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Chapter 12 - Salon of Argentine Scientists of the Bicentennial: Originally called the Salon of Diplomats.
It is one of the few areas that retain the configuration of the first Government Palace, at the end of the 19th century.
It is located on the first floor on the west façade overlooking Plaza de Mayo . Through its double-leaf doors, you can access one of the two lodges of the Palace that was the scene of important events. Among others, it was here that Juan Domingo Perón last appeared in public, where Pope John Paul II blessed the Argentine people during his visit in 1982, where the football team greeted after winning the 1986 World Cup and where the President Mauricio Macri celebrated the beginning of his term of office.
Originally called Salón de los Diplomats , it is one of the few areas that retain the configuration of the first Government Palace , at the end of the 19th century. This show was recovered and transformed into a space of tribute to men and women from the Argentine Republic who stood out in scientific activity.
On the walls, the photographs of Emma Pérez Ferreira, Florentino Ameghino, Gregorio Klimovsky, José Antonio Balseiro, Jorge Alberto Sábato, Manuel Sadosky, Francisco Pascasio Moreno, Ramón Carrillo, Rebeca Gerchsman, René Gerónimo Favaloro and Salvador Mazza . There are also three Nobel Prizes : Bernardo Alberto Houssay, Luis Federico Leloir and César Milstein.
Also included is the portrait of Dr. Carlos Saavedra Lamas , first Argentine and Latin American citizen awarded the Nobel Peace Prize (1936).
See Chapter 11
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Publication Date: 05/09/2019
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