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Located in the heart of Buenos Aires this statue is a tribute to Don Jose de San Martin, the second most famous figure in the struggle for independence from Spain, along with Simon Bolivar of Venezuela. The laurel wreath on the side is a recent...More
The monument to José de San Martín y Matorras (25 February 1778 – 17 August 1850) and the independence armies is located on the upper portion of Plaza Libertador Gral. San Martin. This is a very beautiful park. Yesterday, being March 12, 2018, a military...More
Jose de San Martin was an Argentinian General who was a leader in the Wars of Independence for Argentina, Chile and Peru again the Spanish. He is regarded as a nation hero of Argentina and Peru.
This impressive equestrian statue is located on the edge...More
It helps to learn the history of San Martin otherwise it probably won't make a lot of sense. We started our bike tour here and they were cleaning it, by the time they got back all the trucks and hoses has left and there were...More
This is a large monument located in a scenic park. It pays tribute to General José de San Martín, who led the movement for independence from Spain and is considered the father of Argentina,
The monument includes many figures; most prominent is General San Martin...More
The monument to General San Martin and to the Independence Armies is an equestrian monument honouring the Argentine National Hero General San Martin and to four landmarks related to Peru´s Independence, the Battle of Salta and the taking of Montevideo. San Martin on his horse...More