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The Piramide de Mayo is located in the middle of the Plaza de Mayo. The original structure was erected in 1811 but was subsequently significantly renovated in the middle of the 19th century when the new pyramid was built directly over the old both strengthening...More
A monument to celebrate the first May revolution. Do not know why it is called a pyramid as there is little resemblance. The character on top is said to stand for liberty. But when you look on the ground surrounding its base, one would see...More
The Pirámide de Mayo, located at the Plaza de Mayo, is the oldest national monument in the City. Its construction was ordered in 1811 by the Primera Junta to celebrate the first anniversary of the May Revolution. When we visited, the monument was hidden behind...More
Free speech tramps a monument in my book any day of the week, but all of the barriers set up here to facilitate or whatever the protesters make this a poor attraction. Had there been any protesters I would be singing a different song.
Sometimes there are couples of Tango dancer. You can take photo with them with a "big" tip. For male tourist,sexy Tango lady accompanies. For female tourist,handsome Tango gentleman accompanies. It maybe become one of your good memories.