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Congreso

The Congreso neighborhood, west of Avenida 9 de Julio, is a perfect example of the two completely different sides of Buenos Aires, which somehow exist in harmony. During the day, the area is perfect for strolls, sightseeing and photo opportunities. The National Congress building is here in all its stately glory (check out the huge green dome planted on top), as well as other historic buildings, old cinemas and theaters. The grassy Plaza del Congreso and cafés on Avenida de Mayo are lovely places to sit and take in the vibrant city. There is a small flea market in the square near Hipólito Yrigoyen street. But once darkness falls, this part of town (like others in the city center) becomes deserted and a little seedy, with the plaza now the spot where homeless and the police, who keep an eye on them, congregate. It’s still pretty safe, but not an enjoyable place for late-night wanderings. If you want to catch sight of the gritty politics of BA, disgruntled protesters can often be found in the plaza.



Other neighborhoods in Buenos Aires: La Boca, Recoleta, Near Buenos Aires, Abasto, Las Cañitas, Retiro, Centro, Villa Paranacito, Belgrano and Puerto Madero.




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Teatro ColĂłn

The majestic 1908 structure on Plaza Lavalle known as Teatro ColĂłn is among the five largest theaters in the world. Though the stage of this 3000 people theater has seen performances by great ...
Culture and Arts
Congreso, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Centro Cultural de la Cooperacion

This ambitious organization has 12 departments dedicated to the research and development of the social sciences, and three others which concentrate on the different art forms. The CCC actively ...
Gallery
Congreso, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Palacio De Las Aguas Corrientes

Opened in 1894, the Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes once served as the Buenos Aires waterworks, distributing water to the city from 12 enormous tanks (which were filled via pumps in Recoleta located ...
Historical Building
Congreso, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Palacio Del Congreso

139196Argentina’s national House of Congress might look familiar to visitors from the United States–the massive gray stone building was modeled on the Capitol in Washington D.C. The Palacio del ...
Historical Building
Congreso, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires Obelisco

Despite the fact that it was built over seventy years ago, El Obelisco is one of the city’s more modern looking monuments. The 220ft tapered column was built back in 1936 to commemorate the 400th ...
Monument
Congreso, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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