As Sunday looked like it was going to be a really splendid day, we decided to go with my daughter, my son and one of my granddaughters to the coast to see the river and walk in the sun after many days of forced enclosure. When we passed the statue of the Black Olmedo sitting on the bench, my daughter could not think of a better thing than to make me sit down and take several photos, and really I was tempted so much by both things that the people there told me that I couldn´t stop laughing, so I have trimmed those photos to upload along with several other of his characters and to collaborate with Gisselle corner. I have included the phone number and the website of Rosario ETUR for all inquiries: +54 (341) 4802230 and the web: Www.Rosarioturismo.Com
In an eastern sector in [poi = 628 371] Martin Miguel de Guemes Park [/ poi] there's a place called "Memory Park," where there's a modest monument called "Absence." It was put there on March 24, 2006, in honor of those who went missing in this city during the last military dictatorship and the plaque on it lists their names. The venue is the Park, other data from the official tourism website of the Termas de Río Hondo.
This work in bronze and steel rising in this small square is situated in one of the most prominent streets, Bishop Kemerer Costanera Avenue, surrounded by lawns, shrubs and flowers, and was commissioned in the year 2006 by the large Polish community Missions Czeslaw Dzwigaj . It was done y a famous sculptor of the same nationality as the Pope Traveler, specializing in religious art and creating the different representations of Blessed John Paul II Data is the Portal of the Ministry of Tourism, whose address is 1985 Columbus
Posadas is the capital city of the province of Misiones, northeast end of the Republic Argentina. Currently, Posadas is the with more growth in the region NEA ("Nordeste Argentino") and forms the metropolitan area Gran Posadas. The name honors José Gervasio Posadas, who was an Argentine politician, "Supreme Director" in 1814 of the United Provinces of Rio de la Plata. In this area, both in the province of Misiones and Corrientes, there is a character that is not well known in the rest of Argentina. This is "Comandante Andresito", an army leader, the only fully indigenous one, whose fight on the coast the earned him the title of General. He was born in 1778 and lived little more than 40 years. In his military career, he was adopted by Jose Gervasio Artigas a rioplatense military leader, so that he could be promoted and continue his brilliant career as Andres Guazuzar and Artigas. During the invasions, the captain Andres led the resistance successfully until he fell prisoner to the Brasilians in 1819. He was sent to the prison of Porto Alegre wrapped in fresh leather, which when dries made it hard to breath. It is believed that he died in Rio de Janeiro. In the city of Posadas is a memorial statue was inaugurated in December 2013, in which plate says "Commander Andres Guacurar and Artigas, hero guarana, for his contribution to the epic of Latin American emancipation and its contribution to territorial integrity."
In another corner will comment on details of the museum of Ernesto "Che" Guevara. It is in Alta Gracia, and there lived "Ernesto" for 11 years. What concerns me in this corner, is a statue of Che as a kid because it filled me with awe. It's him sitting on the porch of his house looking out towards the street, hoping that a friend would pick him up to go to school, to play around or to come and sit with him to just talk and watch time go by ... If you stand behind this statue, very close to the head of Ernesto, you can pretend to be him for a while. This statue helped me to think that this man,whether I want to or not, whether or not you agree with his work, he was just like us, once a child, and sitting at the door of his house, waiting to see come to his father to accompany him to work in or you will be sitting there awaited the orders of his mother sending him to run an errand or calling him to eat. In short, all were once children, and that makes us all precisely the same ...