The Water Affairs Building is also a colonial building. The buildings here were built and designed by the French. After many years of use, the building is also a very important location. The free time for visiting here is also very short.
A French-style building with a beautiful architecture, it is difficult to capture the entire building with ordinary shots. You must visit Buenos Aires!
The west gate is the office of the water company. After entering the lobby, there is a sign indicating that Museo is upstairs. If you arrive at 11 o'clock, a staff member can lead you to the interior and explain in Spanish. You can see the historical evolution of the water plant. It is worth visiting.
The exterior walls of the building are brightly colored, adding vitality to the icy building.
It's not considered a scenic spot or a landmark building.
It is a unique work of its kind, true testimony of the importance given to public hygiene and drinking water by the rulers of the time.
You have spent a lot of time and money getting to Buenos Aires. Do you really want to spend more visiting the waterworks? In this case, yes! It is just a 5-minute walk from El Ateneo Grand Splendid...
One of the most outstanding buildings in Buenos Aires built for humble purposes. The symbol of golden era.
Loved the history of this palace while on the city tour. If you like architecture, it is delightful!
It's definitely worth stopping by just to take pictures of this massive ornate building, if not to tour the inside. This building is a must-see. It's ginormous and ornate. It's really spectacular. It ...