Some places are brimming with memories. When citizens pass by, they can feel their profound significance. Others, on the contrary, remain silent or invisible to the public eye.
Remembering is a daily task which requires "making those places speak out" through their materiality, so that there's a record of what happened and happens to us, and, above all, so that "the new generations" can inhabit and resignify them.
This tour invites visitors to discover some of the sites dedicated to remembering the events occurred during the last civic-military dictatorship (1976-1983) and the years prior to the coup d'état in 1976.
The old house whether detainees from all over the region lived or died was decided there. Their families...
Former Information Service/Clandestine Center of Detention
The threads of memory are woven to keep its fragility away from oblivion
Iconic square, which bears the name of the hero of the Argentine Independence
General Confederation of Labor
Built in 1892 as a Palace of Justice
Would take political prisoners who were about to give birth to Martin Maternity Hospital
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