Near the Government house, this plaza has lots of beautiful buildings and arquitecture and history.
The famous plaza commemorates the countries independence and serves as a main square and landmark within the city.
Important place in Buenos Aires where people meeting to celebrate many things.
Located in front of La Casa Rosada, the executive house of Argentina, La Plaza de Mayo has seen its fair share of political upheaval and energy. This is where the 1810 revolution that led to independence happened. This is where demonstrations in 1945 forced the release from prison of Perón, Argentina's most famous president. This is where Las Madres, who demand justice for their children who went missing during the Dirty War, continue to march every Tuesday. This is where Argentines spontaneously gathered in mourning after former President Nestór Kirchner's death in 2007. La Plaza de Mayo is the political center of the city, and a trip to Buenos Aires would be incomplete without a visit to this historical and political landmark.
Plaza de Mayo is the main square in Buenos Aires, and always been affiliated as a political hub.
The Plaza de Mayo is the very heart and soul of Buenos Aires, and by extension, Argentina. Before independence this was a marketplace, and during the quest for independence, the renowned citizens (freedom fighters) of Buenos Aires met here to plot strategy. After Independence, this became the administrative and political center of Buenos Aires, where political rallies and citizen protests were held.
Pretty famous public space in front of the Casa Rosada where presidents of Argentina have done large public addresses.