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Buenos Aires Cathedral

Buenos Aires Cathedral

The Buenos Aires Neoclassic Metropolitan Cathedral is the main catholic church of Argentina. It is located at the intersection of San Martin Street and Rivadavia Ave, at the San Nicolás neighborhood of Buenos Aires, opposite to the Plaza de Mayo.

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Plaza de Mayo

Plaza de Mayo

La Plaza de Mayo, foundational place of the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina, arose out of the union of two squares, de la Victoria and del Fuerte, when a building called Recova Vieja that kept them apart was demolished. From then on, it has been the scenario of all important events at national level.

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Cabildo de Buenos Aires

Cabildo de Buenos Aires

The building, declared National Historic Monument in 1933, has been object of successive modifications, when finally in 1940 got its present aspect. Today there is the Cabildo and May Revolution's National Museum

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Obelisc

Obelisc

Buenos Aires obelisc is one of the National Historical Monuments, icon of the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Placed at the Plaza de la República, at the intersection of Corrientes and 9 de Julio avenues. It was built for the fourth centennial of the first foundation of the city.

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La Casa Rosada (The Pink House)

La Casa Rosada (The Pink House)

Casa Rosada, seat of the Executive Power of the Argentinian Republic. There is the Nation's President office. With its characteristic pink color is considered one of the most emblematic buildings of Buenos Aires. It also includes the Museum of the Government House., where one can find objects related to previous presidents of the country.

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Manzana de las Luces

Manzana de las Luces

Manzana de las Luces, a historic block of the City of Buenos Aires. There the Colegio Nacional of Buenos Aires, the San Ignacio Church, the old building of the University of Buenos Aires and other buildings are located. The block has been named this way due to the intellectual institutions of the In 1942 it was declared Historical Place.

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Florida Street

Florida Street

Recognized as the most important commercial street of Argentina. Its origin is placed back to the foundational times of Buenos Aires, and it represented a primitive path coming up from the river.

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Churches

Churches

Location of some of the most antique churches of the region are located in the neighborhood. Among them is San Ignacio Church, the most ancient church preserved in Buenos Aires, part of the Manzana de las Luces.

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San Telmo Neighborhood

Constitutes one of the main touristic sightseeing and pedestrian attractions of Buenos Aires. All around the area one can find cafés, bars and pubs, with their tables on the square; also antique stores and handcrafts. Plenty of music shows and dancing out in the streets, including tango exhibitions. On Sundays there takes place the Feria de San Telmo, square and surrounding streets are occupied with antique and curiosities stands

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