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“Governor Rodríguez also established the Provincial Legislature and the Bank of the Province of Buenos Aires at the site, in 1822, as well as the city's first natural sciences museum (later housed in the nearby San...”
“It is a popular site with its colourful houses and pedestrian street, the Caminito (the little walkway) where tango dancers perform and where many theatres, tango clubs and Italian taverns are situated.”
“Incredible sights to see and worth the "risk" of going to a dicey part of the city.”
“The monument to General San Martin and to the Independence Armies is an equestrian monument honouring the Argentine National Hero General San Martin and to four landmarks related to Peru´s Independence, the Battle...”
“Our guide walked us around this site and had so many stories to tell and explain the different monuments and their meanings and history.”
“If you have no guide, there is a map next to the toilets as you enter which locates the 6000 individual resting sites, Particularly with a guide, here you will also find the history of Argentina through the restin...”