Plaza de Mayo.
Plaza de Mayo is the heart of Buenos Aires. All most important buildings are situated here. Among them tourists will find, for example, Cabido (the building that housed the government during the Colonial Age), the Cathedral, the City Hall and Casa Rosada.
Casa Rosada (Pink House), the official name of which is Palacio de Gobierno, is the residence of the president of Argentina. It is situated in Plaza de Mayo, so many times the building was a part of various happy and tragic historical events in the history of the country. Buenos Aires is home to numerous parks, where nothing will prevent you from enjoying piece and privacy. Park of the 3rd of February is the biggest one in Buenos Aires. The park starts in Palermo District and stretches to the northern border of the city. Not far from this park tourists will find the Zoo and the Planetarium. There are many other great places, visiting which will definitely leave many unforgettable memories. These are the Andalusian Court, the Danish Rosarium and the Japanese Pavilion. Moreover, not far from the park you will find a number of interesting museums.
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