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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.

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Feria de Plaza Serrano
Compact market with a distinctive character.
MALBA
MALBA is a museum for Latin American Art in Buenos Aires. The museum holds a prestigious collection with more than 400 pieces from the XX century and temporary exhibitions around literature, films, and cinema.
Museo de Arte Popular José Hernandez
Small gallery showcasing the numerous variations of Argentine visual art.
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (Fine Arts National Museum) is located in the emblematic neighbourhood of Recoleta, and it's the home to an outstanding art collection that includes work by important Argentinian and foreign artists.
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.
Floralis Generica
The Floralis Generica is an aluminium and stainless steel sculpture made by Eduardo Catalano as a gift to the city of Buenos Aires in 2002. It's located on Avenida Figueroa Alcorta in the middle of the United Nations Square, and it's one of the most photographed spots in the city.

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