It has become the most important political landmark of Buenos Aires since the Independence of Argentina was declared in 1810 People with different political ideologies gather here in massive political demonstrations such as those organized by Evita Peron or by the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo . The Plaza de Mayo is also home to major houses of local and national governments as the Casa Rosada (Presidential House), the Cabildo (which was the Government House during the colonial period), or the Metropolitan Cathedral of Buenos Aires.

Location: between Hipólito Yrigoyen 300, Rivadavia 300, Balcarce and Bolívar.