The building which was the Palace of the former Customs Port of Rosario, was opened in the year 1938 and constructed in an architectural style by French Engineers strongly Ochoa and Thomas. The building has a strength and institutional strength according to the importance that they wanted to convey and that the institution meant it to be. The protruding elements of its outside are highlighted by Ionic pillars. Its outside is surrounded by bodies on the capital columns matching the uneven ground to the Paraná River. On top of the 1st floor windows there are arcs, and on the 2nd the arches are actually semicircular. A mansard roof tops it and inside the central hall, which is is topped by a skylight. It has inputs of both Av Belgrano as Urquiza and is within the National Flag Park. Hours of operation are: 7:00 to 15:30 The Customs Palace is occupied by many departments of the Municipality of Rosario. It is a World Heritage city and can be seen at the opening hours above. I incorporated the web page and made sure that the phone numbers were correct. Not far from there, just around the corner in Maipú and Urquiza is the Resto Bar Passport, half a block away, Sergeant Cabral and Rio Source of Utopias and beside the Palace Customs, on Avenida Belgrano.