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Lugares emblemáticos en Buenos Aires Province

Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“The iconic and imposing Obelisco de Buenos Aires stands at the intersection of two of the city’s most important streets: Avenida 9 de Julio and Avenida Corrientes. The former is often credited as being the widest street in the world, with an incredible 16 lanes at some points, while the latter became famous as the street that never sleeps, home to Buenos Aires' main theaters and many pizzerias that open way into the early hours. It is a symbolic icon of the city, a strategic axis (three of the city's underground metro lines connect underneath the obelisk) and a beacon that is often the central focal point for sporting celebrations and political demonstrations. ”
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Plaza
“With Casa Rosada on one side, it was formed in 1884, the oldest public square in BA with a history of the city's most important events such as the Independence Revolution. Visit nearby stunning, iconic & touristy Cafe Tortoni.”
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Government Building
“Dominating the Plaza de Mayo, the Casa Rosada - or pink house - is the seat of the Argentine national government and houses the president's office. Witness to much of the city's history, it was from the balconies of the Casa Rosada that Juan and “Evita” Perón addressed the masses during the late 1940s and early 1950s. The Casa Rosada was constructed on the site of a fort established by the Spanish in 1580 and used by the Spanish colonial viceroys. After independence, the fort was redeveloped into a customs house by British architect Edward Taylor, and later, in 1862, the building was chosen by President Bartolomé Mitre to be the seat of his government. His successor Domingo Faustino Sarmiento later expanded the building and is believed to have ordered it to be painted pink in an attempt to diffuse political tensions by mixing the colours of the opposing political parties (the Federals used red, while the Unitarians used white). Another popular explanation for the building's distinctive colour is that it was at one painted with cows' blood as an alternative to paint because paint pealed in the humidity. The central archway was designed by Italian architect Francisco Tamburini, who was also responsible for the original design of the Colón Theatre, and was completed in 1890. ”
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Librería
“Beatiful library built on the old Grand Splendid theater in the Recoleta neighborhood.”
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Plaza
“Plaza Dorrego is the historic square in the heart of the San Telmo neighbourhood, surrounded by bars and cafes. Every Sunday, the square is the focal point for a bustling arts and antiques fair that has something of a carnival atmosphere. Almost 300 antiques sellers set up shop in the square and along Calle Defensa, offering a mix of old furnishings and ornaments - some that belonged to the historic mansions in the area - plus old advertising signs, vinyl records, soda siphons, musical instruments, clocks and more. The fair has become such a success that stalls now extend around the surrounding streets, in Calle Defensa, Humberto Primo and part of Pasaje Giuffra. Most of the stalls in Plaza Dorrego itself sell antiques, while those in Calle Defensa sell more contemporary crafts and oddities and in Pasaje Giuffra you can also find clothing. Several restaurants in the area have tables on the street, while historic bars sometimes offer shows, artists open their ateliers and the streets have a lively atmosphere, with tango, organ players, mime artists, clowns, and more”
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Building
“Palacio Barolo is a very famous building, with a lovely view of Buenos Aires.”
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Capitol Building
“"Meano's project is written absolutely in architectural foundation that recognizes as three central ideas: The academicism, the eclecticism and classicism. This tripartite condition confirms it as a w”
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Library
“The beautiful building will surprise you for its 70's brutalist architecture ”
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Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“If you are visiting Buenos Aires you need to check out this monument, strategically located at the intersection of two of the most important avenues: 9th of July, among the widest in the world, and Av. Corrientes, one of the main cultural points of the city.”
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Iglesia
“With its neo-Gothic cathedral looking up to God . At least that was the feeling of the time. The Cathedral is considered a valuable example of religious architecture.”
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Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“The construction of this church started by the end of 1734, designed by the Jesuit architect and monk Andrés Blanqui and the intervention of his partners Juan Bautista Primoli and José Schmidt.”
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Government Building
“Address: Plaza de Mayo. Telephone: +54 11 444 3802. Monday to Sunday, 11am to 7pm.”
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Sitio histórico
“In colonial times, the Manzana de las Luces was Buenos Aires’ most important center of culture and learning and today the block still symbolizes education and enlightenment. Two of the five original buildings remain; Jesuit defensive tunnels were discovered in 1912. Tours in Spanish (AR$50) are given at 3pm daily and also at 4:30pm and 6pm at weekends, but you can go inside and see the main patio area for free.”
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Iglesia
“La Basílica de Nuestra Señora de Luján, Imponente monumento de fe, característico del siglo XIII y uno de los más importantes casos del estilo neogótico de Argentina, es considerado el Santuario Nacional de Argentina. Tiene una longitud de 104 m y su ancho es de 68,5 m en el crucero y de 42 m en el frente.1​2​ Posee dos torres de 106 m de altura,2​ con una gran cruz en cada una.”
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Sitio histórico
“The Cabildo de Buenos Aires was the site of Spain's colonial administration in the city. The building now houses the National Museum of the Cabildo and the May Revolution, and displays original artefacts and documents as well as interactive exhibits on the Spanish colonial era, the British invasions of 1806 and 1807, and the early days of independence. The museum was renovated in 2016, and now includes access to the former jail and more historic documents.”
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Plaza
“Plaza emblemática, con gran monumento realizado en el primer centenario de la Revolución de Mayo. Además cuenta con una de las pocas copias originales del pensador de Rodin. Espacio verde donde el pueblo supo y sabe manifestarse, aunque no se lo respete, ni escuche.”
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