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The Palace of Flowing Waters (Palacio de Aguas Corrientes) is an architecturally significant water pumping station in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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It is incredible to come to know this place, it is full of history and interesting things, you can take a guided tour or go alone, it is recommended.
Beautiful building. Very well maintained. Excellent guided tour.
Fantastic. A great plave to visit and learn about Water Supply by the time in this city.
This building is sure to catch your eye! The materials all were imported to create this particular multi-colored aesthetic. The Palacio de Aguas Corrientes is considered a National Museum and was originally built to hide the water tanks in the middle of the city. If you’re nearby be sure to pop-in for a quick tour!
Fascinating building with a very interesting history
Fantastic surprise! Exterior resembles a palace, interior is a technical structure. Excellent museum with a very helpful and friendly guide. Very interesting stories about the water supply and hygiene in old Buenos Aires.
Nice little free museum. Worth checking out the inside of this imposing building. It's a quick activity, don't plan on spending more than a couple of hours here, if that.
Simply marvelous design and great architecture!
Impressive building with a small museum for free
Since ancient Rome. Tubes and all connected with water in the town. Great architecture. Lovely party place.
A must for Buenos Aires visit. A guided visit to the inners is advisable, there is absolutely no relashionship between outside and inside. If you have interest in history, architecture, engineering, must go.
Nice on the outside, boring inside. The museum was just fine. It's better just to pass through to appreciate the architecture