- The 'Palace de Glace' of French influence was constructed for the sole purpose of practicing ice skating. With time, this place started welcoming tango dancers, an idea that did not go down well with the elite crowd. When Baron de Marhi organized a celebration in his gallery to approve the dance, this form of art gained acceptance in the high Buenosarian society. Thus it started growing in prestige until in 1932 it became a museum and hall for exhibitions of matchless reputation with the presence of artists such as Perez Célis. Its dance floor is surrounded by theatre boxes and a confectionary and bar!
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