If you manage to get by the pit bull chained near the entrance (he seems to be more bark than bite), you will be pleasantly ... More
If you manage to get by the pit bull chained near the entrance (he seems to be more bark than bite), you will be pleasantly surprised by the quality of found-object artworks inside this huge, no-frills warehouse, which houses both the artist's studio and exhibition space. From materials such as old pipes, rusted hubcaps, and broken glass, Nico has formed figures that are wonderful positioned together or alone; choose from a twelve-inch dog-walker to a five-foot cupid, complete with bow and arrow.
Named for its location directly, across from the National Congress Building, this plaza contains a large monolith, that represents the
start for all its national highways. This plaza almost encompasses three city blocks (its western most point along Ave. ...
The Hippodrome in the neighborhood of Palermo opened its doors in 1876, with typical architecture of the Belle Époque period.
Its elliptical shape contours the three racetracks. In 1908, a grandstand and tree shaded areas, lakes and Carrara marble ...
Built in 1716 as a Franciscan cloister, this complex served as a hospital during the English invasions, and was later
converted into a school. In 1928, the building was partially destroyed to make way for the expansion of the ...