Hipólito Restó & Arte
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Hipólito Restó & Arte is a few meters from the Obelisk of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires Argentina. It is a locale that combines art with traditional meals. Located in Calle Sarmiento 948 of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires-Argentina- The president Hipólito Yrigoyen, one of the most respected presidents in the history of Argentina who died on July 3, 1933, lived his last days in the area. His was the most crowded funeral in the history of Argentina, even in comparison with the funeral of Mrs. Eva Perón , Juan Domingo Perón, Raúl Alfonsín. During the president's funeral, a squad of Grenadiers Regiment was present on Sarmiento Street, but public animosity against the government induced tumult. The squad subsequently withdrew, and The coffin was left in the house. The attendants were about to bring it into the hearse, but the roar of the crowd stopped him, "a pulse, pulse, pulse ..." "He shouted. The men wanted to honor Don Hipólito taking him in her arms. The tour of the house to the cemetery of La Recoleta lasted over four hours. He was accompanied by more than 200,000 people. Buenos Aires had never seen a crowd like this. Hipólito Yrigoyen (Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 12, 1852 - ibid., July 3, 1933) was an Argentine politician, twice president of his country (1916-1922 and 1928-1930) and is representative of the Radical Civic Union . It was the first president of Argentina's history elected by universal suffrage.