Natural Sciences Museum

The Bernardino Rivadavia Natural Sciences Museum is the oldest museum in Argentina. It was founded in 1823 under the direction of Bernardino Rivadavia, who was a minister in the government of Buenos Aires.

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Tigre Art Museum

The Tigre Art Museum, also known as MAT, is located in the town of Tigre in the province of Buenos Aires and is a very interesting option to visit in this region of the province.

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Carnival in Buenos Aires

Carnival in Buenos Aires, all the information about one of the most colorful and festive celebrations in the country.

Costumes, music, colors and fun are the characteristics that define Carnival, being one of the longest and most attractive festivities in Buenos Aires. It is celebrated in different parts of the country, where the music, the lyrics of the songs and the costumes vary by area.

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Murals of Diego Maradona

Murals of Diego Maradona, a tour of the most impressive murals that Buenos Aires has, in honor of the idol of Argentine soccer.

Absolutely inspiring, Diego Armando Maradona became a multiplied figure in street art, transforming the country into an open-air Maradonian gallery.

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Metropolitan Cathedral of Buenos Aires

Metropolitan Cathedral of Buenos Aires, all the history about the main temple of the Argentine Catholic Church.

It is located in front of the May Square, at the intersection of Rivadavia Avenue and San Martín, in the neighborhood of San Nicolás, Downtown of the city. The history of its construction is extensive, but we are going to tell you the most outstanding details, since the current building that you will see is its sixth construction!

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Cabildo of Buenos Aires

Cabildo of Buenos Aires, the whole story about one of the most emblematic buildings in the country’s history.

Headquarters of the Colonial Administration, it is the heart of the May Revolution of 1810. Erected since 1580, it has stood in the same place ever since. Over the years, it has undergone modifications, which have mutilated some of its sections.

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Alvear Avenue Buenos Aires

Alvear Avenue Buenos Aires, all the details and history about one of the most aristocratic and elegant streets in the city.

Drawn in 1885, at the initiative of Mayor Torcuato de Alvear, it originally bore the name “Beautiful View”, but was baptized some time later with the name of Torcuato de Alvear’s father: Carlos María de Alvear.

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Kavanagh Building Buenos Aires

Kavanagh Building Buenos Aires, the story behind the imposing tower located in Retiro.

It is a work of modern architecture, which classifies it as one of the iconic buildings in the city, with a synthesis of art deco and rationalist styles. It is simply an apartment tower, but not for that reason, it ceases to be an emblematic work for the architecture of Buenos Aires.

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Murals of Eva Perón

Murals of Eva Perón, the details that hide behind the most impressive murals that you will see on Av. 9 de Julio.

These are two huge images found in the Ministry of Public Works Building, on each side of the south and north facades, which can be seen from Av. 9 de Julio, in both directions.

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