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This was the first pedestrian street in downtown. Now there are many others. It's fun to walk along it between the crowds, checking out the street vendors and amazing architecture. Watch for pickpockets though.
“Is a national historic monument and icon of BA. Located in the Plaza de la República, in Ave Corrientes and 9de Julio, it was built to commemorate the fourth centenary of the 1st fundation of the City”
“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).”
“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.”
“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.”
“ Plaza de Mayo Square It is the oldest square in Buenos Aires . Its location was determined in the 2nd foundation of the city, in 1580. It is surrounded by historical and governmental buildings, such as the Cabildo, the Casa Rosada (National Government seat,) the Palace of the Government of Buenos Aires, banks, and ministries. ”
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