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Museo Casa Rosada, Buenos Aires
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Immerse yourself in a blend of historical and modern architecture at Museo Casa Rosada, built around the arches and foundations of Buenos Aires' former customs house. The underground museum takes you on a visual and auditory journey through Argentina's history, from independence to the present day. Although most of the museum's displays are only in Spanish, many of the video exhibits transcend the language barrier. Descend into the basement to discover the museum's highlight, an immersive mural painted by David Alfaro Siquieros. Plan to visit Museo Casa Rosada and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Buenos Aires attractions using our Buenos Aires tourist route planner.
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Visitar a casa rosada é obrigatório! A visita é gratuita e monitorada, basta agendamento prévio pelo site.Visit the casa rosada is mandatory! The visit is free and monitored, just prior scheduling by the site.show original
Esse é um passeio no qual vamos aprender um pouco da história da Argentina, vale a pena dar uma passada para conhecer.This is a walk in which we will learn a little of the history of Argentina, it's worth stopping by to meet.show original
Un museo muy bien estructurado ya que maneja toda la historia de argentina desde su fundación pasando por sus guerras y hasta la actualidad , tienen unas pinatural inmediatas de David al alfaro siquei... read more »A very well structured Museum since it manages the history of argentina since its Foundation through their wars and until today, have a pinatural immediate David Alfaro siqueiros that is well worth spending more for 3 hours walking around the Museumshow original
Wonderful place to understand the history of Argentina and of the Pink House.
Amazing part of the old city that was dug up and turned into a museum. If you aren't very good with Spanish, the exhibits will be hard to understand though guides are available.
Alan Rafael Oberto Jimenez
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