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This street's name literally means 'little walkway'. These days, the street is thronged with tango dancers, artisans and tourists.
Built in 1896, this building was once the headquarters of the La Prensa newspaper but now belongs to the city government. Its French feel goes beyond the...
Avenida de Mayo 575
On the western side of the plaza is this neo-classical cathedral. The plan for the cream-coloured building, the sixth cathedral on this site, was hatched in...
The 223-foot (68-metre) Obelisco was built to mark four historical events: the first and the final foundation of Buenos Aires; the 1880 declaration of the...
Avenida 9 de Julio
Part archaeological museum, part event space, El Zanjón is a beautifully restored residence encapsulating three centuries of urban living. Although the...
The 'Block of Enlightenment' is a complex of historical buildings that occupies an entire city block (manzana can mean 'block' as well as 'apple'). You can...
One of the city's most emblematic buildings, this 1923 construction is a neo-gothic allegorical tribute to the 100 cantos of Dante's Divine Comedy. Hell is...
Avenida de Mayo 1370