Casa Rosada in Buenos Aires is a pink colored administrative palace, an official building for the country’s government, and one of the most important landmarks in the region, also containing … Jatka lukemista →
Buenos Aires sightseeing tours to the main tourist attractions are available from, for example, Buenos Aires Bus company, and as free tours from the city’s tourist board (Buenos Aires City … Jatka lukemista →
Buenos Aires obelisk is a national Argentine monument, as well as the most important and best-known landmark in the city.
The tourist attraction, which is located within Plaza de la … Jatka lukemista →
Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens are a Japanese style park / gardens, completed in 1967, notable also for being the largest of its kind outside of Japan.
The garden was build … Jatka lukemista →
Basilica del Santisimo Rosario in Buenos Aires is a church complex that also contains Convento de Santo Domingo monastery, located within the district of Monserrat.
The basilica, positioned on the … Jatka lukemista →
Avenida 9 de Julio in Buenos Aires is a fourteen-lane wide, almost a kilometer long avenue in the city center, with a name that honors Argentina’s day of independence, July … Jatka lukemista →
The Argentine National Congress Buenos Aires is the administrative palace for the country’s bicameral government, 72-seat senate and 257-seat chamber of deputies.
Location immediately surrounding the palace contains many of … Jatka lukemista →
Abasto shopping center Buenos Aires is a shopping mall, one of the city’s biggest, located on a magnificent, 1934 Art Deco building.
The building, with its arch-shapes and colors, is … Jatka lukemista →