Russian Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity
Probably the unique Muscovite arquitectural example in Buenos Aires, with its beautiful onion shaped blue domes. It can be visited the second Sunday of each month
This church was inaugurated in 1904. The original project was carried out by architect Mihail Preobrazensky (Sacred Synod of Russia) and adapted by architect Alejandro Christophersen.
This church was inaugurated in 1904. The original project was carried out by architect Mihail Preobrazensky (Sacred Synod of Russia) and adapted by architect Alejandro Christophersen
at Avenida Brasil 815, was constructed between 1898 and 1901 by Norwegian architect Alejandro Christophersen. The church features five bright-blue Byzantine cupolas.
“The construction of this church started by the end of 1734, designed by the Jesuit architect and monk Andrés Blanqui and the intervention of his partners Juan Bautista Primoli and José Schmidt.”
“Tango Academy run by the talented Carolina Bonaventura and her lovely mother Leti, highly recommended if you are here to learn or improve your tango!”
“You have to be well-informed in order to find it. Is located on Independencia. On the left, in the direction where the cars go by, next to a garage, there is a double wooden door and a doorbell”
“Go tango dancing When in Argentina, try out tango dancing, or at least watch the professionals. While undoubtedly a touristy experience, the tango show at Bar Sur in San Telmo features top-notch dancing and a small, cozy venue, making the entire experience feel authentic and intimate.”
“Argentinian history museum. Very interesting for those who are curious about this issue. Delightful construction, properly preserved. It is placed into Parque Lezama”