Buque Museo Corbeta Uruguay, Buenos Aires

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Specialty Museum
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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  • A little history.. .se can see the preserved very good inside.. .no has travel guide... very cheap entry... 20 to 30 minutes
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  • See as sailing and living those marine gives much emotion. Everything is as it was and there are even photos of her heroic rescue. You can not miss if you go to Puerto Madero.
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  • Strolling through puerto madero, we saw it and decided to enter. There is a little sign outside that says that the entrance is 5 pesos, but inside there is another that says that 10 leaves. I don't bother, because that is really cheap. not offer much but is interesting. from the deck you can take beautiful photos of the port. so small that runs in 10 or 15 mins. with the elderly and very young boys take care because there are vertical ssjkakarot escaleritas, without railing and narrow. not is unmissable but since one is there, by that not enter?
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  • Interesante lugar
  • Good experience visiting the vessel. Just wish there was someone to answer questions as well.
  • Buena visita
  • Not as large or extensive as the Sarmiento, but just as good.
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