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The PALACIO illustrates and pays tribute to THE DIVINE COMEDY written by DANTE ALIGHIERI. This building shows a unique architectural style, mingling the neo-Romanesque and neo-Gothic appearance followed by the dome, with its original hindu design...more
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Avenida de Mayo 1370, Buenos Aires C1085ABQ, Argentina
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The story of this building is fascinating. From the builder/owner to the architect. It’s a early 1900 look into a building. Beautiful and stunning. The view at the top is worth the price. Restaurant/bar was very busy.
You might want to read Dante's Inferno before you visit here as the whole massive building is apparently builtaccording to it (the basment hell, ground floor purgatory or something similar). Anyway, even without that specialist knowledge, it's fascinating.
Worth a guided tour.
Edifício emblemático de Buenos Aires. Sua arquitetura tem como base a Divina Comédia de Dante Alighieri. A visita te levará ao topo do prédio, onde há um farol.
A landmark building in Buenos Aires, whose architecture was based on the structure and content of the...More
We did not book a tour through an agency but just walked into the building and bought a ticket. Lucy, our guide, was wonderful. The building is fascinating and offers wonderful views of the city. Be prepared to climb stairs. The space in the dome...More
Myself (from Argentina) and a friend (from the US) made the visit through palaciobarolotours, the place in itself is absolutly awesome, with one of the best aereal views of the city as well, the guide (wich name sadly don't remember, we went the wednesday16 at...More
The Barolo Palace is divided into three parts, hell, purgatory and sky with a lighthouse at its apex representing the Empyrean.
The Barolo Palace is full of allusions to Dante's Inferno as its height, 100 meters high, representing the 100 songs of Dante and 22...More
I have always been a fan of Dante's "Divine Comedy", so it was such a pleasant surprise to take a tour in this building and to go from Hell to Heaven. The tour was in Spanish and English and the best part was climbing the...More
After visiting Montevideo numerous times and falling in love with the Palacio Salvo, I was anxious to see its "twin" building, the Palacio Barolo in Buenos Aires. The similarity is striking, particularly in the upper levels of the buildings, and both are (in my opinion)...More
This building is very interesting because the Italian architect has built this building based on Dante's "The Divine Comedy". It is recommended to join the guided tour so that you know all the hidden features inside this building. You also get to go all the...More