- Type: Landmarks
NileGuide Expert Says:
If you happen to be in town in early October, inquire about the spectacular annual religious pilgrimage to Lujan.
- This was the Town Hall recognized by the first partially autonomous government of Argentina. It was completed in 1797 after a storied history. Typical of Spanish colonial style, it has two wings that face towards a courtyard, two stories for the middle section and one for the wing that ended at the lot partition, over an annex of prison rows. The facade features two floors with a succession of arches. On the first floor, there is metal balcony that early authorities would use to address the populace. Currently, along with the Viceroy's House, it is part of the Enrique Udaondo Museum Complex.
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- Avenida Nuestra Señora de Luján
- Luján, Buenos Aires 6700
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