Plaza San Martin, Buenos Aires
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A cool and lush oasis at the heart of town, timeless Plaza San Martin features green lawns and giant trees, national monuments, fountains, and historic buildings, including a 33-story Art Deco structure. This area of the city, which once served as a slave market, a military fort, and a bullring, gained its current appearance in 1936. French landscape architect Carlos Leon Thays designed the public walkways around the statue commemorating the nation's father, General San Martin. See the memorial to the young Argentineans who died in the Falklands War on the downhill side of the park. A visit to Plaza San Martin represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Buenos Aires holiday planner to plot your vacation.
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  • Large park with many green areas, paths for walking and children's playground. Located in san martin Street, has a statue équestre de del libertador in superior access to the Park, overlooking the pedestrian plaza that accesses the street arenales. A beautiful place to walk and gain access to the home of the florida Street with another of its upper corners.
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  • The square has a great view, at least when I was there, she was well looked after and clean, perhaps due to events that had occurred.
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  • This square in an elegant district of downtown Buenos Aires is one of the few green spaces in Buenos Aires. It is reasonably careful, but are missing benches and policemen who monitor the possibility of theft and outbursts, is dangerous at night
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  • Buenos Aires is a gorgeous city, a little violent though
  • Muy lindo edificio
  • Views forma the Plaza, Palaces around it, Plaza Hotel, Cavamagh Building.
  • One of the of the prettiest spots in Buenos Aires. Take your time to walk around it and visit the surrounding historical buildings.
  • Take a seat on one of the park benches on a nice sunny day, smile and relax by enjoying the atmosphere. Very fine place to be on a sunny springtime day.