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Chapter 23 - The Journalists' Staircase: The existence of the journalists' room dates back to the 1940s, during the administration of President Ortiz.
This large white Carrara marble staircase with grey vein leads from Balcarce 50, to the first floor of the House, where is located the journalists' room. As in other parts of the building, you can see here huge metal coons purchased at the Val d'Osne house in Paris. In the niches, above the walls, amphorae of neoclassical style look.
The existence of the journalists' room dates back to the 1940s, during the administration of President Ortiz.
See Chapter 22
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Publication Date: 08/11/2019
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