"Case De Liniers" Top 5 Page for this destination San Telmo Tip by Sonador3

San Telmo, Buenos Aires: 83 reviews and 120 photos

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by Sonador3

Between 1806 and 1809, Santiago de Liniers, the next to the last Viceroy of the Rio de Plata lived here. In his hall (living room???) the British General Beresford agreed to the terms of surrender after the 1806 invasion. It's located on a quiet little street and in all seriousness some pretty important shenanigans took place here. Liniers copped the pad from his in-laws.

Directions: 469 Venezuela Street, near Defensa
Phone: 30243616880
Website: http://www.feriadesantelmo.com

Review Helpfulness: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated May 26, 2004
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