Parque Nacional a la Bandera, Rosario

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web
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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  • Place to not miss if you are going to Rosario. Is surrounded by parks and has a beautiful view of the river.
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  • As an icon of the city, it is impossible to not get to know the monument. This surrounded by beautiful places with green to go to enjoy nature. It is very nice to go outside of the monument and not to be missed is the view from its highest point. The Hall of flags is very interesting. Outside the ride is very beautiful
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  • The Park is nice and well kept. One can walk and sit down to relax especially if you go with guys!
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  • Un icono de la ciudad imperdible
  • nice place to meet once. the most beautiful thing is everything that is near
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  • Very nice Park
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  • A monument impressive!
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