The destiny made Campana live 24 years which he spent building this city. Huge fan of the auctions he bought all kind of objects, from seats of theaters to old doors of Buenos Aires' Hippodrome and a mill of Netherlands. Recycling all of this in the city he was slowly building. None of the houses he made are habitable. However, all of them are finely finished and beautifully equipped with all the objects Campana collected.
Sus hijos comentan que su padre no le gustaba que visiten su ciudad, que algo para él. Sin embargo hoy, después de varios años después de su muerte, Campanopolis está abierto al público con visitas guiadas que ayudan a cubrir los costos de mantenimiento del lugar. Nosotros fuimos con esta agencia que hace visitas guiadas.
His children say that his father didn't like anyone visiting the city, that was for him only. However, today after several years after his death, Campanopolis is open to the public through guided tours that help cover the maintenance costs. I went with this agency that make guided tours.
The details of this place are endless. In my opinion it is not that "medieval style" but each construction is incredible to discover. For the photography lovers is a great place to make a "photography trip" in Buenos Aires. Here are more of the photos I took: