54 Sights in Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 54 sights are available in Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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1. Museo de Esculturas Luis Perlotti

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The Luis Perlotti Sculpture Museum is an art museum located in Calle Pujol 644, Cabalito Community, a borough with good air. Its name honors the Argentine sculptor Luis Perlotti. Its mission is to protect, disseminate and promote the production and acceptance of Argentine sculptures, especially artists of the same name. Its heritage includes more than 1,600 works, including paintings, paintings, prints, frescoes and various sculpture types: wood carvings, marble and bronze sculptures, ceramics and reconstructed Stone. They include works by Perlotti, which features its Americanism theme, works by national sculpture masters and two murals by the painter Benito Quinquela Mart í n. In addition, artists such as lidia battisti, carlos ferrares and alfredo yacussi were donated.

Wikipedia: Museo de Esculturas Luis Perlotti (ES)

2. Andrés Guacurarí y Artigas

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Andrés Guacurarí, Andrés Guasurarí or Andrés Guaçurarí y Artigas, known as Comandante Andresito, was a Guarani military and missionary leader. He was one of the first federal warlords of the United Provinces of the Río de la Plata. Of Guarani origin, he ruled between 1815 and 1819 the Grande de las Misiones Province, of which the current homonymous Argentine province is only a remnant. He was one of the most faithful collaborators of the general of the Banda Oriental José Gervasio Artigas, who sponsored him and adopted him as a son; allowing him to sign as Andrés Artigas.

Wikipedia: Andresito Guazurarí (ES)

3. Plaza Francia

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Plaza Francia Gobierno de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires / CC BY 2.5 ar

Plaza Francia is a public square in the barrio of Recoleta in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The nearby Plaza Intendente Alvear is commonly but mistakenly known by the same name. It was created by a Municipal Ordinance on October 19, 1909, as part of the changes introduced in the urban landscape on the occasion of the Argentina Centennial. Designed by French landscape architecture Carlos Thays, it is part of a broad set of squares including Plaza Intendente Alvear, Plaza San Martín de Tours, Plaza Juan XXIII, Plaza Ramón J. Cárcano, Plaza Dante and Plaza Rubén Darío, among others.

Wikipedia: Plaza Francia, Buenos Aires (EN)

4. Casa Rosada

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Casa Rosada Lars Curfs (Grashoofd) / CC BY-SA 3.0 nl

The Casa Rosada is the office of the president of Argentina. The palatial mansion is known officially as Casa de Gobierno. Normally, the president lives at the Quinta de Olivos, the official residence of the president of Argentina, which is located in Olivos, Greater Buenos Aires. The characteristic color of the Casa Rosada is baby pink, and is considered one of the most emblematic buildings in Buenos Aires. The building also houses a museum, which contains objects relating to former presidents of Argentina. It has been declared a National Historic Monument of Argentina.

Wikipedia: Casa Rosada (EN)

5. Juan de Garay

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Juan de Garay Unknown authorUnknown author / Public domain

Juan de Garay (1528–1583) was a Spanish conquistador. Garay's birthplace is disputed. Some say it was in the Castile city of Junta de Villalba de Losa, while others argue he was born in the area of Orduña. There's no birth certification whatsoever, though Juan De Garay regarded himself as somebody from Biscay. He served under the Crown of Castille, in the Viceroyalty of Peru. He was governor of Asunción and founded a number of cities in present-day Argentina, many near the Paraná River area, including the second foundation of Buenos Aires, in 1580.

Wikipedia: Juan de Garay (EN)

6. Plaza Fray Mocho

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Plaza Fray Mocho DesconocidoUnknown author / Public domain

The Plaza Fray Mocho was a green space in the Retiro neighborhood of the City of Buenos Aires located on Santa Fe Avenue between Carlos Pellegrini and Cerrito streets. Formed from the union of unoccupied lots, it occupied just under half a block, with exit to Carlos Pellegrini and, through a passage, to Arenales Street. The layout of the square was that of a large oval landing. It disappeared between 1973 and 1976, with the extension to the north of Avenida Nueve de Julio, which meant the demolition of an entire strip of the Socorro neighborhood.

