Tower (originally called the English Tower) was a gift of Buenos Aires's English expatriate community in 1916 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Argentina's May Revolution. Located in the center o...
Once this clock tower was Torre de los Ingleses (Tower of the English) in Plaza Britannica. Now it’s Torre Monumental (Monumental Tower) in Plaza Fuerza Aerea Argentina (Argentine Air Force Plaza). ...
Torre Monumental is a distinctive landmark in Buenos Aires and it provides an interesting story about the history of the relationship between the British and Argentinian people. Great views and worth ...
Back in Edwardian days, when British shipping still carried more cargo than any other nation’s, a brisk commerce connected the UK and Argentina, and a wealthy British commercial community was based in...
View a stunning example of the Palladian style of architecture when you see the Torre Monumental clock tower in Buenos Aires. Completed in 1916 and designed by Sir Ambrose Macdonald Poynter, the tower was a gift from British residents of the city. The exterior features meaningful symbols, including the English rose and Irish shamrock. Step inside to view a collection of photographs and tourist information about Buenos Aires. You can also take a free elevator to the top of the tower, where a broad view lets you look down upon the Retiro Railway Station and Plaza San Martin.
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