Monumento Batalla Vuelta de Obligado, San Pedro

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Celebrate the strength of Argentina as an independent nation at Monumento Batalla Vuelta de Obligado. Opened in 2010 on the bicentennial of the country's independence from Spanish rule, the abstract monument consists of a horseshoe-shaped chain fence atop a red, eight-pointed star made from tiles. Commemorating the Battle of Vuelta de Obligado, which took place between local forces and a coalition of French and British troops in 1845, the monument also contains a portrait of the leader of the Argentine forces, Brigadier Juan Manuel de Rosas. By using our San Pedro vacation builder , you can arrange your visit to Monumento Batalla Vuelta de Obligado and other attractions in San Pedro.
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  • I really liked this very well echo all landscaped with paths with BBS in posters which have what happened in the battle, it has a beautiful view of the river.
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  • The place has interest in the historical events that happened there, but could be a little more than infrastructure and give a minimum maintenance.
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  • It is located about 20 kilometers from downtown San Pedro. Inaugurated in the framework of the celebrations of the bicentennial of Argentina. It consists of a sculpture with a circular fence of links and the openwork silhouette of the Gral. Juan Manuel de Rosas. The battle occurred a 20 November 1845 and to Lucio Mansilla commanded the Defense placed a few boats that had chains across the River in lands of the Obligado family to prevent the passage of the enemies. The balance was 250 dead and 400 wounded defending our national sovereignty. The ride is not very long, there are several viewpoints, in perfect conditions of cleaning bathrooms and a museum. It is worth visiting it.
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  • A place always very careful; neat and clean. Very nice for tourists
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  • The place has good access, but lack more signs of the historic place. And of the importance that had the battle for our country in the 19th century.
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  • The road to go to Nice there... e nice ride... but the Middle place medium and all cancelled in full February!
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  • Historic beauty. Ideal place to spend the day inside the predio.mate and lonita... nothing more.
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  • Beautiful parked it opened to deep poneele for the Museum and do not speak of the people of the place but the Government...!
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