Museo Malvinas E Islas Del Atlantico Sur, Buenos Aires

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A sparkling glass facade invites visitors to explore the preserved memory of Argentina's people at Museo Malvinas E Islas Del Atlantico Sur. Since its June 2014 opening, the museum has worked to promote the demand for Argentine sovereignty over the Malvinas and South Atlantic islands. A mix of multimedia exhibits pay tribute to the local typography, flora and fauna, and the Argentineans who gave their lives to defend the islands. The museum is well suited for visitors of any age, with a special interactive area for children. Plan to see Museo Malvinas E Islas Del Atlantico Sur and other attractions that appeal to you using our Buenos Aires online road trip planner .
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  • The layout and exhibits in this museum are nicely done. It is in the back corner of the complex that contains Espacio Memoria y Derechos Humanos. The only problem was that there were no English transl...  more »
  • While the Museum is very new and modern, the tour shows pictures, videos, objects, but is more focused on politics than true stories of the soldiers and the war, though some are very few, and which were provided by the same soldiers out there I would have liked more stories of conscripts. It is an interesting journey to keep alive the memory of the malvinas.
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  • A very beautiful place to learn about the past and the present of the Falkland Islands, and the history of our country and what they represent. Besides that the place is very nice and is well maintained. Special to visit with children
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  • Excelente el museo y los guías. Great museum, great guides. You get to know a lot about history.
  • Excellent museum to keep alive the memory and knowledge of our origins, today opened the child and youth, library with activities to think think and pass it nice congratulations to the director and everyone who works with both dedication
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  • Spectacular Museum. Geographic samples of flora and fauna, climate, the history of the island, and the beginning and consequences of the war with the United Kingdom in 1982. Not to be missed, pity that foreigners not can understand it because it is only in Spanish. A Museum of this caliber technological and informational should understand the world how it all happened. I hope adding texts in English sometime.
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  • Museum on the Islands Malvinas.Excelente. There are guided tours. Interactive. Very interesting. And modern
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  • A large space to remember and commemorate our heroes of the Falklands. The ground floor is how disconnected from the upper floors, and the external sector is perceived to be careless. Thing that most mobilized me was the "cemetery", and very accomplished video that summarizes the process the decision to go to combat. My daughter, the more entertained it were touch screens on the top floor.
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