The 1889 Argentine Pavilion: From Paris to Plaza San Martín in Buenos Aires.

In 1889, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution, the Universal Exhibition was held in Paris: a show in which Argentina exhibited its place as an agricultural superpower. Built by Parisian architects, it was disassembled after the exhibition and brought by ship, to be reassembled in Plaza San Martín, Retiro where it was the seat of the Museum of Fine Arts until 1933. Emerging in the mid-nineteenth century as a result of the Industrial Revolution, and within the framework of a liberal…
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