Parque Nacional a la Bandera, Rosario
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A large complex on the edge of the Parana River, Parque Nacional a la Bandera stands as a monument to Manuel Belgrano, the creator of the the Argentine flag. Built in 1957, the monument commemorates the death of Belgrano, who first raised the flag on the opposite shore of the river in 1812. Visit the park to learn more about Argentina’s history and appreciate the mix of natural gardens and architectural triumph. Climb the 70 m (229 ft) tall tower, which includes Belgrano’s tomb at its base, to get a view over the entire city. The area surrounding the monument symbolizes the state and also pays respect to other American nations by displaying the flags. Put Parque Nacional a la Bandera into our Rosario travel itinerary maker to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Rosario.
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  • Just visit the monument is worth a visit, it's interesting to be made also in the evening. On site there is a tower with a lift where you have a beautiful view of the city of Rosario and the Paraná River. In the surroundings you have the Rosary Cathedral, cafes, the Paraná River, the Center is right next door, as well as places to walk or run.
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  • If you visit Rosario you can be going to the National Park to the flag. Landmark where the environment and overlooking the River make it magical. It has a broad playon with sources from where you can see the great monument to the national flag. During the evening you are illuminating with Nations colors. Below there is a Museum in the time that we went was closed. The sides guarded by towering canyons. You can not miss.
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  • It is without doubt a must (together with the monument to the flag) to walk and then stop at one of their banks or any staircase to take some mates with river view.
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  • Un icono de la ciudad imperdible
  • Birthplace of the flag, Argentine cultural monument.
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  • Great place to relax under the trees or under the Sun and take advantage of the view of both the river and the city. It is a good idea to go with pets or children. On weekdays it is excellent exercise and weekends with cute day is usually filled with people. You can buy some food in carts or street vendors. Unfortunately the weekends the rags are abused by the amount of people who are going, and day of week for the number of people leaving the car there to go to work.
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  • very nice Park
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