Buenos Aires Opera House
One of the best Opera Houses in the world. Opened it's doors in May 1908 with the performance of Giuseppe Verdi's Aida
The Opera house is decorated inside with multi-coloured marble walls and main staircase.
Stain Glass Window
One of the many stained glass windows in the builting
Opera House Stage
The stage is a square measuring 20m x 20m x 15m high. It is one of the largest opera stages in the world.
The auditorium is horseshoe shaped, seats 2,487. It is lite with a large center chandelier with 700 light bulbs and side lighting.
Main nave of the Cathedril
General San Martin's mausoleum is guarded by guards from Argentina, Peru and Chile. Every day there is a changing of the guard cermony.
Mausoleum of General San Martin
1880 Gereral Jose de San Martin's body was brought from France and inturned in the Cathedril.
The old port area of buenos Aires. It has been refurbished with restuarants, bars and specialist stores.
La Boca Neighborhood
This interesting neighborhood is situated on the south east side of the city, not far from the old port.
Club Atletico Boca Juniors Mural
Sports club best known for it's professional football team. Won 67 offical titles since 1913.
Meat in this part of the world is slow cooked on an open fire barbeques.
Created in 2002 by Eduardo Catalano. It opens and closes it's petals depending on the time of day.
Dating back to the 18th centry and is the site for 4691 family vaults. 94 of them have been declared National History Monuments.
This is the final resting place of Eva Peron
Open Fire Barbeque
Now that is a real barbeque. All types of meat are slow cooked until the meat falls of the bone.