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Casa Rosada

Casa Rosada in Buenos Aires; this is the official residence of the president of Argentina. If you've seen Evita, the balcony on the third floor is the location of the song "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina."

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This image is of the Club de Pescadores (Fisherman's Club) in Buenos Aires. The impressive building was declared a national historic monument in 2001. This building was officially opened in 1937 in the presence of the President of Argentina. The club itself however was founded in 1903. An interesting and beautiful place to stop by when you're studying abroad in Buenos Aires with CAPA International Education!

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Casa Rosada, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Location of Evita's speech.

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Eva Peron in Paris, 1947, by Cecil Beaton

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Eva Duarte de Peron, wife of the president of the Argentine Republic, has died from cancer, aged 33. 26 July 1952

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Recently elected President Juan Peron of the Argentine and his first lady, Eva, on a yachting trip in 1946.

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Eva Peron wearing a glamorous evening gown escorted by her husband, The President of Argentina. Pictured at Argentine's Independence Day "Gala Night" at Teatro Colon. Buenos Aires - 30th May 1951

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from Cultura Colectiva

Evita Perón: la cenicienta que llegó a la gloria

Eva Peron, the Former First Lady of Argentina..."Don't Cry For Me, Argentina", Indeed!! Peron Followed Her Husband As the First Female President of a Latin American Country...Gaining the Love of the Masses Along the Way...Her Story Has Been Retold In Print and the Oscar-Nominated Film, "Evita"...What An Influence...What A Step For Women Everywhere!!

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