8 Sights in Buenos Aires, Argentina (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in 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 8 sights are available in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Sightseeing Tours in Buenos Aires

1. Plaza Carlos Jáuregui

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Plaza Carlos Jáuregui

Carlos Jáuregui was an Argentine LGBT rights activist. He founded La Comunidad Homosexual Argentina in 1984. In the early 1990s, he set up Gays por los Derechos Civiles and organised the first Pride march in Buenos Aires. He died from an HIV-AIDS-related illness at the age of 38. In memorial, a national day of activism for sexual diversity was established. He was posthumously given the Felipa de Souza Award, and, in 2017, a station was renamed after him on the Buenos Aires Underground.

Wikipedia: Carlos Jáuregui (activist) (EN)

2. Parque Rivadavia

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Rivadavia Park, originally known as Plaza Lezica for having been 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 (h) and Francisco Lavecchia.

Wikipedia: Parque Rivadavia (ES)

3. Asociación Argentina Amigos de la Astronomía

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Asociación Argentina Amigos de la Astronomía

Asociación Argentina Amigos de la Astronomía is an amateur astronomy civil association based on Buenos Aires, Argentina, with the aim of spreading astronomy. It was founded on January 4, 1929 and its field courses are held on related subjects, research in collaboration with professional bodies and printed publications or multimedia, and recreational activities for the general public. The main-belt asteroid 4756 Asaramas was named in honor of the observatory.

Wikipedia: Asociación Argentina Amigos de la Astronomía (EN), Website

4. Plazoleta Federico Froebel

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Plazoleta Federico Froebel

Friedrich Wilhelm August Fröbel or Froebel was a German pedagogue, a student of Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi, who laid the foundation for modern education based on the recognition that children have unique needs and capabilities. He created the concept of the kindergarten and coined the word, which soon entered the English language as well. He also developed the educational toys known as Froebel gifts.

Wikipedia: Friedrich Fröbel (EN)

5. Plaza Garay

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Plaza Garay

Plaza Garay is a public green space located in the neighborhood of Constitución, Buenos Aires. It is one of the oldest in Buenos Aires, known in colonial times as Hueco de los Sauces, and was formerly crossed by the Tercero del Sud stream. It is located between Pavón, Solís, Presidente Luis Sáenz Peña streets and Juan de Garay Avenue, within Comuna 1.

Wikipedia: Plaza Garay (ES)

6. Al Ahmad Mosque

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The Al Ahmad Mosque is an Islamic place of worship in Buenos Aires, Argentina, opened in 1985. It is the second oldest mosque in Buenos Aires but it is the oldest building with Islamic architecture in Argentina and it was designed by Ahmed and Elia Ham.

Wikipedia: Al Ahmad Mosque (EN)

7. Plazoleta Maria Antonia de Paz y Figueroa

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Plazoleta Maria Antonia de Paz y Figueroa

María Antonia de Paz y Figueroa, religious name María Antonia of Saint Joseph, was an Argentinian Roman Catholic religious sister who later established the Daughters of the Divine Savior. She later became known as "Mama Antula".

Wikipedia: María Antonia de Paz y Figueroa (EN)

8. Plaza Lola Mora

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Plaza Lola Mora

Dolores Candelaria Mora Vega known professionally as Lola Mora, was a sculptor born in San Miguel de Tucumán, in Argentina. She is known today as a rebel and a pioneer of women in her artistic field.

Wikipedia: Lola Mora (EN)


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