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Monumento Nacional de La Bandera & Landmark Walk - City Walk Rosario - Argentina

The first thing to check out the Monumento Nacional de la Bandera, which is an impressive sight and offers plenty to do. The massive 70-meter (230-ft) tall monument commemorates General Manuel Belgrano, who is credited with creating the Argentine flag. The tower stands on the exact spot where the first Argentine flag was raised and is a source of great pride for many Argentineans. Below the monolith is a museum celebrating flags from nearly every country of the American continents, from Canada to Chile. Don't forget to head to the top of the tower for the views during the day, but the monument itself is most impressive by night when it is bathed in blue lights and looks like a massive replica of the flag.


Santa Fe 581

Rosario, Argentina

City Walk

Getting There
Stroll down the Córdoba foot mall, through Plaza 25 de Mayo and onward toward the Monumento Nacional de la Bandera.

Travel Tips:

The flag ceremony is at 8:15 a.m. and 7 p.m. (6 p.m. in winter). The observation deck is not accessible for persons with mobility problems; five sets of steps must be climbed before reaching the elevator.

The monument, inaugurated June 20, 1957, was designed by Ángel Guido. Alfredo Bigatti and José Fioravanti did the sculptures. The entire complex represents a ship.

Price Description:

Grounds and museum / crypt free; observation deck $0.60

Relative price: Budget

Open Hours from:Monday 2 p.m., Tuesday-Sunday 9 a.m.

Open Hours to:Monday 7 p.m., Tuesday-Sunday 7 p.m.

Travel Skills: beginner/easy.

Visit the many museums and cultural centers. Enjoy the beaches and go fishing. Cruise the river, visiting its islands.

Currencies accepted
Argentine Peso

Contact Information:
Phone: 480-2238 / 480-2239
E-mail: info(at)

By Shawn O'Bryant
I am always on the road, always trying to observe and always facinated with my surroundings. I love adventure and luck, both good and...
19 Jun 2010

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