Torre de los Ingleses, Buenos

Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Photo by: Ander Aguirre
Date: 2007-01-07
Image ID: 300850
British residents in Argentina in 1909, offered to build this tower as a commemoration of the centenary of the "Revolucion de Mayo". Was inaugurated in May 24, 1916. After the Falkland war in 1982 it's name was changed to "Torre Monumental".

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