This monument was inaugurated on June 19, 2005 which is the eve of Argentina Flag Day, as a reminder of the sacrifice young Argentine soldiers and officers made in the unequal struggle for the recovery of our Malvinas Islands on April 2, 1982. Erected to remind the entire community, if only for a moment, the reason why. The printed writing are the names of the dead, symbolizing their value to the Nation, the names are alphabetical and without hierarchy on a black marble wall. You can also see the 5 coats of arms that participated in the war. The floor of this ellipse is different from the esplanade in order to mark a separation between the inside and the outside, no mirror in the center of a circular water in which they are represented, enhancements are made of reinforced concrete and are illuminated from below, the Falkland Islands reflected by its contour. The monument is in the Parque Nacional a la Bandera (National Park of Allegiance), the website and the phone are the ETUR Rosario.
I am going to help you, when you approach a painting by Julio Vanzo, called the bandoneon, which is situated in Urquiza Street, between San Martin and Sergeant Cabral, it is yet another fan of Dante Rosario. Taparelli enthusiasts ve dream of becoming a Rosario lighthouse and part of the independent culture scene of Buenos Aires, with the collaboration of various entities, both public and private, for the concretion of the Museum of Urban and Visual Arts.
Under the slogan "THE CAPITAL´S COLUMNS belong to the people" the newspaper La Capital de Rosario first came out to the streets on November 15, 1867 and was founded by Don Ovidio Lagos. Originally located on the street of Calle Santa Fe, it has moved to Calle San Martin and definitively now to its traditional Sarmiento Street building in 1889. The journal is broadcast in more than five provinces. The Foundation that bears the founder´s name was established in the year 2000 with three areas: academic, cultural and community outreach, providing the same Journal for funding resources. In the same building of the Museum Journal where manual presses with lead type, manual presses used for the first copy and all elements used until the advent of the computer or computer are exposed, such as duplicator photographs, a large auditorium and footage. The Museum is open on Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10am to 12pm and again from 4pm-8pm, and every Sunday from 4pm to 8pm. Guided tours are conducted Tuesday through Friday at 5 pm and on Sundays at 6 pm. The entrance is on Sarmient o Street 763 and the phone number is +54 (341) 522 6076. What I wanted to do today was to tell you that on Saturday the 4th, I went out with my friends and now I always have the camera in my wallet, something that is a little crazy by the way, but I saw the newspaper La Capital lit and I did not want to miss-out sharing with you how nice it is to see at night.