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Explore interesting sights in Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina.Sightseeing Tours in Autonomous City of Buenos Aires
1. Museo de Esculturas Luis Perlotti
The Luis Perlotti Sculpture Museum is an art museum located on Pujol 644, Barrio de Caballito, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. He has his name in tribute to the Argentine sculptor Luis Perlotti. Its mission is to preserve, disseminate and promote the production and reception of Argentine sculpture in general, and the homonymous artist in particular. Its heritage includes more than 1600 pieces, between drawings, paintings, engravings, murals and varied sculptural genres: wood sizes, marble and bronze sculptures, ceramics and reconstituted stone. Among them, the production of Perlotti stands out, characterized by its Americanist theme, works by great masters of national sculpture and two murals of the painter Benito Quinquela Martín. In addition, it has the donation of artists such as Lidia Battisti, Juan Carlos Ferraro, and Alfredo Yacussi.
2. Parque Rivadavia
Rivadavia Park, originally known as Plaza Lezica because it was part of the Quinta Lezica, is a green public space that occupies an area of six hectares, located between Rivadavia Avenue and Doblas, Chaco, Rosario and Beauchef streets in the Caballito neighborhood of the city of Buenos Aires, which was created by Ordinance No. 2702 of the Municipality of the City of Buenos Aires. from July 10, 1928. Its designers were Carlos León Thays Jr. and Francisco Lavecchia.
3. Plaza Doctor Amadeo Sabattini
The Amadeo Sabattini Square is a green space located in the Caballito neighborhood of Buenos Aires, at the intersection of Colpayo Streets and Felipe Vallese. It has an area of about 4250 m² and the particularity of extending to both sides of Felipe Vallese Street, with a rectangular shape that occupies approximately one quarter of the respective apples.
4. Plaza Primera Junta
The First Board Plaza is a square in the Caballito neighborhood, Buenos Aires. It works as a combination node between the homonym of the Underground, several collective lines and the Caballito de la Línea Sarmiento station, and is also a commercial area of such importance, that the entire surrounding area is known as the First Board.
5. Plaza Giordano Bruno
The Giordano Bruno Square is a green space located in the Caballito neighborhood of the City of Buenos Aires, between the roads of the Sarmiento Railway and the Red streets, Giordano Bruno, Neuquén, Parral and Bacacay. The vertex of the square between Parral and Giordano Bruno marks the origin of Honorio Pueyrredón Avenue.
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