El "Ciudad de Rosario 1°" es el primer barco turístico de pasajeros construido en Rosario y, por sus características de construcción, el único en su estilo en la República Argentina. Ubicado en uno de los puntos más significativos de nuestra ciudad, frente al Monumento a la Bandera, desde 1971, está dedicado a la realización de Circuitos turístico-culturales y Eventos.
The Dr. Ángel Gallardo Provincial Natural Sciences Museum (in Spanish, Museo Provincial de Ciencias Naturales Dr. Ángel Gallardo) is a public museum in Rosario, Argentina, specialized in biology. It was founded by Professor Pascual Maciá (a professor and zoologist) in 1945, and is currently administered by the provincial state of Santa Fe.
La función de La Casa del Agua es hacer las veces de centro receptivo de las visitas educativas que delegaciones escolares realizan a la Planta Potabilizadora (Rosario, Provincia de Santa Fe, Argentina), con el objetivo de conocer la importancia del agua para la vida, los procesos necesarios para su potabilización y la necesidad de hacer un uso responsable de la misma.
The Ludueña Stream (in Spanish, Arroyo Ludueña) is a small river (about 19 kilometres (12 mi) long including its tributaries) in the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, which starts near the city of Rosario and flows through it, mostly east-southwards, ending in the Paraná River in the neighbourhood commonly known as Arroyito, near Rosario Central's football stadium.
Decorative Arts Museum “Firma and Odile Estevez” Former private house filled with amazing and eclectic artworks turned museum. The Firma y Odilo Estévez Municipal Decorative Art Museum (in Spanish, Museo de Arte Decorativo Firma y Odilo Estévez) is the former home of the Estévez family in Rosario, Argentina, which was donated to the Municipality of Rosario in 1966 and was turned into a museumin 1968.
Municipal Museum of the City (Rosario)'s wiki: The Museum of the City (in Spanish, Museo de la Ciudad) is a museum in Rosario, Argentina. It is located at 2300 Oroño Boulevard on a corner of the Parque de la Independencia, and is administered by the municipal government of Rosario.
The Macro owes its creation to the desire to display some key artworks by contemporary artists, such as the etchings of the “Juanito Laguna” series by Antonio Berni (rewarded at the Venice Biennale in 1962), The “Concepto Espacial” (1951) by Lucio Fontana, works by Di Tella and other local artists the 60’s, alongside comtemporary Argentinean and international artists.
Parque Alem shared Pasa en Rosario's album — in Rosario, Cuna de la Bandera. · January 1, 2017 · El Carnaval de la ciudad, celebración popular que recupera una tradición de trabajo familiar y colectivo, promueve la cercanía entre el Estado y los vecinos a través de un esfuerzo conjunto.
Parque de España, from the steps of the Cultural Center. The Parque de España (Park of Spain) is an urban complex in Rosario, Argentina. It comprises the park and a cultural centre, with a total surface area of 10,000 m², located near the historical centre of the city, on the coast of the Paraná River.
The Parque de la Independencia (Independence Park) is a large public park in Rosario, province of Santa Fe, Argentina. It is located near the geographical center of the city, its limits defined by Moreno Street and three important avenues: Pellegrini Avenue, Ovidio Lagos Avenue, and 27 de Febrero Boulevard. It has a surface area of 1.26 km².
Coordinates The Parque Urquiza (Urquiza Park) is a public urban park in Rosario, Argentina It is located in the southeastern end of the city center, on top of the Paraná River ravines. It is bordered by 3 de Febrero St., the coastal Belgrano Avenue, Chacabuco St. and the beginning of Pellegrini Avenue.
Plaza Pringles (Spanish, Pringles Square) is a plaza (urban square) in Rosario, province of Santa Fe, Argentina. Its name is an homage to Colonel Juan Pascual Pringles, hero of the Spanish American wars of independence (who also gave its name to the Plaza Pringles located in the city of San Luis).
Rosario-Victoria Bridge (in Spanish, Puente Rosario-Victoria) is the informal name of the physical connection between the Argentine cities of Rosario (province of Santa Fe) and Victoria (province of Entre Ríos). This roadlink is composed of several bridges, viaducts and earth-filled sections.