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The sights in Belgrano

This is a very cosy and well-tended district. There are many parks here, and the neighbourhood itself is literally immersed in greenery. It is pretty difficult to call it a touristic one, even though there are quite a few Buenos Aires sights that we recommend visiting.

Plaza Barrancas de Belgrano, where you can see a replica of the world-famous Statue of Liberty.

A hillside park known as the Barrancas de Belgrano and designed by a renowned landscape architect.

Plaza Manuel Belgrano (Argentinian politician and lawyer), which hosts a fair of local artisans on weekends.

Museo Histórico Sarmiento, where you can see the belongings of the country’s former presidents.

Museo Larreta is dedicated to Spanish art and is located in the building of the former residence of the Argentinian writer Enrique Larreta.

Chong Kuan Buddhist Temple. To get into it, you need to go through the arch, which was brought to Buenos Aires from China.

Chinatown (Barrio Chino) is a very bright and colourful district where you can find a market with various goods and numerous Chinese restaurants.

Estadio Mâs Monumental, known as "River Plate Stadium", is the home venue of the local football club River Plate. The stadium is the real pride of the Argentines, for whom football is the main passion.

Cabildo Avenue (Avenida Cabildo) is a central avenue in Belgrano and a popular street with many boutiques and shops. A metro line also runs along it, making it convenient to move around the district.