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Casa de la Cultura de Buenos Aires

Declared a National Historic Monument in 1995, the House of Culture of Buenos Aires is located in the Avenida de Mayo 500. The structure which houses it was built to host the Diario La Prensa: in 1894 began to be the first building works would be completed by the end of the nineteenth century.

Casa de la Cultura de Buenos Aires

Declared a National Historic Monument in 1995, the House of Culture of Buenos Aires is located in the Avenida de Mayo 500. The structure which houses it was built to host the Diario La Prensa: in 1894 began to be the first building works would be completed by the end of the nineteenth century.

Founded by José Clemente Paz newspaper La Prensa was one that worked in other facilities in the capital, but was on the need to increase their physical space. The main features of the original building can still be seen through a guided tour of the Casa de la Cultura de Buenos Aires.

Among its biggest attractions highlighting the library. However, after the closure of the newspaper in 1951, several specimens of great value were lost. Today, the House of Culture of Buenos Aires is home to the Ministry of Culture, Government of the City.

On the other hand, has public areas for the organization of exhibitions and various art-related events. The House of Culture of Buenos Aires also provides its facilities for concerts, conferences, lectures, children's shows, tango classes and guided tours.