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Five Fun Facts about Casa Rosada  1 - Casa Rosada is in Buenos Aires, in Argentina. It’s the office of the President of Argentina. 2 - The mansion is officially called Casa de Gobierno (Government House), but everyone just calls it Casa Rosada (which means “Pink House”). 3 - Casa Rosada was built in 1873, but this has been an important political spot since 1580 when Buenos Aires was founded. 4 - There were two political parties in 1873. One was the “Red” party, the other was the “White”…

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