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Plaza Alemania, Buenos Aires

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  • The square still beautiful, well cared for, very green, no mess of puppy but unfortunately they took sand from the children and I thought I lost a lot because if the toys (swing, slide, etc) are busy do not have anything else to entertain.
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  • This square, on del Libertador Avenue takes its name from the donation of the German community of the monument that presides over it. He same is opened in the first Centennial of the revolution of Mayo and summarizes in its figures the legacy of the agriculture, the livestock and the culture German in Argentina. The paths that surround it and cross it are covered with chippings (dust and stones brick). In the last years, is opened a chess giant with figures of wood of teak, carved and donated by the Government German on the occasion of the bicentennial of the Republic Argentina. The wired perimeter now is a grating, that leaves in the remember the plaza that was makes fifty years, with them children walking in karting or in bicycle. This square is very beautiful and worth a visit. The central monument of marble is impressive and full of details, such as the coats of arms of the sixteen German States sculpted in bronze. Ideal for couple or family.
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  • This is one of our favorite places in Buenos Aires, mainly because dogs (or other animals) are not allowed in. We have sometimes stopped here for a small picnic because you can sit on the grass withou...  more »
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  • Iconic Palermo plaza.
  • Muy lindo para ir en familia
  • Lindo y sobre todo limpio.
  • Excellent place, also has the sculpture of Gustav Adolf Bredow, a source gift of the German community at the Argentine people by the centenary of the may revolution.
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  • It is a large, well-kept square
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