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Barolo Palace

Barolo Palace

Barolo met architect Mario Palanti, who carried out the project of a building he had in mind. This would become a property exclusively for rents. Luis Barolo thought, like all Europeans installed in Argentina, that Europe would suffer numerous wars that would destroy the entire continent. Desperate to preserve the ashes of the famous Dante Alighieri, he wanted to build a building inspired by the work of the poet, "la Divina Comedia". This building has a lot of symbolism related to the Divine Comedy. It is worth visiting if you are in Buenos Aires.

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