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Museo de la Pachamama, Amaicha del Valle
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Visit the quirky Museo de la Pachamama, designed by self-taught painter and sculptor Hector Cruz. Divided into four rooms, the museum houses a collection of local stones and minerals, models of indigenous houses, tools, clothing, and musical instruments. Two galleries exhibit the artist's paintings and tapestries, made from local wool. Roam the large courtyard to see abundant sculptures of the fertility goddess Pachamama and other deities sprawled around a stone patio and cacti plants. Put Museo de la Pachamama into our Amaicha del Valle travel itinerary maker and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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Lindo lugar que obligatoriamente tenes q pasar a ver. No hay aventura, pero si hay mucha historia. RecomendableCute place that necessarily have to go to see. There is no adventure, but if there is a lot of history. Recommendedshow original
Ce musée privé vaut vraiment le déplacement. Trés grand espace exterieur avec enormément de sculptures en plein air et sur les murs. C'est de l'art moderne mais inspiré des traditions ancestrales. Art... read more »This private museum is really worth the trip. Very large space outside with lots of outdoor sculptures on the walls. It's modern art inspired by ancestral traditions. Accessible artist. The prices in the shop are correct.show original
este lugar es excelente vayan les recomiendo pasen por tafi del valle y el mollar es hermoso la vista y la puesta del solThis place is excellent you will recommend passing through Tafí del valle and the mollar is beautiful view and the sunsetshow original
Marta BoscoThis place me liked by that is a tribute to the culture pre-Columbian of the place... the Sr cross descendant of people originating... .plasmo in this great work all them customs and religion... with their gods, the presence of the demon... a collection of stones semi-precious... utensils... representation of a time homey... prayer and worship to them gods... when it visit with a contingent the guide was keen to us sacaramos photos... .poco explained the origin of them stones... time that hard building this beauty... is a craftsmanship artistic and architectural in honor of the native people... congratulate Sr Cruz (even not be if live) and his family for the work... worthy of being visited and more... advertised another detail as tourist is I fail to understand if the Museum is a private, provincial or national... they have no good knowledge guides of the quota... and serious that the Museum has its guides... good is beautiful and with a good guide organized and microphone are jajajaja very well this work...show original
María del Carmen ArraigadaA magical place!show original
Carlos PerazzoExcellent place, not to be missed, well organized, nicely decorated and explained. Very good taste, a place beautiful and to spend several hours.show original
Cesar BergagnaVery good place... The only thing to say is that the Guide could mention less Mr. Cruz... Or change you the name to the Museum... and Da Vinci are thought so!...show original
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