids fancy meals. And when he became archbishop of Buenos Aires in 1998, he ditched the palace he was entitled to, for a small downtown apartment.

Univision's Tifani Roberts traveled to Buenos Aires to find out for herself how the archbishop's palace and Pope Francis' apartment fare up.

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