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El Zanjon

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February 3, 2019
Restored labyrinths & urban archaeology on the site of the first Buenos Aires settlement in 1536.
Maria Teresa
Maria Teresa
October 8, 2018
Zanjón de Granados will take you to see the old colonial Buenos Ayres (yes, with a Y)
May 13, 2018
A fascinating trip into the bowels of colonial Buenos Aires, this site allows you to walk through tunnels in San Telmo that were restored and opened to the public in the 1990s. Check out the daily hours: not always open.
Rocio Elizabeth
Rocio Elizabeth
February 28, 2018
The Tercero del Sur, known at the time of the city's founding as Zanjón de Granados, was a stream that ran from today's Plaza Constitución towards the Río de la Plata estuary via Pasaje San Lorenzo. In the 1980s, the current owner of this site accidentally stumbled across an incredible…
May 21, 2015
a bit of the city's history beneath the earth...

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“Modern Argentine cuisine in a casual setting. High quality, gourmet meals at reasonable prices. ”
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“You can rent a bike or take a tour. We like to ride over to Puerto Madero. The streets are super quiet there. Then, ride through the Nature Reserve and along the Costanera Sur where you can get a choripan from the street vendors. ”
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“Sintesis is my favorite restaurant in the city. It's a small and hidden place in Recoleta neighborhood where you can go to heaven with stuff like Tiradito de salmon, Gyozas, Ebi mango roll, Pepper salmon (don't miss this one), the Sintesis sushi plate, or the best ramen in western hemisphere. Chef Oscar Lin may also surprise you with one of his signature cocktails. While you eat, you'll be listening to John Coltrane, Miles Davis & friends, and watching the exhibition of a local visual artist (each 6 months there's a new one). Unmissable. But do reserve in advance.”
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“The construction of this church started by the end of 1734, designed by the Jesuit architect and monk Andrés Blanqui and the intervention of his partners Juan Bautista Primoli and José Schmidt.”
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755 Defensa
San Telmo, CABA C1065
Telefon+54 11 4361-3002
Web sitesielzanjon.com.ar
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