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Plaza de Mayo (or May Square)
The Plaza de Mayo (or May Square in English) is the main square of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is best known for being the focal point of a revolution that happened on May 1810 leading to Argentina’s independence from Spain six years later.
La Casa Rosada (or the Pink House)
La Casa Rosada (meaning ‘the Pink House’ in English) is the executive mansion and office of the President of Argentina. It is home to a museum that delights visitors with a large number of personal and official belongings of the country’s former presidents. La Casa Rosada was initially a fort in 1536, then turned into the first public building of Buenos Aires few centuries later, and was converted into the Post Office Palace in 1873. It is also known for its Hall of Busts, a grand hall that contains marble busts of several former country presidents of Argentina.
Cementerio de la Recoleta (or La Recoleta Cemetery)
Cementerio de la Recoleta (also known as La Recoleta Cemetery in English) is a cemetery located in Recoleta neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It contains the graves of some of the most notable Argentinean citizens like former presidents, Nobel Prize winners, the founder of Argentine Navy and a granddaughter of Napoleon Bonaparte. Cementerio de la Recoleta’s consists of 4691 vaults and several elaborately carved marble mausoleums made in Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Baroque, and Neo-Gothic architectural styles. The construction materials required for the tombs were imported from Paris and Milan between 1880 and 1930.
Teatro Colon (or Columbus Theatre in English)
The Teatro Colon (Columbus Theatre in English) is the main opera house in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It was ranked as the third best opera house in the world by National Geographic few years ago. Its construction started in 1889 and was completed in 1908. Teatro Colon’s auditorium accommodates 2487 seats arranged in horseshoe manner. Also of note here is a grand chandelier that illuminates the auditorium with its 700 light bulbs.