The house in which writer and journalist Rodolfo Walsh lived for five years during the time of the dictatorship (1976-1983) was declared a Cultural Heritage of Argentina.
El Edén, the house directly on the Carapachay River in the Tigre Delta, in Buenos Aires, where the famous character lived between 1971 and 1976, contains historical cultural value for the nation.
It was there that the founder of Prensa Latina and his wife Lilia Ferreyra hid in another time a civil-military regime, so in Memory Week of the Disappeared in that dictatorship, the Permanent Advisory Board had the initiative to designate the property as the heritage of the local people.
In addition, it has been 44 years since the kidnapping and assassination of Walsh by the military dictatorship, so Argentine Minister of Culture Tristan Bauer and Tigre Mayor Julio Zamora signed an agreement to promote the writer’s home titles such as a massacre process.
It must be remembered that Walsh spent his last months in a house in San Vicente, since the army stormed the house on the Carabachai River on September 19, 1976, but its current owners Daniel Argello and Mabel Gomez discovered that the house was inhabited by the writer and his partner in 1996, when she visited Lilia Ferreira. The place itself.
Since then, the angel has preserved the structure and the various objects it contains, among them the memorial plaque installed on the 72nd anniversary of Walsh’s birth.
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