Rosario invites visitors to walk and pay special attention to its outstanding architectural heritage. Further on the historic city center, the pedestrian Córdoba St. and the downtown area expand into emblematic buildings which enable a wide variety of periods and styles to be retraced.
This building is one of the most outstanding examples of Art Deco in Rosario and in the country.
This century-old building built by architect Collivadino used to be the headquarters of La Agrícola...
This building was inaugurated in 1916 as the social headquarters of Jockey Club Rosario.
It was inaugurated in 1970 and it is the bank headquarters.
Located at the corner of Santa Fe St. and Sarmiento St., it is one of the jewels of local architecture.
It was built in the first half of the 20th century. It reflects the opulence of the regional agricultural...
This building, which was inaugurated in 1916, has been declared National Historic Monument.
It dates back to 1929 and it was designed by architects Presas and Arman for La Favorita company.
One of the Art Deco Movement icons in the city.
It was inaugurated in 1899 and it is the oldest mall in the city.
Traditional, Italian-style building with an internal courtyard and removable stained glass.
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