Tag: Architecture

02/08
The Ghost House in La Boca

In the neighborhood of La Boca, in the City of Buenos Aires, in the triangle formed by streets Almirante  Brown, Benito Pérez Galdós and Wenceslao Villafañe, a peculiar building rises, called by its neighbors “The Ghost House”. The Building was designed in 1908 by Frenchman Gustavo Lignac and caused great […]

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05/04
Walking Arround La Boca Neighborhood Caminito La Boca Ciudad de Buenos Aires

A journey through the history of one of the most traditional neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. We will visit the The Museum of fine Art of La Boca getting to know every detail of Quinquela Martin life

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18/11
Walking Tour Arround May Square

How many times did you pass through Plaza de Mayo? Do You know the place well? Sure….? If you have any doubt, do not hesitate to sign up in the Guide Visit. On  November 28th, 2pm, we will meet at the May Pyramid. Please reserve a place! We will travel […]

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22/10
5 stops during the Night of the Museums

There’s a time in the year when all the Museums in the City are open and that date is fast approaching. 31st October, 8PM to 3AM. Below, our top 5 must see!

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12/09
Walking Tour Arround Recoleta

This September 19th a new walking tour arround Recoleta! A journey through the history of one of the most traditional neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. The history of the Franciscans , their expulsion and the subsequent modifications made by Alvear , the first Mayor . The Church of Pilar with its […]

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31/12
Meet the Barolo Palace inside!

Surely, many times, you admired this magnificent building but not entered. We bring you some pictures of this  unique and spectacular building! If you are interested in knowing this and other buildings of the Architect Palanti, comunicate with us: info@perfectargentina.com

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15/11
One of the oldest houses in Buenos Aires: Elorriaga Heights

Built between 1812 and 1820, Elorriaga Heights is the oldest two-storied dwelling house still standing in Buenos Aires. The name “Elorriaga Heights” refers precisely to the fact that the house has two storeys and was owned, at the time of being built, by Juan Bautista Elorriaga. The house is located […]

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