You arrived in Buenos Aires with Gummy riding a Segway to rebuild the monuments.
After you rebuilt all the monuments, you will travel by trolley to Kyoto.
- Hidden Objects - These are covered by tiles. Remove the tiles to uncover and complete the goal.
- Initially appeared in Level 4 at Buenos Aires.
- Bicho Torito
When you complete all the levels
- Master Builder:
- 100% City:
This city contains 192 levels, consisting of 120 normal levels, 60 side-levels, and 12 Helping Hand levels.
|The famous tenor Luciano Pavarotti once called the acoustics of this 1908 opera house "too" perfect because he couldn't hide his rare bad note!|
|2||Galileo Galilei Planetarium||11-20||220,000||-||-||-|
|People have called this the perfect drive in movie for extraterrestrials – it features twinkling lights, a unique UFO shape, and a projection room with flat-reclining seats.|
|3||Argentina National Library||21-30||260,000||-||-||2|
|The library was conceived as a literature tree: reading rooms float high above ground, and books are stored in a vast system below.|
|4||Palace of Flowing Water||31-40||280,000||-||-||2|
|The 1877 French renaissance palace began as a water-pumping station. It now houses historical records of all Buenos Aires waterworks, proving plumbing isn't always a dry topic!|
|5||Puente de la Mujer||41-50||300,000||260,000||-||3|
|This rotating footbridge is called the Women’s Bridge, because it offers flexibility, strength, and grace – not to mention all the streets in the area are named for women, too.|
|6||La Casa Rosada||51-60||340,000||290,000||-||4|
|This building was allegedly tinted pink in the 1870s as a gesture blending red and white, the colors of the city’s opposing parties. A victory for décor!|
|7||Obelisk of Buenos Aires||61-70||370,000||320,000||-||4|
|It's best to be careful crossing Buenos Aires' busiest traffic circle to get to this monument. But if that journey isn’t harrowing enough for you, you can also bungee-jump from the top!|
|The stadium is called the Chocolate Box because the architect decided his building looked like a chocolate bonbon (or bombon). Well, maybe if you're really hungry!|
|9||Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral||81-90||460,000||400,000||260,000||3|
|Have something to confess while visiting Buenos Aires? You're in luck! The confessionals here are staffed by multilingual priests!|
|Heiress Petronila Rodríguez de Rojas bequeathed this 1886 palace as both a church, asylum, and school for women. Despite her generosity, she's been nearly forgotten. Only a local playground now bears her name.|
|This 1923 skyscraper was inspired by Dante's Divine Comedy. The ground floors represent Hell, while the top floors represent Heaven. Hope you’re going up!|
|12||Palace of the Argentina National Congress||111-120||590,000||590,000||500,000||4|
|In 1913, sculptress Lola Mora’s statues were removed from the building's facade because they were considered scandalous. Times changed, and they were returned in all their glory in 2014.|
Helping Hand levels
Quotes by Sam
- "Bask in the sun of Buenos Aires!"
- "It's better in Buenos Aires!"
- "Life's best in Buenos Aires!"
- "Say 'hola' to Buenos Aires!"
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