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Dating back four centuries, this lively plaza features fairs and exhibitions, and includes a statue of its namesake, General San Martin, a colonial-style cathedral and a 17th-century cabildo, or clubhouse, once used as a police headquarters.
In the week the Plaza San Martín is a melting pot of characters. Busy office clerks, mothers and children, people begging, pigeons (take care of droppings!). People selling things and a cacophony of noises, but all in a calm way. You should seat (again, take...More
In this central plaza you can find the cathedral , Cabildo , theatre and other less imposing buildings. Of course there is a statue of San Martin on horseback in the middle. It is a pleasant place to walk and quite busy at certain times...More
This is the main square in Argentina's second city. It is a place you will find yourself at some point. However this area has an unpleasant atmosphere with a lot of beggars and a feeling you need to watch your valuables. Although normal precautions are...More
The main cathedral sits on the plaza, but there are other things to see here and it's a great place to simply relax and people watch. The fountains could do with an overhaul and clean up - the pools are disgustingly dirty and full of...More
Cordoba's central square, Plaza San Martin is a perfect place to embark on a cultural tour of this unique city. From the architecturally impressive Catedral Cordoba, which underwent initial construction in 1577, to the historic 17th century cabildo that once housed the town council and...More