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.
Opened in 1896, the National Museum of Fine Arts has 32 exhibit halls with state of the art technology for
both traditional and multimedia shows. Its permanent collectionthe oldest piece dating from the 12th centuryincludes European masters such as ...
Sliding through the glass entrance into the cool, cavernous front gallery of Wussmann is a welcome escape from this noisy,
working class section of San Telmo. This beautifully restored building is distinctive of the local antique style, and the ...
The museum is currently closed due to renovations. It is scheduled to reopen in 2009. This museum contains a number
of historic pieces as well as didactic journey related to the beginnings of telegraphy, telephony, radio, television and Internet. ...
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