domingo, 5 de agosto de 2007

La "Manzana Franciscana"

Buenos Aires has a new attraction on the cultural, touristic and religious front. It's called the Manzana Franciscana or the Franciscan Apple.

There is a museum and you take several trips to the Basílica San Francisco (every day from 9 - 17), Capilla San Roque (every day at 18), Convento San Francisco (every first saturday of the month at 17) and Pasadizos de San Francisco (saturdays and sundays at 11 and 17). For more info call 4331-0625 when in Buenos Aires, or just go there and take a look!

It's located at Alsina 380, which is one block from Plaza de Mayo. See the map here.

Original Spanish article