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Plaza de Mayo

Plaza de Mayo
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Avenida Rivadiva, Buenos Aires, Argentina, C1084
From mass demonstrations, political rallies and protests to citizens going about their day, the opulent heritage buildings and monuments of Plaza de Mayo have witnessed everything. The origin of the plaza is as old as the city itself and was founded by Juan de Garay in 1580. Named after the May Revolution, the plaza has been the center of politics of Buenos Aires and harbors some of the most important structures. The oldest monument of the city, Pirámide de Mayo is a white obelisk with a statue representing liberty perched on the top. The grandeur of Italianate mansion Casa Rosada which is the official residence of the President of Argentina, cannot be missed. The town hall, national bank and Catedral Metropolitana are some of the major significant buildings that flank the plaza. The city square comes alive with lights after sundown.
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