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Basilica of San Carlos and Maria Auxiliadora

The church where Pope Francis I was baptised.

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Congreso de la Nacion Argentino
Situated as a counterweight to the Casa Rosada at the end of the Avenida de Mayo, the Congreso de la Nacion Argentino is where Argentine lawmakers meet and deliberate. A fantastic place to learn about the multiple deviations of Argentine politics, and to find out why Eva Peron is still so popular.
Feria de Plaza Serrano
Compact market with a distinctive character.
Museo Xul Solar
The house of the artist Alejandro Xul Solar has been restructured to accommodate the museum, in Recoleta Buenos Aires. The institution is dedicated to preserving and exhibiting the work of the Argentine painter, and also works as a cultural center where events and temporary exhibitions are held.
Teatro Colon
The Colon Theatre is Buenos Aires' opera house and an architectural icon of the city. This concert hall can accommodate up to 3000 people and because of its amazing acoustic, it's considered among the best five theatres in the world.
Museo Evita
The Museo Evita opened its doors in 2002 in Palermo, Buenos Aires on the 50th anniversary of Evita's death. The museum shows the journey of Eva Perón's life through photographs, videos, and documents of the time and a vast collection of personal objects and clothes.
Obelisco
The Obelisco of Buenos Aires is a historical monument built in 1936 to conmemorate the first foundation of the city.

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