Headquarters of the official stadium of the Argentine team River Plate (on the border with Núñez), Belgrano is a purely commercial and residential neighborhood, with a wide gastronomic offer and with tourist attractions such as the Sarmiento Historical Museum, the Museum House of Rogelio Yrurtia and a Church Circular, known as La Redonda, but named after the Immaculate Conception. This neighborhood is well known for Tudor houses, an architectural style of ancient houses inspired by the medieval period, which contrast with the modern and high residential buildings. The tourists that circulate in Belgrano will be able to notice an arch of 11 meters, made of cement and stone, with three levels and adorned with dragons. It is the official entrance of the Chinatown of Buenos Aires, made up of Asian immigrants who arrived in the early 1980s. After passing the arch, there are not only Asian restaurants, there is also a Buddhist temple, and shops with oriental products. It is the tourist point par excellence of Belgrano. The weekends are full of visitors from other neighborhoods.