It is a nice Colonial building in Plaza de Mayo. It's a must to understand the history of Argentina. Entrance is free and you can visit the remaining rooms of the building.
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This served as a Government House back in the Colonial times. Built at the beginning of the 17th century, it was said to have been expanded over the years and then reconstructed in 1940. As of now, it serves as a National Museum of the...More
The Cabildo de Buenos Aires was the site of Spain's colonial administration in the city. The building now houses the National Museum of the Cabildo and the May Revolution, and displays original artefacts and documents as well as interactive exhibits on the Spanish colonial era,...More
The Cabildo is one of the historical building and it is part of the spanish era in America. It was used as seat of the ayuntamiento during the colonial times and the government house of the Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata. Today the...More
This place is one of the first buildings of the city, a kind of colonial Town House. It was dramatically modified over the years, and later reconstructed. As a museum it is very simple, extremely low budget, but it is worth visiting anyway.
This building was the town hall during Spanish colonial times and the government house of the Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata. It was originally constructed from adobe and thatch in 1580, with the current building constructed over the second half of the 18th...More
Historical building with few exhibits. Overall it provides a good education about the history of spanish era and the birth of Argentina. Great view over Plaza de Mayo
Lively crafts market on Thursday in the patio. Parts of original colonnade that used to span the plaza still exists. Not much in the way of exhibits. The cafe is a great place to relax. Parts are free but then again no one asked for...More
The site of the first mayor's office in the city, the Cabildo has overcome all kind of events (revolutions, fires, city enlargements surrounding the building) and it proudly shows today the great feats that took place here. Guided tours are highly advisable, and you should...More