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Housed in what used to be the city’s fort, behind what is now the Pink House, this impressive space was developed to mark the bicentenary of Argentina’s independence revolution of 1810. Exhibits range from old campaign posters (interesting) to the presidential porcelain (dull). The highlight is Mexican muralist David Siqueiros’s restored Plastic Army, a monumental work that he completed in collaboration with several first-rate Argentine artists, including Antonio Berni.

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Museo del Bicentenario

Housed in what used to be the city’s fort, behind what is now the Pink House, this impressive space was developed to mark the bicentenary of Argentina’s independence revolution of 1810. Exhibits range from old campaign posters (interesting) to the presidential porcelain (dull). The highlight is Mexican muralist David Siqueiros’s restored Plastic Army, a monumental work that he completed in collaboration with several first-rate Argentine artists, including Antonio Berni.