By its shape, it is the only circular church there in Buenos Aires. And that made the popularly known as "la Redonda of Belgrano". But the Immaculate Conception Church is in that neighborhood has much more to this curious singularity: it was and is the symbol of this area of Buenos Aires from the days when those places were part of a neighboring village to the city, that even used to be summer resort for some "porteñas" families.
What was this bold design? With marked Renaissance influence, the church is notable for its symmetrical visual sense and strength, topped by a large dome (21 meters diameter) that frames the central ring. The dome includes a top flashlight to catch the light from outside.
Ink on a rainy day.