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Casa Rosada

Casa Rosada

Casa Rosada

Quick facts about Casa Rosada

Casa Rosada is famous presidential palace in Buenos Aires. This pink colored mansion offers guided tours. Tours are offered in Spanish and English, and they are free of charge. Make sure to book your tour by visiting the website. An experienced guide will take you around the public areas of the palace, and you can see the amazing architecture, passages and regal atmosphere of the house in all its splendor on the inside.

The palace has been at the center of much of Argentina’s turbulent history and it is one of top attractions of Buenos Aires.

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Interesting facts about Casa Rosada

  • This is actually not a residence of a president, it is an executive mansion.
  • The palace is made of several different buildings.
  • The legend has it that pink color is a result of a compromise between main political parties whose trade mark colors were red and white.
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