Well,the pictures show all the places we visited in our second day. Unbelieveable. It was a very tiring day because we left the hotel at 8:00 and we got there again at 21:00. After that we went to have lunch in a local restaurant, 7 blocks far. It was a good night, not so much for the food, but for the good moments we shared with our friends. Finally we got to the hotel again, but this time for get some sleep. The next day, we had to get up at 7:00. Imagine what was like.
TheArgentina National Congress is the body that exercises the legislative power of the government of Argentina. The Delegates’ Chamber and the Senators’ Chamber are found here.
ThePink House is the seat of the executive branch of Argentina. Inside is the office of President of Argentina. Under the DomingoFaustino Sarmiento’s presidency, the building was painted in pink, which is the actual colour.
The Colon Theatre, located in the City of Buenos Aires, is one of the most important opera houses in the world for its size and trajectory acoustic. It isconsidered one of the five besttheaters for operafor its spectacular acoustic.
Recoleta is a central suburb of the city of Buenos Aires. It’s a broad area of historical and architectural interest, especially by the Recoleta Cementery located there, and a major tourist and cultural focus within the city. It is considered a fancy neighbourhood and the value per square meter is one of the most expensive in the city.
The Plaza de Mayo, foundational site of the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina, was born from the union of the squares Victoria and Front, in 1884 to demolish a building called Recova Vieja that separated them.It is located in downtown Buenos Aires called “microcentro porteño”
The neoclassical Metropolitan Cathedral of Buenos Aires is the main Catholic church inArgentina. It is located at the intersection of San Martin and Rivadavia Avenue, theneighborhood of San Nicolás, opposite to the Mayo Square.