Named for its location directly, across from the National Congress Building, this plaza contains a large monolith, that ... More
Plaza De Los Dos Congresos
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. de Mayo), and is an ideal place for recreation and rest. One of the city's best and most valuable sculptures, is a bronze reproduction of The Thinker by Auguste Rodin, which can be found in the plaza.
This palace receives the Camera of Senators and the Camera of Representatives of the nation. Victor Meano who was the
architect of this palace, emphasized on the Italian style and classical memoirs of that era. The center of the ...
The Sofitel Buenos Aires is close to Plaza San Martin, Torre de los Ingleses, the Plaza de Mayo and Casa
Rosada. The hotel is 18 miles to Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini (EZE) International Airport. The hotel offers services and ...
Built in 1732 by the Recoleto friars, its history is depicted on the majolica at its entrance. Adjacent to the
Recoleta cemetery, 19th century colonial architecture predominates throughout. Five pinnacles crown the pilasters of the facade; a square tower ...