Discovering places & people! A city that surrounds a large parks.
Rosario is the third most important city in Argentina. It is located 300 km (187 miles) northwest of Buenos Aires, on the western shore of the Paraná river. The city is known as the “Cradle of the Argentine Flag” because on February 27, 1812, General Manuel Belgrano raised the newly created Argentine flag on the shores of the Paraná, for the first time.
Me and my girlfriend went there for a weekend and we had a great time. The city is surrounded by a large amount of parks, that people enjoy every weekend. We walked a lot and found beautiful places (the Macro museum, Monument to the Creation of the Flag, Independencia Park) and some curious people.
We hope you like the photos and sorry for my English! It´s not my first language!
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