Plaza Pringles is a plaza in Rosario, province of Santa Fe, Argentina. Its name is an homage to Colonel Juan Pascual Pringles, hero of the Spanish American wars of independence.
Plaza Pringles occupies a half block in the downtown area of Rosario, beside the historical section of Córdoba St. known as Paseo del Siglo. It is surrounded by the Juan Álvarez Passage, Paraguay St., Córdoba St., and Presidente Roca St. Opposite the Passage lies the old entrance to the Biblioteca Argentina Dr. Juan Álvarez.
The terrain where the plaza was to be located was originally bought by Rosario's Political Chief Nicasio Oroño, and turned into a public space in 1898. It received several names until acquiring that of Pringles.
Address 1549 Calle Doctor Álvarez, Rosario S2000AVA, Argentina
Coordinates -32°56'42.328" N -60°38'39.653" E