Museo de Arte Hispanoamericano, Buenos Aires

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
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4/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web
Visitors interested in colonial history and art find a lot to appreciate at Museo de Arte Hispanoamericano, housing silverwork from Alto Peru, Baroque string instruments, and religious paintings. Head to the main salon to see the opulent painting on the curved ceiling, and keep your eyes peeled for the exhibit of a 17th-century violin made by master violinmaker Andrea Guarneri. After your amble through the exhibit halls, drop by the museum garden for a refreshing drink. Using our world travel planner, Buenos Aires attractions like Museo de Arte Hispanoamericano can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Let's start by explaining to non Hispanic people that the term Hispanoamericano derives ONLY from the culture created by the Spanish colonisers and what came as a result of their interaction with the ...  read more »
  • It is a beautiful place, a building's first level, very well maintained, it has beautiful gardens, beautiful interior designs and everything is exposed is very well cared. Excellent visit.
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  • This small but very interesting museum was well worth the visit. Lots of great exhibits plus one on violins. Some dated from the late 1600's. It also had a photographic exhibit by Werner Buschof which...  read more »
  • Hermoso espacio!
  • Art from the Spanish colonial era. Lots of religious art and ornate silverware housed in an old mansion surrounde by a walled garden. Worthwhile
  • There are exhibitions of teachers of the photograph and collection of art of the time colonial.
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  • 地方不大,说是艺术博物馆,几乎都是宗教的物器。不过价格便宜,10比索每人,周二到周日开放。闲逛打发时间可以,如果没有很多时间就不用去了。奇怪的是很多人发了拍的照片,可是为什么我进去人家说不能拍照?
  • Excellent Museum
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