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Evita Perón and women who changed Argentine history

A virtual trip to the roots of feminism in Argentina as you walk around the newest neighbourhood of Buenos Aires: Puerto Madero.

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Adult Ages 8+
$20
$10

Learn about the feminist-focused Buenos Aires neighborhood of Puerto Madero in this livestreamed experience with a local tour guide.

You may remember the musical Evita or the movie where Madonna sings “Don’t cry for me Argentina”.

Loved and hated in equal measure, Evita had an intense and controversial life. In this experience, you will learn about her poor childhood, her life as the first lady, her social work, her importance for Argentina’s feminism and her tragic death.

In the 1990s, an urban-revival movement breathed new life into the unfashionable area of Puerto Madero, and as part of the makeover, the neighbourhood’s streets were each named after an important Argentine feminist icon. From Eva Perón to Alicia Moreau de Justo, you’ll learned about the women who shaped Argentina and how their legacies live on today.

Join us in this online city tour to the roots of feminism in Argentina.

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