No only this is the oldest building in Buenos Aires, it is also one of the most beautiful. In summer it's a very cool place. The art is gorgeous. It has three naves and a latin-cross plan.
In 1955 this building was burnt by the peronists, so the old furniture was lost. But it is still a very nice place.
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