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Plaza civica - Bariloche
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The Bariloche Civic Center is a building complex located in the city of San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina. The project, designed by architect Ernesto de Estrada, was inaugurated on March 17, 1940. The complex was declared a historic monument in 1987.

The architectural group includes a number of buildings surrounding three sides of a square, open on the north side with a great view of Lake Nahuel Huapi, which is located about 50 m level. The square is completely covered with flagstone pavement, and at its center stands an equestrian monument of General Julio A. Roca.

In addition to the functionality of the buildings that make up the Civic Center, in conception sought to provide the city of Bariloche an architectural landmark that would serve as a launch-class resort.

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