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You cannot miss this building in Plaza de Mayo and this is where the president of Argentina works. It is reported that the Perons delivered speeches from the balconies. The current structure evolved from a fort that dated back to 1594.
Reputedly where Eva Peron made her favorite speech, Casa Rosada is an imposing structure, unfortunately marred somewhat by the now ever-present barricades that surround most public buildings in the modern world.
The Casa Rosada is the executive mansion and office of the President of Argentina. The palatial mansion is known officially as Casa de Gobierno, ( "Government House"). Normally, the President lives at the Quinta de Olivos, the official residence of the President of Argentina, which...More
It might seem a bit unfair giving this only one star when we never actually visited, but trying to visit was very difficult. We eventually found a link online to book well in advance and then when we did it was very poorly organised and...More
Our first day in Buenos Aires and visiting Plaza Maya and Casa Rosa where Evita Peron gave her iconic address to the people we were thrilled to come across a cultural day celebration, it was fantastic. The whole location is a must see when in...More
You can’t get inside the gates surrounding the palace; so you can only take pictures from a bit of a distance out in front. Nice to visit, even if just to say you were there. It is part of a big ‘plaza’ area with other...More
Took the underground into central BA and walked to this building. You cannot get inside, but grow the gates you get good views. Try to get here when they change guard as you get to see the soldiers marching out , then new ones marching...More