Museo Nacional de la Revolución
Monumento a la Revolución
Originally meant to be a legislative chamber, construction of the Monumento a la Revolución was interrupted by the Revolution, and there...
Monumento a la Revolución Observation Deck
A welcome sight in a nation where two breweries control about 98% of the market, Crisanta makes its own porter and sells Mexican and...
One of the best and most authentic Argentine restaurants in town, owned by a kind Buenos Aires native and her Mexican husband. It's all...
Plaza de la República · interesting places nearby
Museo Nacional de la Revolución information
Underlying the Plaza de la República, the Museo Nacional de la Revolución covers a 63-year period, from the implementation of the constitution guaranteeing human rights in 1857 to the installation of the post-revolutionary government in 1920. Explanatory text remains untranslated.