Buenos Aires (St Andrew's Church)

Avenida Belgrano 579
Buenos Aires


St Andrew's Church, also known as the City Church, or the Scots' Church, is situated in central Buenos Aires. It was built between 1894 and 1896 but in 1950 the tower was taken down to allow for the widening of Avenida Belgrano. It has a number of memorials to ex-pats who settled in Argentina as well as a memorial to the Fallen of the First World War. The church also has a special memorial to Field Marshal Haig.


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