Plaza de Mayo is Buenos Aires’ political heart, first mapped out in 1580. Today, the grassy, treed plaza attracts visitors with cameras and relaxing locals, and is also the venue for rallies and gatherings. The center of the plaza features an ... 

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Kathleen S

December 2010

This was the balcony where Evita gave her speeches. There were 2 political parties at the time, one with red and the other with white as the party colors, so they made a pink house showing the unity ... , Kathleen S - December 2010

Pink House (Casa Rosada), Plaza de Mayo

This was the balcony where Evita gave her speeches. There were 2 political parties at the time, one with red and the other with white as the party colors, so they made a pink house showing the unity of the 2 parties.

Yvette A USA

April 2010

Dedicated to revolutionaries of 1810 who helped Argentina win independence, Yvette A - April 2010

Piramide de Mayo, Plaza de Mayo

Dedicated to revolutionaries of 1810 who helped Argentina win independence

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