Wikipedia: Plaza Fray Mocho (Retiro) (ES)

7. Museo Casa de Ricardo Rojas

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In 1927, Ricardo Rojas commissioned the architect Angel Guido to build his house, giving way to the meeting between the two protagonists of the national culture. Rojas asked for the building to be based on his book Eurindia, which offers a new interpretation of American history. Puddles' house, which dates back to 2837, looks very similar to Tucum á n's and was the writer's home from 1929 to 1957. It currently belongs to the state in response to Rojas' own request to turn the house into a museum after the deaths of him and his wife.

Wikipedia: Casa de Ricardo Rojas (ES)

8. Pirámide de Mayo

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Pirámide de Mayo Bruno Girin / Public domain

The Pirámide de Mayo, located at the hub of the Plaza de Mayo, is the oldest national monument in the City of Buenos Aires. Its construction was ordered in 1811 by the Primera Junta to celebrate the first anniversary of the May Revolution. It was renovated in 1856, under the direction of Prilidiano Pueyrredón. In 1912, after having undergone many modifications, it was moved 63 metres to the east, with the idea that a much larger monument would eventually be constructed around it.

Wikipedia: Pirámide de Mayo (EN)

9. José de San Martín

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José de San Martín / Public domain

José Francisco de San Martín y Matorras, known simply as José de San Martín or the Liberator of Argentina, Chile and Peru, was an Argentine general and the primary leader of the southern and central parts of South America's successful struggle for independence from the Spanish Empire who served as the Protector of Peru. Born in Yapeyú, Corrientes, in modern-day Argentina, he left the Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata at the early age of seven to study in Málaga, Spain.

Wikipedia: José de San Martín (EN)

10. Loba romana

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Loba romana
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The Capitoline Wolf is a bronze sculpture depicting a scene from the legend of the founding of Rome. The sculpture shows a she-wolf suckling the mythical twin founders of Rome, Romulus and Remus. According to the legend, when King Numitor, grandfather of the twins, was overthrown by his brother Amulius in Alba Longa, the usurper ordered them to be cast into the Tiber River. They were rescued by a she-wolf that cared for them until a herdsman, Faustulus, found and raised them.

Wikipedia: Capitoline Wolf (EN)

11. Alferez José María Sobral

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Alferez José María Sobral Alfred Dahlgren, 1861-1908 / Public domain

Alférez de Navío José María Sobral was an Argentine explorer, geologist, naval officer and author who rose to prominence by participating in the Swedish Antarctic Expedition (1901–1904) becoming the first Argentine to overwinter in Antarctica. Later he pursued studies at Uppsala University becoming the first Argentine to obtain a geology degree. Sobral worked briefly as ambassador to Norway in 1930 before returning to Argentina to work at YPF.

Wikipedia: José María Sobral (EN)

12. Los primeros fríos

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Los primeros fríos Primitivojumento / Public domain

The first cold was the monochrome sculpture of Miguel Bligh's fables, which included several versions, at least one carved in white marble and the other in bronze, and was first exhibited at the National Madrid Fine Arts Exhibition in 1892. Through this blue work, he broke the traditional realistic language retained in 19th century sculpture. Marble versions can be found in Barcelona's mnac, while bronze sculptures can be found in regional museums.

Wikipedia: Los primeros fríos (ES)

13. Estatua de Ana Frank

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Estatua de Ana Frank Unknown photographer / Public domain

Annelies Marie "Anne" Frank was a German-Dutch diarist of Jewish heritage. One of the most-discussed Jewish victims of the Holocaust, she gained fame posthumously with the 1947 publication of The Diary of a Young Girl, in which she documents her life in hiding from 1942 to 1944, during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War II. It is one of the world's best-known books and has been the basis for several plays and films.

Wikipedia: Anne Frank (EN)

14. Museo Casa Rosada

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Museo Casa Rosada Museo del Bicentenario / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Bicentennial Museum, an Argentine museum located in the old gallery of Taylor Customs in Buenos Aires, was inaugurated on 24 May 2011. As an attachment to the Pink House, there are on display some 10,000 historical works belonging to many presidents of the Argentine Republic, originally from the collection of the Pink House Presidential Museum. It was inaugurated in 2011 under Christina Kirchner's presidency.

