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National Flag Memorial
National Flag Memorial

It stands on the site in which, in 1812, Manuel Belgrano hoisted the Argentine Flag for the first time. This 12,000 ft2 memorial made of...

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The Paper Boat
The Paper Boat

This sculpture was built by local architects Gustavo Augsburger and Daniel Kosik, who chose a quasi-universal icon, so simple and powerful...

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Rosario-Victoria Bridge
Rosario-Victoria Bridge

This striking bridge, inaugurated in 2003, joins the Provinces of Santa Fe and Enter Ríos. The main cable-stayed bridge is 608...

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Boulevard Oroño
Boulevard Oroño

Throughout the middle of the boulevard, there are small squares with palm trees and old streetlights perfect to walk along, or to take a...

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Historic Center and Juramento Walk
Historic Center and Juramento Walk

From the Main Square, the City Hall (also known as “Palacio de los Leones”) is to the left of the walk and the...

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Old Customs Office
Old Customs Office

The Old Customs Office-which today houses municipal government offices-was inaugurated in 1938, based on a project by engineers Ochoa and...

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Pasaje Pan
Pasaje Pan

It is eclectic in style and various art and culture-related stores can be found there. Craftsmen, designers and luthiers display and sell...

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Palacio Minetti
Palacio Minetti

Building was completed in 1931 and it was designed by architects José Gerbino, Leopoldo Scwarz and Juan B. Durand at the request of...

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Rosario Board of Trade
Rosario Board of Trade

This building is characterized by its cylindrical volume corner, with a door framed by Corinthians columns and livestock and farming...

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Palacio Fuentes
Palacio Fuentes

It was designed by architect J.B. Durand and it was inaugurated in 1927. The facade is shown like an open air museum, with reliefs,...

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