Legend has it that a tragedy occurred on the opening day. The guests were waiting for the owner of the Castillo San Francisco that he would arrive from Buenos Aires, and several hours passed until they learned that he had died.
So, they left the preparations for the party there, even the served tables. And, for some as yet unknown reason, his only daughter and heir never returned. It was closed for 30 years until 1960.
It is reached by a dirt road until it emerges silent, colossal, mysterious and old. The mansion is about 275 kilometers from Buenos Aires and the reader, an entrepreneur with initiative, wants retrieve the giant from Rauch. The palace has 3 floors, 77 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, and 2 kitchens. And it seems that it has no front because all its sides blend in.
Entrepreneurship in a pandemic is a great challenge for Edgardo, and he does not give up. You don’t need big marketing strategies or business tactics. In his letter he only asks, for five years, be heard by the mayor of that town to avoid a demolition that would extinguish many hopes.
To destroy the identity of a people is erase with a stroke of the pen a fragment of the origin of our nation. And destroying the dream of generating work is the counter-project of the architect’s vision, and of his grandfather Eustoquio Díaz Vélez, who was the oldest member of the patriotic military born in the current territory of Argentina that created the May Revolution.
Intendant, heeding a call could avoid devastating a valuable piece of our history.