To all intents and purposes, this is a beautiful restoration job of a prosperous family's 19th Century home. But as you explore the place, you'll discover another layer of the city's history, going back to the early 16th Century. It took almost two decades of excavating under the house to discover these fascinating echoes of the more distant past, now lovingly on display for anyone to enjoy. It's well worth booking into one of the private tours, hosted by the current owner. Fascinating place.
It feels more luxurious and luxurious.
The villa is nice, it's a very luxurious place. It used to be a private place, but now it is open to the public, but it costs money to enter.
This was originally the official residence of Argentine nobles. After the nobles fled Argentina due to illness, the building is very majestic and luxurious, worth visiting
In the past, the residences of Argentine nobles were quite luxurious, with many garden corridors and wine cellars.