Near the center of Buenos Aires is a beautiful 20-acre park that provides a place to relax. Shady, cool and welcoming, it has benches, paths, statues and an amphitheater. After a hard day of exploring the city, it's nice to have a little time to enjoy a mid-day rest. Best of all, it's central to many of the attractions of the city. On the west side of the park if the National History Museum and, to the north, is the Russian Orthodox Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity. Many restaurants and bistros are within easy walking distance, in case you want to re-charge before going exploring.
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