Es la sede del Poder Ejecutivo de la República Argentina. Dentro se encuentra el despacho del Presidente de la Nación Argentina.
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Casa Rosada (Pink House) the President seat here during government operations, is next to the Plaza de Mayo where you can also see the Cabildo an many other historical city attractions. Take the subway in Callao (Line D) to Catedral Station (is a short ride), or you can walk there (25min - 2.3km).
On the eastern side of Plaza de Mayo stands the Casa Rosada, named for its distinctive color. It was from the balcony here that Eva Perón famously addressed the throngs of impassioned supporters packed into Plaza de Mayo. The building houses the Argentine President's offices; the presidential…
La casa rosada es el edificio de gobierno más importante del país, ya que es la sede de trabajo del presidente de la nación. Está ubicada frente a la emblemática Plaza de Mayo.
La histórica casa de gobierno ubicada en la Plaza de Mayo queda a sólo 1,5 km. Ideal para ir caminando.
National Government House located in city downtown. Recently renovated for tourist visits.
Dominating the Plaza de Mayo, the Casa Rosada - or pink house - is the seat of the Argentine national government and houses the president's office. Witness to much of the city's history, it was from the balconies of the Casa Rosada that Juan and “Evita” Perón addressed the masses during the late…
La casa rosada con la plaza de mayo. Lindo paseo para ir caminando a puerto Madero pasando x el puente de la mujer.
“Although this is not the most beautiful church in Buenos Aires, it is probably the biggest and the site where our national hero, José de San Martin is buried.”
“Walk or bike across the famous bridge and along the waterways with historic brick buildings. On weekends the area is packed with Portenos out for a walk and dining. There are many restaurants to enjoy. The Reserva Ecologica is accessible from the northern end.”
“Identical to the Congress house of Berlin, but much bigger. Magnificent architecture.”
“Main attraction of Buenos Aires. The Obelisk was the new icon 100 years ago when the city decided to take a full block lenght perpendicular to the river in order to create avenues and a better connection from north to south. This was the time Buenos Aires started to build the first Subway in the world along with New York.”
“This is a very interesting shopping mall. Modeled after the great Italian arcade Gallerias Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan, the building was commissioned exclusively for Le Bon Marche. It was originally constructed in the 1890’s as the Buenos Aires headquarters for the Parisian department store. The mall is inside a lovely Beaux Arts building in downtown Buenos Aires.”