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|The Casa Rosada, officially known as the Palacio de Gobierno - Government Palace - is the official seat of the Executive Branch of the government of Argentina.||09/16/2005||387|
|Built in Italian style in 1873, the Casa Rosada, "Pink House", is officially known as the Palacio de Gobierno, the Government Palace. It is the official seat of the Executive Branch of the government of Argentina.||09/23/2005||401|
|Outside Portacomaro in Italy the Bergoglio house stands. It was the home of Pope Francis I's father Mario JosÚ Bergoglio before he emigrated to Argentina. Today it's owned by Pope Francis's cousin Delmo Bergoglio.|
|The 1978 Football World Cup was held in Argentina. It was won by Argentina who beat the Netherlands 3-1 after extra time in the final. This win was the first World Cup title for Argentina who became the sixth team (after Uruguay, Italy, Germany, Brazil, and England) to be world champions.|
|Casa MilÓ, also known as La Pedrera, is a building designed by Antoni GaudÝ, built in the years 1905 to 1907, and one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.||10/22/2005||1,133|
|Casa Mouraria shown in construction, although the villa was completed and occupied in Spring 2005. The luxury 7 bedroom villa has its own pool, jacuzzi, tennis court, disco, and expansive gardens.||09/05/2006||540|
|Casa de Pedra (House of Stone) - located in Old Highway of Santos - Serra do Mar - S.Paulo/Brazil. Touristic Landmark.||11/13/2005||356|
|First work of binational character that joins with the cities of Concordia city (Argentina) and Salto city (Uruguay). It counts on a train bridge that facilitates not only the tourism, but also the commerce.|
As a result of the Dam, an artificial lake was formed that is one of the largest lake of Argentina and Latin America.
|Another beautiful mountain in Argentina.||10/18/2005||817|
|T-159 (cn 4043)|
Ex Deutsche Lufthansa Kurt Wolfe. Preserved in the museum of Argentina Air force, Buenos Aires.
|Citibank Argentina HQ.|
It was previously located in the downtown but not they moved to Martinez, where Kodak Argentina used to have it HQ some years ago.
|Complete Argentina maps for Google Earth. There're based on Proyecto Mapear's maps.||09/19/2006||1,708|