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Iglesia de la Piedad, Buenos Aires
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
With its pale columns, neoclassical facade, and soaring interior, Iglesia de la Piedad commands a striking presence. The church's history dates back to 1700, when permission was initially sought to build a church on this site (back then, the outskirts of town). The present instantiation dates from 1895 and represents the work of architects Jose and Nicolas Canale, as well as Juan Antonio Busquiazzo. Its two side towers and six columns forming the portico almost seems to play an optical trick, as the tall, cavernous dome appears more imposing from the inside. Located in the heart of town, this popular church attracts crowds. Plan to visit Iglesia de la Piedad during your Buenos Aires vacation using our convenient Buenos Aires vacation trip planner.
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en un sector de edificios viejpos, vandalizados y no muy bien cuidados. esta basilica se destaca pior su arquitectura y decoracion en el interior, su arquitectura es impnente con sus dos torres. puede... read more »in a sector of viejpos buildings, vandalizados and not very well-maintained. This basilica stands pior its architecture and decoration in the interior, its architecture is impnente with its two towers. You can get in underground line to sánez Peña or line B uruguay.show original
La visite con el proposito de agradecer y pedir por mi familia y trabajo, y me encontre con una hermosa obra de arte, unas columnas de marmol, que segun lei son de marmol de Carrara, al igual que la i... read more »The visit with the purpose of thank and ask by my family and work, and I found with a beautiful work of art, some columns of marble, that according to lei are of marble of Carrara, as the image of our Sra of the piety, that is a replica of the existing in the cemetery of Siena, them domes and walls with large paintings , that you wonder, I hope to return with more time to appreciate all of these works. Located on the corner of Bartolomé Mitre and Paraná, with the passage of the same name. If you like the story you can expand this information in the history of the parishes of Buenos Airesshow original
Esta Iglesia es muy bella y se encuentra muy bien conservada. Posee muchos detalles como las columnas y la cupula. Recomendable.This church is very beautiful and is very well preserved. It has many details such as columns and the dome. Recommended.show original
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