(Never Again) - Report of Conadep
Calle Ramón Falco and Calle Olivera, Floresta, Buenos Aires city.
Steel entrance gate, possibly red. A corrugated tin roof some 10 metres high covered most of the buildings. These were new, about 3 metres high, with flat concrete roofs, where there were two or three guards. The entrance was through the guards' post. Prisoners were transferred through a double door. On the left there was a picture of the Virgin Mary, An isolation wing with large pointed windows, blocked with masonry, so that only their tops were left uncovered. Small torture room, latrines. On the other side another torture room, a cell, a photographic and fingerprint laboratory, a special operations office. A kitchen and dining-room opposite. One infirmary for treatment and another for internment. Files and documentation office, another for X-rays. Three corridors of cells, each row of cells with a toilet with a curtain for a door, in the third row a wash-basin and showers. A guard room with a window on to the car park. A larger room was used for the repair of household, electrical and electronic goods stolen during the raids.