Wikipedia: Museo Casa Rosada (ES)

15. Antigua Sede del Congreso Nacional

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Antigua Sede del Congreso Nacional DesconocidoUnknown author / Public domain

The old National Assembly, the first seat in Argentina's National Assembly, was opened by President Bartolom é mitre in 1864 and closed in 1905, when the session was transferred to what is now the House of Congress. Located in the Plaza de Mayo, at the corner of what is now Balcarce and the hypocritical streets of yrigoyen, it is only a few metres from the Pink House, where the executive power is based.

Wikipedia: Antiguo Congreso Nacional (Argentina) (ES)

16. Museo del Humor

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Museo del Humor Claudio Elias / Public domain

The Good Air Museum Center is home to the General Administration of Good Air City Museums, which has been renamed the General Administration of Heritage, Museums and Historical Centers since 2016. Since 2002, it has occupied the old building of the Munich Brewery, the work of Hungarian architect Andr é sk á lnay, built in 1927 just meters from the southern coast of what is now the timber port area.

Wikipedia: Edificio de la Cervecería Munich (ES)

17. El Pensador

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The Thinker is a bronze sculpture by Auguste Rodin, usually placed on a stone pedestal. The work depicts a nude male figure of heroic size sitting on a rock. He is seen leaning over, his right elbow placed on his left thigh, holding the weight of his chin on the back of his right hand. The pose is one of deep thought and contemplation, and the statue is often used as an image to represent philosophy.

Wikipedia: The Thinker (EN)

18. Museo Sitio de Memoria ESMA

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Museo Sitio de Memoria ESMA Camilo Del Cerro / CC BY-SA 4.0

The ESMA Memory Site Museum is a site museum located in the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, in the property called Space for Memory and for the Promotion and Defense of Human Rights, where the School of Mechanics of the Navy previously operated, a place that during the last civic-military dictatorship was one of the clandestine detention centers, the greatest torture and extermination in Argentina.

Wikipedia: Museo Sitio de Memoria ESMA (ES)

19. Parque Rivadavia

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Competitor's Park, originally known as Lezica Square because it is part of the fifth Lezica, is a 6-hectare green public space between Competitor Avenue and the streets of Bend, Chaco, Rosary and Beauchef in Buenos Aires' Ma district, which was created by Decree No. 2702 of the city government of Buenos Aires on July 10, 1928. Its designers are Carlos Lion Thays (h) and Francisco Lavecchia.

Wikipedia: Parque Rivadavia (ES)

20. La toma del '59

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La toma del '59 DesconocidoUnknown author / Public domain

The tower's Lisandro Refrigerator is a state-owned beef company founded in 1923, located near the slaughterhouse, founded by then-President marcelo torcuato de alvear as a municipal company in Buenos Aires and opened in 1930 during the administration of jos é luiscantilo. It was created to end the management of the partial existence of refrigerators in Britain and the United States.

Wikipedia: Frigorífico Lisandro de la Torre (ES)

21. Palacio de Gobierno de la Ciudad

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Palacio de Gobierno de la Ciudad Elsapucai / Public domain

Buenos Aires City Hall was, until 2015, the seat of the Office of the Chief of Government of Buenos Aires, the capital city of Argentina. From its construction in 1914 to the reformation of the city's constitution in 1996, the building was the seat of the City Municipality. It faces the Plaza de Mayo, across from the Casa Rosada presidential palace, in the barrio of Monserrat.

Wikipedia: Buenos Aires City Hall (EN)

22. Alfonso Daniel Manuel Rodríguez Castelao

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Alfonso Daniel Manuel Rodríguez Castelao Unknown authorUnknown author / Public domain

Alfonso Daniel Manuel Rodríguez Castelao, commonly known as Castelao, was a Spanish politician, writer, painter and doctor. He is one of the fathers of Galician nationalism, promoting Galician identity and culture, and was one of the main names behind the cultural movement Xeración Nós. He was also one of the founders and president of the Galicianist Party.

