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Things to see in José María Ezeiza, Argentina
Jos Mar a Ezeiza is a historic city in Argentina, located east of Buenos Aires on the Atlantic coast. The city was founded by Juan de Garay in 1536 as a defensive post against Portuguese attacks. It became the provincial capital of the newly created province of Buenos Aires in 1776. The city's architecturally significant buildings and scenic setting have made it a popular tourist destination. Highlights include the modern National Library, with an art deco facade, and the Gothic cathedral, home to a notable collection of religious art.
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