Buque Museo Corbeta Uruguay, Buenos Aires

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.3/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
Once the largest ship of its kind in the Argentine Navy, Buque Museo Corbeta Uruguay is now a museum on the city's waterfront. Built in England, the ship sailed between 1874 and 1926, serving as a gunboat, school ship, and a rescue ship--it also took part in the revolutionary struggle and participated in numerous expeditions. Before you head to Buenos Aires, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Buenos Aires itinerary planner, to make sure you see all that Buenos Aires has to offer, including Buque Museo Corbeta Uruguay.
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  • And a 1903, who made expeditions to Antarctica. Has several historical artifacts. Visit rapida: 30 minutes. If you are strolling in Puerto madero, no cost give an entry and check.
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  • Two ships is a museum ship in Puerto Madero, so watch out. Similar. This Uruguay-related Museum, in the harbor at.
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  • It is a must-see, in full tourist place, near the bridge of the woman and other attractions, it is a beautiful, well maintained, which helps them to know good details of history, in addition to them offer excellent places for photos.
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  • Interesante lugar
  • Buena visita
  • Not as large or extensive as the Sarmiento, but just as good.
  • Do not enter. Pero is gue is a historical gem.
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  • Muyyy and cute recommended.
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