Bernardino Rivadavia was the first President of Argentina from 1826 to 1827, during the War of the Triple Alliance. He was a lawyer, a Unitarian, and a promoter of a strong central government and a European-style city. He died in Spain in 1845 and was buried in Argentina.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernardino_Rivadavia
Bernardino Rivadavia was the first President of Argentina from 1826 to 1827, during the War of the Triple Alliance. He was a lawyer, a Unitarian, and a promoter of a strong central government and a European-style city. He died in Spain in 1845 and was buried in Argentina.
Bernardino Rivadavia, first president of the Argentine republic. Although one of his country’s ablest leaders, he was unable to unite the warring provinces or to control the provincial caudillos (bosses). Active in resistance to British invasion in 1806, he also supported the 1810 movement for
Biografía del primer presidente argentino, autor de la Constitución de 1826 y de la política de la Revolución de 1820. Conoce su trayectoria política, su formación, su familia y su legado en la historia de Argentina.
Bernardino Rivadavia (1780-1845) was a leader in Argentina's efforts to secure independence and after the break with Spain introduced a vast body of reforms to provide a sound basis for the newly independent country. Bernardino Rivadavia was born a citizen of Spain's colonial empire.
Bernardino Rivadavia ( b. 20 May 1780; d. 2 September 1845), Argentine statesman, liberal, and unitarist. Born in Buenos Aires, son of a wealthy Spanish merchant, Rivadavia was educated at the Real Colegio de San Carlos; subsequently he married the daughter of Viceroy Joaquín del Pino.
Rivadavia retired to Spain, where he died in 1845. His remains were repatriated to Argentina in 1857, receiving honors as Captain General. His remains are in a mausoleum in Plaza Miserere, adjacent to Rivadavia Avenue, named after him. Bernardino de la Trinidad González Rivadavia was the first President of Argentina, then called the United ...
Bernardino Rivadavia was the president of Argentina for a short period (1826–1827); however, his major contribution to Argentine’s political history was to serve as Minister of Government of the Province of Buenos Aires under the administration of governor Martín Rodríguez (1820–1824). During those years, he implemented political and ...