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Casa Rosada

The iconic pink-hued presidential palace and office of Argentina's president, located in the capital city with a famous balcony facing Plaza de Mayo.

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Quick comparison, this pink building called " Casa Rosada" is like the White House for the U.S. It is the office of the president. Right in front of it, there's three other tourist attractions with tons of history and culture to learn about: "El Cabildo" today's a museum; "Plaza de Mayo" green area used for manifestations or even celebrations for popular reasons; and "Catedral Metropolitana" a historic church from S. XVII.

byromalaga 2 years ago

Casa Rosada Guides

  • Buenos Aires

    ederiveroguzman (Estefania De Rivero)
  • Places to visit in Buenos Aires, ARG

    byromalaga (Ro Malaga)
    This a bucket list of places you should include in your visit to Buenos Aires city. Mainly if its your first time there. Let yourself surprise with the beauty and history this city carries with. Before building your checklist I wanna make sure you understand the difference in between Buenos Aires as the city and Buenos Aires as the province. In Argentina, the territory is divided by provinces (like states) and there's a lot of confusion when for example I tell people I am from Buenos Aires. Many people who were lucky enough to visit it, understand I was born in the city. I totally get the confusion, that is why I wanna clarify to you, there's two different Buenos Aires. So this list is about the city itself. Let's explore!

Casa Rosada Articles

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