Paz Palace / Military Circle:
Buenos Aires had one of the biggest repertoires of Single-Family palaces in the world. Probably, the most important one is the Paz Palace, bought decades ago by the Argentine Army, being the Military circle today. The palace was the residence of José C. Paz, who...
Called the Paris of South America, Buenos Aires has one of the largest collections of french architecture in the world outside France. This thread is a brief of all those buildings, starting with the Recoleta neighborhood:
LOS MOLINOS BUILDING: FAENA ARTS CENTER
There's only 2 buildings that survived from the old original Puerto Madero: the silo and the Molinos Building, bought and refunctionalized by the millionaire Alan Faena. These pictures show how the new-rich people of the neighborhood live, a bit...
This thread is dedicated to the oldest neighborhoods of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Those include Microcentro (Montserrat and San Nicolás), Recoleta, San Telmo, and other neighborhood with very old and rich architecture.
Starting with the video of the Microcentro:
PUERTO MADERO - BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
What made Buenos Aires so important since the foundation of the city was the port. The Rio de la Plata was always one of the most relevant commercial points of the south of the continent. Due to the low depth of the river, the ships arrived at an...
Un recorrido de los espacios emblemáticos de la capital argentina
Escudo de la ciudad
Mapa de los barrios porteños
Buenos Aires posee una red de parques y plazas que dejan en evidencia la grandeza con la que fue levantada a un ritmo vertiginoso a partir de finales del...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
HEIGHT: 208 m
FLOORS: 3 floors
ARCHITECT: Richard Battaglia
Torre de Interama por volvidejapon, en Flickr
La estrella del Sur por Agustín Faggiano, en Flickr
Recuerdos del futuro por Carlos/Desde 0, en Flickr
Torre Interama por...