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There is no Eva Perón "mausoleum" in the usual sense of the word in Buenos Aires. It's a regular (but largish) tomb found at Recoleta, a "fancy" cemetery in town, so to speak. The site below describes it as a "small mausoleum". It depends on your target audience, but in Argentina we talk about "la tumba de Eva Perón" (people expect a mausoleum to be larger).