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Terrazas del Portezuelo, San Luis
(4.3/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
The sparkling glass pyramid of Terrazas del Portezuelo stands out against the mountain landscape in the province of San Luis. The building complex opened in 2010, acclaimed as the first sustainable public buildings in the country and accredited by Al Gore's Climate Reality Project. The buildings house the new House of Government, as well as four other ministerial divisions in buildings that surround a public, civil square. The sleek, modern design of the buildings sharply contrast against the surrounding green open plains, low brush, and mountain range. Use our San Luis vacation trip planner to visit Terrazas del Portezuelo on your trip to San Luis, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • a very original and very cute, place it is a bit far from the Center but can be reached at cole. a cute visiting place
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  • The building itself is very opulent, like working in those offices with view to the mountains. There is also the bicentennial milestone, from where you can see some places in the province.
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  • The administrative headquarters of the Government that not only has a modern architecture that can be seen in its facade but also has lots of comfort with spacious inside and it is very important for those who work there: natural light. The mountainous landscape is characteristic of the province and suitable for hiking, trekking. Noteworthy: there is a shelter designed with adaptation to the environment very well done to wait for public transport.
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  • Very good location
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  • Excellent ibicacion, is a guide already that is a few meters from the new terminal of San Luis
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  • Decentralized, cost more money and time arrive, not all those spaces Ministerial is found here
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  • The location is beautiful and has an excellent vantage point for visiting
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  • Very good architecture
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