Here you can find interesting sights in Corrientes, 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 5 sights are available in Corrientes, Argentina.Back to the list of cities in Argentina
1. Iglesia San Francisco
St. Francis Church and Monastery is a Catholic temple and Franciscan monastery in the name of St. Francis Solano, located at 420 Mendoza Street, the capital of Argentina's eponymous province. After the arrival of Friare Luis de Molina, its construction began around 1589, although it was completed around 1607. The church was built in 1638 and rebuilt between 1861 and 1867 in a neoclassical style. The complex was restored in 1948 and declared a national historic monument in 1951.
2. Escuela Normal Juan Manuel Estrada
The normal school "Jos é manuelestrada" is located in Calle sargento juan cabral 2120, in the province of Corrientes, Argentina. It is known locally as a district school. It was declared a "National Historic Monument" in 2014 under Decree 230 signed by President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. The "nmal school" can be seen on the front of the building. Professor Jose Manuel Estrada. "
3. Iglesia Catedral
The "Nuestra Se ñ oradel Rosario" cathedral in the Argentine town of Stream belongs to the archdiocese of Stream. It is located on hipelito yrigoyen Street in 1542, facing Master Sergeant Square. The building was built between 1854 and 1863 until it was officially opened in 1872 and images of the former mother church were transferred.
4. Casa de Gobierno de Corrientes
The Government House of Corrientes is the seat of the Executive Power of the Province of Corrientes and where the office of the Governor is; It is located at the intersection of Salta and 25 de Mayo streets, in the Barrio Deportes, in front of Plaza 25 de Mayo, in the city of Corrientes, Argentina.
5. Parque Mitre
Mitre Park is a park located in Stream City. It is famous for its monuments and lighthouses. Also included are murals called "Battery Bridge Battle" and "Prisoners". On the left side of the park, you can find public toilets and fig trees.
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