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Espacio Memoria y Derechos Humanos ex Esma, Buenos Aires
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Learn about the suppressive history of Argentina at Espacio Memoria y Derechos Humanos ex Esma, a museum dedicated to the victims of the 1976 to 1983 military coup. The building functioned as a school for naval mechanics, then a concentration camp from 1976 to 1983, and now acts as a museum. Inside find collages with pictures of the military coup victims. Take a guided tour to learn about Argentina's dark years, though consider bringing an interpreter as most information presented is in Spanish. Use our Buenos Aires tour planner to arrange your visit to Espacio Memoria y Derechos Humanos ex Esma and other attractions in Buenos Aires.
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Es un lugar con mucha historia, deben visitarlo para conocer mas sobre este hermoso pais, y entender a su gente y los procesos tragicos que han vivido. Es una buena visita.It is a place steeped in history, they should visit it to learn more about this beautiful country, and its people and processes to understand tragic who have lived. It is a good visit.show original
Dietro quelle colonne, un regime vorace inghiottiva uomini, donne e bambini. Un tempio alla crudeltà umana. Un luogo simbolo della pagina più oscura della storia Argentina. Troppo spesso ignorata. Ape... read more »Behind those columns, a voracious swallowing men, women and children. A temple to human cruelty. A symbol of the blackest page of Argentina's history. Too often ignored. Open from Wednesday to Sunday.show original
La ESMA fue uno de los centros clandestinos de detención y tortura más violentos de toda Latinoamérica. Poder recorrer sus pasillos y salas permite conocer el funcionamiento de los campos argentinos y... read more »ESMA was one of the clandestine detention and torture centers most violent of all Latin America. To walk its halls and rooms allows to know the functioning of Argentine fields and the way detainees following since their abduction until its demise. Certainly, not is a place to go sightseeing. It is just that: a space to learn, remember and not allow that they forget the years of Argentine State terrorism.show original
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Impactante, imprescindible su visita
Luis Alberto D'Elia Betolaza
Historical site - a must see - a learning place for humanity
Tatiana VelázquezReally impressive the curatorship of the exhibition of the Esma. Projectors really make the place. The Golden is a video that is attained from way excellentshow original
Julian salernoThe place speaks for itself aloneshow original
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