Evita Fine Arts Museum (Palacio Ferreyra)

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This is the Evita Fine Arts Museum, housing, among others, the works of Emilio Caraffa, Juan Carlos Castagnino, Gustave Courbet, Fernando Fader, Francisco Goya, Emilio Pettoruti, Pablo Picasso, Joaquín Sorolla, Lino Enea Spilimbergo, and Ricardo Supisiche.

The museum maintains 12 exhibit halls, a sculpture garden, library, and an auditorium for 120.

The museum's building is known as Palacio Ferreyra. The house, a Beaux-Arts mansion designed by French architect Paul-Ernest Sanson, was built between 1912 and 1916 for Dr. Martín Ferreyra, a prominent local physician and surgeon, as well the owner of limestone quarries and the biggest lime factory in Argentina at the time.
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