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Pasaje Rivarola

Pasaje Rivarola

The amazing Pasaje Rivarola or the Mirror Street has only 1 block and its name is because the buildings on both sides of the sidewalks are identically built. All of them have a ground floor and five floors - the tallests are sheltered - and correspond to even the smallest details. Its construction dates from 1924-26, the beginning and completion years of this beautiful housing complex, that is to say, the best time in terms of style and quality of the materials used. Everything is classic: the ornamentation, the artistic blacksmithing of doors and balconies, the marble floors in the entrances and Slavonian oak in the apartments (three per floor), the elevator bars, and the front simulating Paris stone. If you visit Buenos Aires this is one of the hidden gems that you should visit.

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