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Plaza 24 September – Santa Cruz

Plaza 24 September

The central square, el punto de partida de la capital cruceña que hace más de 400 años descansa sobre los arenales escogidos por Lorenzo Suárez de Figueroa y Gonzalo Soliz de Holguín, como el emplazamiento final de la histórica ciudad en la conquista platense.

Las primeras casas y calles de la Santa Cruz de antaño, surgieron en torno a esta importante plaza. Actualmente la Plaza 24 September, llamada así en honor al grito emancipador de 1810, todavía está rodeada de edificaciones históricas.

Southwest village, the majestic Temple of the so-called Basilica minor of San Lorenzo Cathedral is located, dating of 1915, an original building which has more than three centuries, el cual en una de su torres que albergan los campanarios, runs the viewpoint of “The Cathedral”.

In the North sidewalk, rises the building built by don Simone Marchetti between 1871 and 1878, that today is home to the governance of the Department, also referred to as “Government House”; and to your left side, se encuentran las oficinas centrales de la Alcaldía Municipal, a building executed between the years 1901 and 1904, by the architect Bernardo Cadario.

In the corner of the streets of Ayacucho and independence, is the building built in 1917 and where today is the historical Social Club 24 September; and at the corner of Junin and liberty streets, rises the central building of the Universidad Autónoma Gabriel René Moreno, built in the year 1940 by Dr. Romulo Herrera Justiniano.

Location: Centro del Casco Viejo de la ciudad de Santa Cruz de la Sierra

Source: http://www.santacruz.gob.bo

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