It is one of the 10 most famous cemeteries in the world. Rekoleta National Cemetery is beautiful, quiet, beautiful, long vines, grass, deep cemetery, full of years of vicissitudes of sculpture, filled with European-style romance and sadness everywhere, the park is full of sculptures of famous artists'fantastic ideas, endless wisdom of the labor crystallization. Regoleta National Cemetery is the resting place of Argentina's rich and historic celebrities, with about 7,000 Argentine social elites. The tombs in the cemetery are designed by their noble owners, with different layout and decoration, size and style. Mausoleums resemble miniaturized palaces, quiet and solemn, occupying only a few square meters, luxurious more than 20 square meters, most of which are equipped with exquisite marble or bronze sculptures. Many of Argentina's famous families will buy tombs here. Twenty-three Argentine presidents and vice presidents are now resting here. With its noble location, the National Cemetery of Reclaita has become a symbol of identity, status and honor, and the "permanent home" that the Argentine people most yearn for.
One of the noble cemeteries went to a noble cemetery that reflected Argentina's history. It was buried mostly by powerful nobles or patron generals, or great thinkers, artists and other great men. Some of the cemetery's descendants are more prosperous and often repaired, and some families have fallen into ruins.
Where is the cemetery clearly a sculpture park, everywhere are smart works of art. Each grave has its own characteristics, with Western annotations. Personally, I think it's OK to visit it in the daytime under the sun. If it's cloudy or where the sun can't shine, it's really a bit gloomy.
Regoleta Cemetery is Argentina's noble cemetery. Although it is a cemetery, it is a famous scenic spot. There are always many tourists from all over the world. Because it is an aristocratic cemetery, the strength of the family can be seen only by the luxury of the architectural statues in the cemetery. Therefore, most of the cemeteries inside can be called "works of art" and attract tourists to stop and take pictures from time to time. The most soul character of Buenos Aires, Mrs. Bellon, was buried here. She can be found in the direction of tourists when there are many people. It is a black and simple tomb, but it is said that there are always roses on the door of her tomb.
Regoleta Cemetery is a famous cemetery in Argentina. The West has a long history of cemetery culture. Regoleta buries many famous Argentinians and literary heroes. Each cemetery has its own characteristics. It is like a beautiful sculpture works. If you don't mind these friends, you can visit it.
There are many restaurants and shopping malls around the cemetery. It is impossible to change China. The restaurants across the cemetery are full. So for them, death is more important than life. The buildings in the cemetery are really luxurious and nobody can tell you what they look like. They just walk around and look at the flowers.
Mainly to see Mrs. Bellon's tomb, the whole cemetery is quiet, each tomb door is beautifully carved, like a small European-style building, Mrs. Bellon is inserting a few roses, particularly eye-catching. I accidentally passed this place, so I came in and looked at it. The new buildings are not as beautiful as the old ones.
Buenos Aires's main attraction is a cemetary! But what a cemetery! From here you go straight to heaven. It's in Recoleta an easy walk from Casa Ofelia. Take Libertad Street (one block over from Talcahuano) and walk to the end. It's also a nice way to see Recoleta on foot and take in the luxury buildings. For public transport, a bus runs along Parana Street (two blocks from Talcahuano) that goes directly there.