This beautiful building is the official government house of Argentina. The pink color is really unique. We couldn't go in as we arrived late for the tour but it was still worth it to walk the surrounding areas.
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Had a chance to spend few minutes front of tha s building. History by itself will tell you how,important was this building and how,important this building is till,nowadays. Many "street" arts on the fence-barriers will tell you what people are hoping for for the future....More
On one end of the Avenida de Mayo and Plaza de Mayo, this is the official seat of the Executive Branch of the Argentine Government. It is not so pink as such to me and indeed its fame came more from the historical moment when...More
Although you cannot get too close, it is interesting to see the veranda that Evita made her final speech to the public.
Last I saw it on TV, Madonna was singing from its balcony! It's the place where Eva Peron faced the descomisados, and Maradona received fanfare upon winning the worldcup. Nice place to visit
The Pink House building was made famous when Evita Perón stood on the balcony - a key moment in Argentinian political history. It is the scene of much of the city's history, it was from the balconies of the Casa Rosada that Juan and “Evita”...More
La Casa Rosada is a must see and right in downtown. However, the park is also a historic place of protests in the city, so watch your pockets as a lot of "piquetes" and any kind of poor people are mostly around too.
Our city tour by foot ended here. We were told that it was once two parts and the center was a newer addition.
Come at 3:30pm on a Thursday Afternoon and you'll see the Mothers of the Disappeared protest at Plaza de Mayo outside - a great thing to see and get a greater understanding of Argentine politics. Building's okay...