The Province of Santa Fe (Spanish: Provincia de Santa Fe, Spanish pronunciation: [ˈsanta ˈfe]) is a province of Argentina, located in the center-east of the country. Neighboring provinces are from the north clockwise Chaco (divided by the 28th parallel south), Corrientes, Entre Ríos, Buenos Aires, Córdoba, and Santiago del Estero. Together with Córdoba and Entre Ríos, the province is part of the economico-political association known as the Center Region.
Restaurants in Province of Santa Fe
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The place can be considered as a masterpiece considering average local arquitecture. As a kid I did have the priviledge to stay in that theatre as my playing ground. (one of my relatives worked there). There is also an annex in which sculptures are displayed. Go to the upper balcony. The view from up there is amazing.
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This stunning monument to the Argentinian flag is something to absolutely have to experience. The tonnes of marble have been crafted into an exquisite location, and each time I go I find myself noticing new intricacies in the carven work. The elevator to the top is absolutely worth doing and gives a stunning view.
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OK, perhaps i've not been to every children's museum, but i've been to a lot of them on 3 different continents...and this one is AWEEEEOME! The artistry of the stations astounded me. It involves the children directly into activities like sawing, soldering, painting, paper making, clay throwing. The kids build onto the stations for other kids to build on to after they leave, creating a sense of community and belonging which i loved. All the people working here were wonderful with my kids. They do speak spanish - and i'm not sure what it will be like with non-spanish speakers.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
This is a must visit in Rosario, the place was packed with locals and tourists and is very historic and the place where the Argentinian flag was originated. Do not miss the flag room downstairs.
4.5 based on 307 reviews
A fantastic example of early colonial times. A must. Both the church and the small adjoining museum are full of beautiful examples of baroque statuary and colonial times furnishings. Do not miss the church's wooden roof, made by local indians without using nails. The courtyard is a haven of peace and beauty.
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This interesting bridge with its multitude of cables going in all directions is a great subject for photography and the adjacent walk along the river Parana is inviting for a relaxing stroll.
4.5 based on 187 reviews
This is a historic local museum, formerly a house owned by a traditional family in Rosario, which shows memorabilia in an authentic setting --rooms furnished and decorated in their original styles, with interesting paintings and cutlery. Worth paying a visit, good central location, downtown.
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The Sala Lavardén is an important theatre in Rosario, formally called Teatro Provincial Manuel José de Lavardén and is part of the culture centre of the same name. It's a refurbished, cultural six-floored building where locals watch movies, plays, musical shows and attend cultural events.
4.5 based on 204 reviews
We arrived on a Sunday and my partner expressed a desire to attend a church service. That's how we ended up here, after our visit to the Bandera Memorial nearby. Like most Catholic churches, this one is also quite impressive. Although the glitz is fairly moderate, the building is interesting with many domes and arches, and the acoustics were awesome.
There is a statue of Jesus lying in a glass box. After the service several people stood or kneeled with their hands on the glass. Outside on the steps there were several people in need asking for donations.
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