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Palacio de Justicia, designed by french arquitect Norbert Maillart over 100 years ago, it is where the Supreme Court resides..
Palacio de Justicia, designed by french arquitect Norbert Maillart over 100 years ago, it is where the Supreme Court resides.
Palacio de Justicia - Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Teatro Colon, considered one of the top 5 opera houses in the world, it was closed for many years due to remodelations
The Obelisco looks suspiciously like the Washington Monument
Don't miss this architectural gem in Buenos Aires, designed in accordance with the cosmology of the Divine Comedy
Confiteria Ideal at Suipacha 384, is a famous tango venue featured in many films
Teatro Liceo, located in the corner of Rivadavia with Parana and opened in 1876, is one of the oldests theaters in the city
Plaza de Congreso, immediately in front of the congress building, contains some interesting sculpture, including a copy of Rodin's Thinker
Florida pedestrian mall is good for shopping and also for watching the street tango dancers and other performers
Plaza San Martin, a beautiful park outside the train station, next to the the plaza of the air force
Confiteria El Molino, located just in front of Palacio del Congreso, to the right
Inspired in the Chateau du Marais in Paris, it is one of the finest properties in Buenos Aires