Parque Lezama: Uncovering the myths of the foundation of Buenos Aires
RSVP to Ezequiel: firstname.lastname@example.org (when signing up please add your cell phone number)
Many cities have myths of their foundation; Buenos Aires has its own. We will walk parts of Parque Lezama, going back in time to learn about the moments of the foundation of Buenos Aires, and how these became part of the construction of a possible Argentine national identity. We will also visit some selected elements of the National Historic Museum, connecting the park, the museum and Argentine identity.
Cost: BAIN Downtown member: 250 pesos
Non-BAIN Downtown member: 300 pesos
Date: Sunday, July 30
Meeting Point: At the intersection of Defensa and Brasil streets, near Parque Lezama.
Finishing Point: Same as starting point.
Total Time: Approximately 2 hours.
Note 1: Wear comfortable shoes.
Note 2: In case of heavy rain, the tour is rescheduled to Sunday, August 6. Prior notice will be given.
We can accommodate only a small group, so sign up early!
***PLEASE NOTE: If you sign up and then can’t come, please let Ezequiel know so that someone else can take your place.
Ezequiel Cerioni is a member of BAIN Downtown. He has previously led walking tours for BAIN, including:
Subway tour “Buenos Aires from Below” (April 2017)
Colors in La Boca Neighborhood (May 2017)
and the recent “Alvear Avenue: When the outskirts became glamorous” (June 2017)