1. Camping Park
Beautiful park is the Municipal Park at Av. Libertad 1800. This public promenade named after the benefactor who sold the property to the municipality and then distributed the money raised from local institutions is nice place to visit. There are over twenty hectares with more than one thousand species of trees across the country, designed by landscape architect Luis Meister. The park is crossed by a stream which feeds the lake, it has playgrounds, pools, and areas for sports. It has free access and enjoyment for visitors.
3. Museums Tres Arroyos
Museum of History, Archaeology and Natural Sciences with some of the material found in the Arroyo Seco Reservoir. You can enjoy in this cultural presentation of Tress Arroyos with your whole family.
Barrow is a part of Tres Arroyos. Barrow was formed near railway station, and it has true emotion of South America. Don't skip to visit it and talk to its friendly population.
2. Municipal Building
The city has a carefully planned urbanization, which was planned by its founder in 1884. It retains Dardo Rocha styles that Europeans gave to the cities they founded. Main square in two blocks, with the City Hall, eclectic style, and the Parish of Our Lady of Carmen, meets Gothic and Byzantine styles. Avenues has ten blocks and many attractive houses and leafy squares.
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The Dutch community is the largest in the country and one of the largest in South America. Its main economic activity is linked to agriculture.
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