Wikipedia: Alfonso Daniel Rodríguez Castelao (EN)

23. Catedral Metropolitana

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The Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral is the main Catholic church in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is located in the city center, overlooking Plaza de Mayo, on the corner of San Martín and Rivadavia streets, in the San Nicolás neighbourhood. It is the mother church of the Archdiocese of Buenos Aires and the primatial church of Argentina.

Wikipedia: Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral (EN)

24. Saturnalia

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Saturnalia is the name of a sculptural group made of patinated bronze that represents the homonymous festivity that was practiced in ancient Rome and ended with the realization of and people getting drunk. The work, made in 1900, is by the Italian Ernesto Biondi and received contrary criticism due to the theme that was represented in it.

Wikipedia: Saturnalia (escultura) (ES)

25. Plaza Italia

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Plaza Italia is a small park in the city of Buenos Aires in the barrio of Palermo on the confluence of Santa Fe Avenue and Avenida Sarmiento. Next to the plaza are the main entrances to the Zoo and the Botanical Gardens, and the la Rural Expo Center. The area is very busy with traffic, as it is a public transportation hub for the city.

Wikipedia: Plaza Italia, Buenos Aires (EN)

26. Plaza Primera Junta

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Plaza Primera Junta is a small square in the neighborhood of Caballito, Buenos Aires. It functions as a combination node between the homonymous subway station, several bus lines and the Caballito station of the Sarmiento Line, and is also a commercial area of such importance, that the entire surrounding area is known as Primera Junta.

Wikipedia: Plaza Primera Junta (ES)

27. Espacio Memoria y Derechos Humanos

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Espacio Memoria y Derechos Humanos ownwork / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Space for Commemorating and Promoting and Defending Human Rights is the name of the well-known Good Air City since 2004, and the Naval Mechanics Academy was in operation until 1998. Used as one of the main secret detention centers by the last military-civilian dictatorship that ruled Argentina from 1976 to 1983.

Wikipedia: Espacio Memoria y Derechos Humanos (ES)

28. Plaza de las Armas Ejército Argentino

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Plaza de las Armas Ejército Argentino Unknown / Public domain

The Argentine Army is the land force branch of the Armed Forces of the Argentine Republic and the senior military service of Argentina. Under the Argentine Constitution, the president of Argentina is the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces, exercising his or her command authority through the Minister of Defense.

Wikipedia: Argentine Army (EN)

29. Cantero Ciudad de Salamanca

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Salamanca is a city in western Spain and is the capital of the Province of Salamanca in the autonomous community of Castile and León. The city lies on several rolling hills by the Tormes River. Its Old City was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988. As of 2018, the municipality has a population of 143,978.

Wikipedia: Salamanca (EN)

30. Museo del Holocausto

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The Holocaust Museum of Buenos Aires is intended to keep alive the memory of the Shoah and disseminate what happened during the genocide of the Jewish people to Argentine society, collecting an extensive archive of documents and personal objects donated by those who suffered persecution and immigrated from Europe.

Wikipedia: Museo del Holocausto (Buenos Aires) (ES)

31. Plaza Giordano Bruno

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Plaza Giordano Bruno Square is a green space located in the city's Ma district with good air, between the railway line Sarmiento and the Red Street, Giordano Bruno, Neuqu é n, Parral and Bacacay. The apex of the square between Parral and Giordano Bruno marks the origin of Avenida Honoriopuyrred ó n.

Wikipedia: Plaza Giordano Bruno (ES)

32. Teatro General San Martín

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Teatro General San Martín En.planicie (photo)
Mario Roberto Álvarez (1913–2011) (building) / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Teatro General San Martín is an important public theater in Buenos Aires, located on Corrientes Avenue and adjacent to the cultural center of the same name. It is one of the major theaters in Argentina and offers venues for the representation of stage works and film, as well as art exhibitions.

