34) Plaza de la República
35) Teatro Colón
36) Teatro Presidente Alvear
37) Teatro General San Martín
38) Teatro Opera y Gran Rex
Its current name was officially given in 1822 in honor of the argentinenan city of Corrientes, in recognition of his zest in the cause of the May Revolution.
This famous street, subject of several locals tangos, born in Puerto Madero (Eduardo Madero Av.), extending 8.6 km to end in the neighborhood of Chacarita (Federico Lacroze Av.).
In its long journey, is changing its architecture to adopt the characteristic of the porteños neighborhoods which are crossed. So the first strectch, belonging to the district of San Nicolas, set in a predominantly business area, up to find the pedestrian street Florida. From this and during all the way up to Callao Avenue, becomes the hub of nightlife in Buenos Aires, both locals people and tourists can walk all the time, entertaining with its artistic and cultural shows or in a book shop (many of which are open until late at night). In this stretch, lie an endless recognized theaters, scene of the finest examples of lyrical and artistic all over the world.
From Avenida Callao, there are numerous and recognized cafes, restaurants (mostly pizza) and traditional tearooms, ending in the tango neighborhood of Abasto.
For all this reasons, the journalist Roberto Gil popularized the phrase in the ’50s: “Corrientes, the street that never sleeps”, referring to it.