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Manzana de las Luces or 'Illuminated Block'.
Manzana de las Luces or 'Illuminated Block'. This block, surrounded by the streets Alsina, Moreno, Peru and Bolivar, is home to many of the most importants and traditional educational, religious and cultural institutions of Buenos Aires, dating back to the 17th and 18th century. The name of this block comes from the number of intelectual institutions that were present in the old days. One of the most interesting attractions is a mysterious subterranean network of tunnels that communicates each building.
This is the Government Cultural House of Buenos Aires
The Museo Nacional del Cabildo y la Revolución de Mayo displays paintings, artifacts, clothes and accessories from the 18th century
Don't miss this antique bookstore with plenty of toys dating back to more than 50 years ago
Catedral Metropolitana, at San Martin 42, close to Casa Rosada
One of the most traditional coffehouses in Buenos Aires
The Casa Rosada is the Argentine equivalent to the White House in the U
The most important architectural building in San Telmo and one of the most important of the city
Florida pedestrian mall is good for shopping and also for watching the street tango dancers and other performers
Pasaje San Lorenzo