Facultad de Derecho de La Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires
(4.5/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web)
Facultad de Derecho de La Universidad de Buenos Aires, the faculty of law building of the university, features tall periodic colonial columns and is grey in color. Take the time to go up the stairs and past the columns to admire the architectural details from the inside as well. This is one of thirteen faculties of Argentina’s largest university. Facultad de Derecho de La Universidad de Buenos Aires is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Buenos Aires Edition.
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  • a building to visit, for its outstanding architecture, the area is beautiful, just minutes from the downtown.
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  • Simply beautiful and imposing, located in Recoleta, surrounded by green and squares. It is divine to see and visit, and feel a little Athens in Buenos Aires.
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  • Located right beside the Floralis, the building impresses with grandeur and trend. Despite being a law school, architecture fans will be charmed with its huge columns. While in the region, be sure to know.
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  • I absolutely love this building, studying here has given me the opportunity to discover a lot of tiny and beautiful secrets it has, for example, there is a stair in the first floor that leads to a group of classrooms in the form of a square and all the walls are painted beautifully, it's like going down the rabbit hole in alice in wonderland. Also, there are a lot of paintings and statues all over the place. It sometimes feels more a museum than and university. To finish this tale, the teachers are amazing and the university has an excellent academic level. I love everything about it. Definitely worth a visit, and also taking a few classes there.
  • Excelente arquitectura
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  • Beautiful architecture.
  • Emblemático y de arquitectura imponente.