Club Español

A fine example of early 20th century eclectic architecture.

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Inaugurated in 1911, this club for Spanish immigrants is a fine example of American eclectic architecture, combining traditional elements with the vanguard of the time. It was designed by the Dutch architect Enrique Folkers, who blended neo-romantic and Renaissance revival architecture with Flemish architectural influences, German Jugendstil and Catalan modernism.

The "Spanish Club" is witness to the heavy influence of the Spanish immigrant community on Buenos Aires, and in particular on the area around Avenida de Mayo.

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