Cancha de Boca
This mythical stadium rises on Brandsen street when it intersects Del Valle Iberlucea street. It is one of the most popular soccer clubs in the country.
It has a horseshoe-shaped structure, three superposed trays and a very high inclination angle. Its capacity is for 60 thousand spectators. Founded in 1940, it was then popularly called “La Bombonera” (the candy jar).
Casa de la Cultura
Inaugurated in 1896, this building has a French academicist style, projected by engineers Gainza and Agote. On the first floor, the Gold Saloon is in place. It is an exact sample of a Versailles Palace Saloon. It was the building of "La Prensa"” newspaper and thus it had been provided with transmitters and receivers of news cables and telephones before the beginning of the XX century.
This Theatre is one the most famous lyric houses in the world. Inaugurated in 1908 with “Aida” lyric from Giuseppe Verdi, the theatre has hosted the most important artists of the century. It is provided with a stable company, a ballet, orchestras, workshops, a library and a museum. It is endowed with finest acoustics in opera and a capacity for 3,542 spectators (sitting) and 700 (standing).
Source: Argentina Tourism