Born in the 18th century as the small rural village of “Pago de los Arroyos”, and recognized as “Illustrious and Faithful Villa” in 1823, Rosario became a city in 1852, starting a period of booming growth. Nowadays, a summary of that past can be toured through the emblematic buildings that stand around 25 de Mayo square (Main Square).
At the heart of the historic center of the city, this Museum houses a permanent collection of European...
Classic-style building, with two outstanding Carrara-marble lions at its entrance.
In 1748 it was a family residence that later served as Police Station, Fire Department, and Jail.
Heart of the Historic Center, this square holds meetings, processions, and National Celebrations.
Former site of the first two-storey house in the Pago de los Arroyos hamlet.
The great icon of the city, just a few steps away from the river and the historic city center. Arriving here...
It was the highest of its time. Films were projected from the tower to a screen in the square.
Built on the grounds of the chapel that gave spiritual aid to the first inhabitants.
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