The Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires. It is not too late to enter.

The cemetery was inaugurated in 1872, the first public cemetery in Buenos Aires and became one of the country’s most relevant historical and artistic monuments. The people responsible for its creation were the then Governer Martin Rodriquez and his Ministry Bernandino Rivadavia. The first customers were a black free slave called Juan Benito and a young lady called Maria Dolers Maciel. The site is around 54.843 m2 holding 4,800 vaults. In 1881 the front portico was built in Greek Doric Style by the then-president…
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