Cemeteries in Buenos Aires

Cemeteries in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires Cemeteries

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  • DanteGiuliano
    106 contributions
    Nice place to visit in Recoleta. Had a walk around for about an hour and it’s a very unique place. Saw some beautiful grave sites and equally as many sites that need some love. I was there on a Sunday and it wasn’t crowded which was nice. Will definitely come back with a nice camera and take some pictures.
    Written July 19, 2022
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  • Mathew M
    Melbourne, Australia511 contributions
    Having visited Recoleta it's difficult not to compare.....this cemetery hasn't got the hype of the other,so it peaceful and there is no one around......there are old and new graves and it's quite big..I quite liked the architecture here and took more photos.....there were no tour guides so the history is a bit lost.....if you are going to Palermo at any stage just pop in for an hour and you won't be disappointed
    Written November 12, 2019
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  • Andy keen
    Birmingham, UK1,321 contributions
    Sort of thing the Old Girl always seems to want to see.
    As it goes I guess it is as good as any graveyard,,,
    Of course South American countrys make normal of death.
    A lovely city with so much to see and I guess this is just one of them
    Written April 13, 2020
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  • Walter B
    47 contributions
    The tomb is not only a beautiful sculpture but the tragic story and grief-ridden poem written by her father brings her death to life as we are struck by the emotions wrapped around her tale. Be sure and bring a translation of the poem which can be found on Wikipedia. Because I speak Italian I was dumbstruck by the profundity and saddness of her father's grief which lives on the piece of bronze.
    Written February 18, 2020
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