To the north of the Administration Palace and close to the Austria pavilion is the National Pavilion of the Argentine Republic, a reproduction of the second and third floors of the Government Palace in Buenos Aires.
The two floors of the building are arranged in flats adapted to allow a large central room, where receptions and exhibitions can take place, and the smaller rooms are intended for the offices of the curators.
The furniture for the pavilion was brought from Argentina, and the decorations are in harmony with the taste and style of that country.
There are maps and pictures of scenes from the country.
Tropical flowers abound in the gardens.