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Torre Monumental, Buenos Aires
Categories: Historic Sites, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
While exploring the Retiro neighborhood of Buenos Aires, pay a quick visit to Torre Monumental, a gift from British residents on the centenary of the May Revolution. Reminiscent of London's Big Ben, the clock tower was designed by British architect Ambrose Macdonald Poynter. Take a moment to admire or photograph the striking 75 m (247 ft) structure built in the Palladian style and decorated with symbols of the British Empire--thistle, shamrock, dragon, and rose. Our Buenos Aires trip itinerary planner makes visiting Torre Monumental and other Buenos Aires attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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Torre bacana localizada na Plaza San Martin, no Bairro Retiro, podendo ser acessada pela estação General San Martin ou Mitre do metrô. Perto tem o Monumento del Libertador Jose de San Martin para ser ... read more »Cool Tower located in Plaza San Martin, in the Retiro Neighbourhood, and can be accessed by the General San Martin or Mitre station of the subway. Close has the monument del Libertador José de San Martin to be visited.show original
A torre é bem interessante e tem a troca da guarda a cada hora na frente. combinado com a visita à praça San Matin fica bem legalThe tower is very interesting and has the changing of the guard every hour in front. combined with a visit to the Plaza San Matin is pretty coolshow original
Es un lugar muy turistico, esta muy bien ubicado y es ideal para pasar un buen momento, tiene un diseño muy elegante y precioso, ademas de contar con un muy lindo reloj.It is a place very private, very good and it is ideal to have a good time, it has a very elegant and beautiful, as well as having a very nice watch design.show original
It's in a great park. I never knew the history of this clock until recently. It was finished 100 years ago and given to Argentina by the British as a gift. It used to be named Torre de los Ingleses before the war in 1982.
Ernest karas Argentinian in espana Feb 7 2016 by the tower between the Buenos Aires Airport in Argentinian,South America
Alan Rafael Oberto Jimenez
Something that you must see If you come to Buenos Aires
Rodrigo Fernández Díaz
A typical Buenos Aires landmark; it frames a piece of the downtown area in a very pictorical fashion
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