Built in 1732 by the Recoleto friars, its history is depicted on the majolica at its entrance. Adjacent to the Recoleta ... More
Basílica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar
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 and bell-shaped dome uphold the cross; inside, the central nave and two lateral chapels exalt a baroque-Germanic altar and the image of Christ firmly fixed. It was declared a National Historic Monument in 1942 in recognition of its antiquity and prominence.
Museo del Jamón is an interesting option in the city center. The building is an old imposing construction. It boasts
of a giant dome, balconies, and handcrafted grilles that enchant and delight your eyes. Inside, wines, hams, and strings ...
Up until the epic restoration in 1994, the brick docks lining the old port of Buenos Aires remained abandoned. The
area now thrives with modern residential and business lofts and offices, bars, restaurants, an eight theater cinema complex, and ...
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