Cultural Value
Over more than two centuries of evolution, Capilla del Señor has kept the urban space and a friendly local environment.
Domestic architecture originated homogeneous and pleasant places as part of its collective memory.
El Mirador solar tower located at the corner of Urcelay and Estrada (which in 1860 ran a hotel-casino), City Hall, the Parish Church, the two railway stations that speak of past glory, the Buenos Aires
Journalist Museum , Marciano Montalvo House (musician and poet), the Arroyo de la Cruz and surrounding park, the San Martín Square, the old cemetery and countless buildings are some examples of high net worth and landscape that presents a historical area.
In general, its physiognomy, its people and a different lifestyle make Capilla del Señor a village on the plains of Buenos Aires with its own identity. Part of its urban area was declared a National Historic Landmark, by Decree No. 1648/94 of the Executive on the basis of the proposal based on particularized studies performed the National Commission of Museums, Monuments and Sites.

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