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  • Italian Art and Architecture in the Chacarita Cemetery 

    Mirta Roncagalli  A few cemeteries in Buenos Aires are true open-air museums. Spaces rich in history and stories tucked between the nooks and crannies of statues, tombs and mausoleums. La Chacarita is one of the most important and impressive cemeteries in the city of Buenos Aires. It not only contains the tombs of relevant figures…


  • A Brief History of Italian Immigration in Argentina 

    Benjamin Bryce, University of British Columbia Italians were the largest group of immigrants to Argentina for more than a century, starting in the 1850s. Significant migration continued after the Second World War, and since then, south-north mobility between Argentina and countries in Europe continues on paths worn by Italians a century before. As Argentine statemen…


  • Stop 6: Monument to Columbus

    Stop 6: Monument to Columbus

    Donated to the Argentine Republic by the Italian community, the Monument to Columbus was sculpted by Arnoldo Zocchi and inaugurated in 1910 during the Centennial celebrations. It aimed to represent what Italians viewed as their gift to Argentina: Columbus’s discovery of America, reframing the figure of Columbus as one claimed by the Italian Argentine community.…


  • Stop 5: The British Clock Tower

    Stop 5: The British Clock Tower

    Affluent British immigrants in Buenos Aires commissioned the British Clock Tower (now called La Torre Monumental) as part of the centennial celebrations. At the inauguration on May 24, 1916, the president of Argentina, the mayor of Buenos Aires, and the British ambassador all attended. The choice of the date was deliberate, as it marked both…


  • Stop 4: Monument to France

    Stop 4: Monument to France

    The Monument to France was designed by Carlos Thays, a French immigrant whose work played a considerable role in the urban renewal of Buenos Aires during this period. Erected on the Plaza Francia, the monument symbolizes the republicanism that France supposedly had gifted to Argentina.  ​ On the four sides of the monument are iconic…


  • Stop 3: The German Fountain

    Stop 3: The German Fountain

    A total of 122 submissions from mainly artists based in Germany were made for the design of this monument. After the first selection was made in Berlin, the committee in Buenos Aires selected the proposal of Gustav Bredow. ​ The German Fountain takes yet another tack but speaks to the common trend of carving out a…


  • Stop 2: Monument to Spain

    Stop 2: Monument to Spain

    The Spanish monument was designed by Catalan sculptor Agustín Querol Subirats. A large part of the statue was completed in 1914, but a final shipment of the bronze sculptures representing the four regions of Argentina sank en route to Argentina, and the final statue was not unveiled until 1926. Topped with a female figure, it…


  • Stop 1: Monument to Giuseppe Garibaldi in Plaza Italia

    Stop 1: Monument to Giuseppe Garibaldi in Plaza Italia

    You are now standing in Plaza Italia in front of the monument to Giuseppe Garibaldi. This monument was inaugurated in 1904 in honor of Giuseppe Garibaldi, a leading figure of the Italian Risorgimento that led to the unification of the country in 1861. Garibaldi had also helped the liberal republican movement in the 1840s in…


  • Tango and Lunfardo: The Italian Influence on Argentine Music 

    Tango and Lunfardo: The Italian Influence on Argentine Music 

    By Mirta Roncagalli Tango, a musical genre and dance born in the Río de la Plata, has a strong Italian influence. Not only were many musicians, composers and singers of Italian ancestry, but the contribution of this culture can also be seen in the language, topics, style, and dissemination of the tango itself. An example…


  • Syria Poletti Film Biography

    Syria Poletti Film Biography

    A short documentary created by the Museo de la Inmigración in Buenos Aires about children’s author Syria Poletti (1919-1991). Born and educated in Italy, Poletti immigrated to Argentina in 1939. Her work focuses on the difficulties faced by Italian immigrants, seen through the eyes of children. Syria Poletti (1919-1991) was born in Pieve di Cadore,…



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