Casa Rosada in Buenos Aires; this is the official residence of the president of Argentina. If you've seen Evita, the balcony on the third floor is the location of the song "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina."
#44 #President #POTUS Of The United States Of America Commander In Chief #BarackObama #FirstLady #FLOTUS Of The United States Of America #MichelleObama dance the tango with tango dancers during the State Dinner at the Centro Cultural Kirchner, Wednesday, March 23, 2016, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
The cemetery, opened in 1822, is home to hundreds of illustrious corpses, laid out in a compact yet very extensive maze of granite, marble and bronze mausoleums. Originally a public cemetery, it is now even harder to get into than the posh flats that surround it. Many Argentinian presidents are entombed here, but most of the cemetery's visitors probably come to see the resting place of María Eva Duarte de Perón, aka Evita.