In the early twentieth century Teatro Grand Splendid work was built on the foundations of the former North Theatre. Acted in the great artistic figures of our country and abroad. In 1926 he became cinema. The library Buenos Aires is considered one of the ten largest in the world for its architectural splendor, the London newspaper The Guardian said the conservation inside the building opened in May 1919 and converted to library 81 years later, in 2000. The University retained its former glory, with its dome painted by Italian artist Nazareno Orlandi, balconies and original ornamentation. Even the velvet curtain is part of the show, there are chairs scattered in the hall, the stage is used as a reading room and coffee, the boxes are used as tiny reading rooms. I want to stay amid the books, they've learned to take my steps, blowing live through trickery and vital to understand what they created others and to be finally this bit I am. You stayed there in Villa Park, with Thomas Mann and Roberto Arlt and Dickson Carr, with almost all the novels of Colette, Rosamond Lehmann, Charles Morgan, Nigel Balchin, Elijah Castelnovo and editing as scented small yellow Larousse, where fortunately had not entered my name. Of note in the architecture its spectacular dome, a true work of art by the famous Italian painter Nazareno Orlandi reproducing issues with the end of World War I in a style that ranges between Mannerism and Romanticism. No one should pity or reproach this statement from the master of God, with magnificent irony, at once gave me books and night. . . .