Palace of Justice of the Argentine Nation

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Palace of Justice of the Argentine Nation
Palacio de Justicia de la Nación Argentina
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View of main facade
Palace of Justice of the Argentine Nation is located in Buenos Aires
Palace of Justice of the Argentine Nation
Location in Buenos Aires
Alternative names
  • Palacio de Justicia
  • Palacio de Tribunales
General information
Architectural style Monumental NeoclassicalEclectic
Address Talcahuano 550
Town or city Buenos Aires
Country Argentina
Coordinates 34°36′7.8″S 58°23′8.7″W / 34.602167°S 58.385750°W / -34.602167; -58.385750Coordinates: 34°36′7.8″S 58°23′8.7″W / 34.602167°S 58.385750°W / -34.602167; -58.385750
Current tenants Government of Argentina
Construction started 1905 (1905)
Completed 1942 (final details)
Inaugurated 1910
Cost m$n 12,832,717.70 (1929)
Client Government of Argentina
Owner Government of Argentina
Technical details
Floor count 8
Floor area 60,100 m2 (647,000 sq ft)
Design and construction
Architect Norbert Maillart

The Palace of Justice of the Argentine Nation (Spanish: Palacio de Justicia de la Nación Argentina, more often referred locally as Palacio de Justicia or Palacio de Tribunales), is a large building complex located in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is the seat of the Supreme Court and other lower courts.

Designed in a monumental Eclectic neoclassical style and constructed between 1905 and 1910, the building is a National Historic Landmark, and has a total floor area of 60,100 m2 (647,000 sq ft).

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