Wikipedia: Teatro General San Martín (EN)

33. Faena Arts Center

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Faena Arts Center Gobierno de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires / CC BY 2.5 ar

Faena Art Center is the cultural center of the Faena District Buenos Aires, a residential and cultural community in the Puerto Madero waterfront in Buenos Aires developed by the Faena Group and opened in September 2011. Alan Faena founded the center. Ximena Caminos is the Executive Director.

Wikipedia: Faena Arts Center (EN)

34. Plazoleta San Francisco

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Assisi St. Francis Cathedral and Abbey is a Catholic church located at 380 Alsina Street in the historic center of Buenos Aires (Argentina) near Montserrat. It belongs to the Order of the Franciscans, who were the first to acquire land in the settlement established by Juan de Garay in 1580.

Wikipedia: Basílica de San Francisco (Buenos Aires) (ES)

35. Francisco Pascasio Moreno

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Francisco Pascasio Moreno Malena Blanco. Photo file from the museum “Juan B. Ambrossetti”. / Public domain

Francisco Pascasio Moreno was a prominent explorer and academic in Argentina, where he is usually referred to as Perito Moreno. Perito Moreno has been credited as one of the most influential figures in the Argentine incorporation of large parts of Patagonia and its subsequent development.

Wikipedia: Francisco Moreno (EN)

36. Museo Malvinas e Islas del Atlántico Sur

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The Malvinas and Islands of the South Atlantic Museum was created in June 2014 by the Argentine government and operates on the property that belonged to the School of Mechanics of the Navy, in Buenos Aires, since June 10. The museum depends on the Ministry of Culture of the Nation.

Wikipedia: Museo Malvinas e Islas del Atlántico Sur (ES)

37. Confitería El Molino

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Confitería El Molino Gelpgim22 (Sergio Panei Pitrau) / CC BY 3.0

The Confitería del Molino is an historical Art Nouveau style confitería (coffeehouse) in Buenos Aires, Argentina, located in front of the Palace of the National Congress and the Congressional Plaza, on the intersection of Callao and Rivadavia avenues in the barrio of Balvanera.

Wikipedia: Confitería del Molino (EN)

38. Tecnópolis

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Tecnópolis tecnopolis.ar / Public domain

Technopolis is a science, technology, industry and art mega exhibition in Argentina. It is the largest of its kind in the country. Located in Villa Martelli, in the Vicente Lopez division, Tecnopolis was inaugurated on July 14, 2011, by President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner.

Wikipedia: Tecnópolis (EN)

39. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes

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The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes is an Argentine art museum in Buenos Aires, located in the Recoleta section of the city. The Museum inaugurated a branch in Neuquén in 2004. The museum hosts works by Goya, Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Rodin, Manet and Chagall among other artists.

Wikipedia: Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (Buenos Aires) (EN)

40. Buque Museo Fragata A.R.A. 'Presidente Sarmiento'

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ARA Presidente Sarmiento is a museum ship in Argentina, originally built as a training ship for the Argentine Navy and named after Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, the seventh President of Argentina. She is considered to be the last intact cruising training ship from the 1890s.

Wikipedia: ARA Presidente Sarmiento (EN)

41. Monumento ecuestre al General Manuel Belgrano

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Monumento ecuestre al General Manuel Belgrano Louis-Robert Carrier-Belleuse (1848-1913) Photo by w:es:Usuario:Barcex. / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Equestrian monument to General Manuel Belgrano is a landmark of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is located at Plaza de Mayo, in front of the Casa Rosada. It depicts General Manuel Belgrano holding the Flag of Argentina, and it is made of bronze over a pedestal of granite.

Wikipedia: Equestrian monument to General Manuel Belgrano (EN)

42. Plazoleta Maestro Quinquela Martín

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Plazoleta Maestro Quinquela Martín Unknown authorUnknown author / Public domain

Benito Quinquela Martín was an Argentine painter. Quinquela Martín is considered the port painter-par-excellence and one of the most popular Argentine painters. His paintings of port scenes show the activity, vigor and roughness of the daily life in the port of La Boca.

