Instituto Cultural Argentino-Norteamericano

Buenos Aires

Focuses on English-language courses but also hosts occasional artistic talks and workshops.

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1. Galerías Pacífico

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2. Iglesia Santa Catalina

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4. Palacio Haedo


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5. Museo Mitre


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7. Museo de Armas

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8. Palacio Paz

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