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The Kavanagh Building is listed as a NHM on its own article, but I can't find it on any list of Buenos Aires NHMs. It is difficult to get a definitive list, but for now I will not add it. Martín (saying/doing) 19:18, 1 August 2006 (UTC)
I have been compiling this list in a rather unsatisfactory way, piecing together fragments of information from a variety of sources. I have some useful books about museums in Cuyo, Littoral and (I've just found) the Noroeste, but these are not lists. And presidential decrees are yielding useful recent additions from the most reliable source (although they may have been repealed or blocked by Congress). But otherwise this relies on tourist information sites, which isn't satisfactory. They tend to mix up the categories - monumentos, lugares, museos, monumentos artísticos etc. for one thing
So it would be helpful if reliable sources could be added to the remaining examples to help tick them off as actually exisiting. Martín (saying/doing) 10:11, 9 August 2006 (UTC)