One of the oldest buildings in Buenos Aires with a privileged location on the Plaza de Mayo. It was build as the seat of the Spanish government in the early 1600's. It has undergone many modifications over the years. It was the site of important meetings during the fight for independence in 1810. Today it houses a small museum and is beautifully floodlit at night. Beware of dodgy characters hanging around under its arches late at night.
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