The City of Buenos Aires was created from a variety of immigration from different cultures and this fact is reflected in its architecture which has basic characteristics of different styles ranging from cold academicism or Art Deco, to the cheerful and colorful art nouveau, the modern Gothic, through the French Bourbon, the modern skyscrapers made of glass or concrete. Addition can also be observed peculiar styles, for example, the colorful La Boca, as well as buildings from the colonial era, in short, a wonderful city that you cannot miss.
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The center is a neighborhood both tourist and business and finance, and is possibly the busiest district of Buenos Aires. This neighborhood is called Buenos Aires City or downtown, which is the most influential and important economically because of the concentration of numerous banks and financial institutions. One of the main attractions of this neighborhood, which in turn is one of the most important monuments and elegant of Argentina, is the Obelisk. This neighborhood also has many shops that point directly to the public tour.
Places to visit:
> Plaza de Mayo - Mayo Avenue and Diagonal Norte
> Palacio San Martin - Arenales 761
> Museum of Arms of the Nation - Santa Fe and Maipu
> Calle Florida - between Marcelo T. Alvear to 500 and Bartolome Mitre 500
> Plaza San Martin - Between Maipu and Santa Fe
> Museum of immigration - Antarctica Argentina 1355
> Torre Monumental des Anglais - Plaza Fuerza Aérea Argentina
> Seat of Government of Buenos Aires City - Avenida de Mayo 525
> The Cabildo - Avenida de Mayo and Bolivar
> Avenue Theater - Avenida de Mayo 1212
> National Congress - Entre Rios and Rivadavia Avenue
> Theatre Columbus - Cerrito 618
> Temple of the Israelite Congregation Argentina - Freedom 761