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Malvinas Fallen Monument

This monument is a tribute to the fallen in the Malvinas War of 1982, it was inaugurated in 1990 and it was installed 25 black marble plates where the names of 649 fighters are engraved. To preserve the equality of the fallen on the reminder plaques the military ranks of the combatants were not included. The honors of all the Argentine people included the shields of the 23 provinces and the National Shield, and also remembering ex-survivors a plaque with the phrase "The Nation also pays homage to those who keep in their body or memory the traces of combat." This monument is guarded by two bodyguards of one of the three Argentine armed forces: the Army, the Navy and the Air Force.

The work was done by the architect Andrés Morán

Buenos Aires


There were many controversies on where to erect the monument, finally, a very significant place was decided, surrounded by British monuments.

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Av. Del Libertador Gral. San Martín 50