"Central Bank" Top 5 Page for this destination Plaza de Mayo, Goverment House, el Cabildo The Cathedral, etc. Tip by sof76

Favorite thing: The Central Bank of Argentina was created in 1935. It is a self-governed body of the National Government, regulated by its Charter and by the Financial Institutions Act.
it has a Museum inside:
The Museum has a permanent exhibit showing its major items. Temporary numismatic exhibits are held on different historical, social and political issues.
The Museum includes a large library open to the public which covers a wide range of general subjects as well as volumes specialising in numismatics, Argentine history and museum-related studies. The library is open Mondays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Its varied material is periodically updated with the addition of national and foreign books, publications, journals, and catalogues.
Guided visits must be arranged in advance by telephone. School groups and adult visitors are welcome to join in these tours accompanied by guides specialised in the history of Argentine currency. Visits are supplemented with audio-visual aids. Teachers and students are given reference material on the different national currency issues.

El Banco Central de Argentina fue creado en 1935.
Existe un museo dentro del Banco Central.

Address: Reconquista 266

Phone: 4348-3500 / 4000-1200

Website: http://www.bcra.gov.ar

Fondest memory: Address: Reconquista 266

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Feb 26, 2006
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