Wikipedia: Benito Quinquela Martín (EN)

43. Revolución de 1956

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Revolución de 1956 DesconocidoUnknown author / Public domain

The Valle Uprising was a Peronist civic-military action led by Major General Juan José Valle on June 9, 1956, in order to overthrow the dictatorship calling itself the Liberating Revolution. The uprising integrates the broader process known as the Peronist Resistance.

Wikipedia: Levantamiento de Valle (ES)

44. Patio de las Palmeras

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Patio de las Palmeras DesconocidoUnknown author / Public domain

The building of the central department of the Argentine Federal Police is the headquarters of the police force, located in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is regarded as a national historical monument by the National Committee of Monuments, Sites and Historical Property.

Wikipedia: Departamento Central de la Policía Federal Argentina (edificio) (ES)

45. Jardín Botánico Carlos Thays

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Jardín Botánico Carlos Thays Arcibel / Public domain

The Buenos Aires Botanical Garden is a botanical garden located in the Palermo neighborhood of Buenos Aires in Argentina. The garden is triangular in shape, and is bounded by Santa Fe Avenue, Las Heras Avenue and República Árabe Siria Street.

Wikipedia: Buenos Aires Botanical Garden (EN)

46. Plazoleta Ernesto Padilla

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Plazoleta Ernesto Padilla DesconocidoUnknown author / Public domain

Nesto eudoro padilla is an Argentine lawyer and politician who served four terms as state representative, governor of the province of Tucum á n (1913-1917) and minister of justice and public education for the Argentine state in 1930 and 1931.

Wikipedia: Ernesto Padilla (ES)

47. Cabildo de Buenos Aires

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Cabildo de Buenos Aires Rcidte / Public domain

The Cabildo of Buenos Aires is the public building in Buenos Aires that was used as seat of the town council during the colonial era and the government house of the Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata. Today the building is used as a museum.

Wikipedia: Cabildo of Buenos Aires (EN)

48. Plazoleta Doctor Presbitero Antonio Saenz

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Plazoleta Doctor Presbitero Antonio Saenz / Public domain

Antonio Sáenz was an Argentine statesman, educator and cleric. He was a representative to the Congress of Tucumán of July 9, 1816, which declared the Independence of Argentina. He was the first rector of the University of Buenos Aires.

Wikipedia: Antonio Sáenz (EN)

49. Monumento a El Cid Campeador

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The monument to the Cid Campeador, dedicated to Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, a Castilian nobleman and warrior of the eleventh century, better known as the Cid Campeador, is located in the Caballito neighborhood of the City of Buenos Aires.

Wikipedia: Cid Campeador (Buenos Aires) (ES)

50. Plaza Intendente Alvear

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Plaza Intendente Alvear No machine-readable author provided. Galio assumed (based on copyright claims). / Public domain

Plaza Intendente Alvear is a public space in Recoleta, Buenos Aires. It is commonly but mistakenly known as Plaza Francia, as the actual Plaza Francia is located at its side. It faces the Recoleta Cemetery and the cultural center.

Wikipedia: Plaza Intendente Alvear (EN)

51. Centro Cultural Kirchner

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The Buenos Aires Central Post Office building, now the Néstor Kirchner Cultural Centre, was the seat of the Correo Argentino until 2005. It is located in the San Nicolás, Buenos Aires neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Wikipedia: Buenos Aires Central Post Office (EN)

52. Monumento a España

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The Monument to Spain, inaugurated in 1936, is located in the neighborhood of Puerto Madero, city of Buenos Aires and was made as a tribute that the Argentine Nation gave to Spain, as a symbol of the union of the two peoples.

Wikipedia: Monumento a España (Buenos Aires) (ES)

53. Teatro Presidente Alvear

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The Presidente Alvear Theater is located in the San Nicolás neighborhood of the City of Buenos Aires, precisely on Corrientes Avenue 1659, and is one of the theaters dependent on the Ministry of Culture of that city.

Wikipedia: Teatro Alvear (ES)

54. Kilómetro Cero

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Zero km is a huge rock, symbolizing the starting point of Argentina's road network. It sits in the fine air of brown Marianne Place, rather than the adjacent Capitol Square, as people mistakenly believe.

Wikipedia: Argentina km 0 (ES)

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