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The Water Company Palace
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It's an incredible building, each part of it was was made in France and transported to Argentina by boat
The Water Company Palace Address CORDOBA AV. 1950 Occupying an entire city block, the Palacio de Aguas Corrientes (Palace of Running Water) was built in the second half of the 19th century to supply the city's water. Following the city's rapid expansion and several epidemics, including cholera and…
is a landmark building in the city of Buenos Aires. It was built to house tanks piped water supply of the growing city in the late nineteenth century, wrapped in a sumptuous architecture of imported materials. It is a National Historic Landmark.