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Edificio La Prensa, Buenos Aires
Categories: Government Buildings, Tourist Spots
A landmark of the capital city's Montserrat neighborhood, Edificio La Prensa invites spectators with its ornate exterior and architectural style. Inaugurated in 1898, the building housed the headquarters of La Prensa, an Argentine newspaper, for many years before becoming the seat of the Ministry of Culture. View the facade of the building, designed in a Beaux Arts style inspired by French architect Charles Garnier. Take a tour of the interior to learn about the history of the structure and to view its halls decorated with imported materials and artworks. Our Buenos Aires trip itinerary maker makes visiting Edificio La Prensa and other Buenos Aires attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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Este es uno de los diarios mas importantes del pais, sus paginas han descrito la historia de este mismo, su edificio es algo impresionante, es uno de los mas reconocidos y bonitos de la ciudad.This is one of the most important in the country, their pages have described this same history, its building is rather impressive, is one of the most recognized and beautiful.show original
El edificio está sobre la avenida de mayo a metros de plaza de mayo y la estación Perú de subterráneo. Se originó como la central del periódico la prensa, hoy es dependencia del del gobierno municipal... read more »The building is on avenida de mayo metres from plaza de mayo and the Peru underground station. The press originated as the center of the newspaper, is today the municipal government. We visited him on the night of the museums watching your salon with a decorated super roof. And recommend from Avenue see a dome where sculpture was holding a lamp.show original
Trata-se de mais uma bela construção conservada no centro de Buenos Aires! É histórico, pois foi sede de um grande jornal!This is another beautiful preserved building in downtown Buenos Aires. Is historic because it was the seat of a major newspaper.show original
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