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The Cabildo was one of the original municipal buildings in town. In the old days, anything worth happening, happened in or around the building. It has been well-kept and is a must for every schoolchild in Buenos Aires, with much information displayed. No charge for...More
The building is one of the few in BA to survive from colonial times. Inside it you have an exhibition with artefacts on the events leading to independence. Very interesting but I'm not sure how much non-Spanish readers will get from it. One of those...More
The original building that sat here, of adobe and thatch, served as the administrative building during Spanish rule. It fell into disrepair and this new building was begun in the mid 1700s. It is a beautiful old building, well maintained, at one end of the...More
We popped in, it was free, when walking round the square. The ancient government building, now a museum, contanis a lot of information about the struggle and the history of Argentina, and its quest for Independence. Alot of the descriptions are in English also, which...More
This small, but very nice, old building used to be the city hall in beginning of BA. Inside is very well, also in english, explained how Argentina became as it is these days. Also very good views from the balcony of Plaza de Mayo with...More
The nice white building is closing the Plaza De Mayo, opposite to Casa Rosada. It is the ancient Government Building, now hosting teh National History Museum. Incredible interior patio, with a very ancient fountain. It really worth the visit!
Cabildo de Buenos Aires: The Cabildo is the Colonial town hall public building of Spain's colonial administration in Buenos Aires dating back to 1580 that was used as the government house of the Viceroy. Currently, the Cabildo hosts the National Museum of the Cabildo and...More