Museo Malvinas E Islas Del Atlantico Sur, Buenos Aires

(4.2/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Museo Malvinas E Islas Del Atlantico Sur by using our Buenos Aires trip generator.
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  • The museum combines the flora and fauna of the Islands with the history. There is much that one not see in it school and that not circulates by the media. I had the fortune to visit the Islands and this museum shows very well the part of flora and fauna. It's very exciting and has some corners of art and fun. It is free and you park easy on beak Street. Ideal for visiting out of Bs As Liberator. There is to go.
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  • The Museum is very well, is very nice to go with guys, a little painful for them adults by what represents but is well treated. The impeccable building, technology, film archives, interactions with the public, everything first. The part outside is neglected and the access is impossible of understand.
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  • We went to the place to visit the Espacio Memoria y Derechos Humans, but as we arrived early, we were invited to visit the Falkland Islands Museum. For our astonishment, the Falkland Museum is impressive. It's all very well assembled and presents a very critical and realistic vision of the problem of the Falkland Islands. There is criticism of the War as well as his own vision on the field of island nationalism pervades and localisms. The Museum leaves the impression that the conflict of the Malvinas is of interest to them all of the Global South, especially for the Latin America and Caribbean countries, which have suffered, and still suffer, with colonialism and imperialismos in countries such as the United Kingdom.
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  • Worth the pena visit the place, it visits guided is interesting.
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  • Very good sign, the attention and the environment
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  • You explain very well there are interesting things and videos with audio original. 👌
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  • A very interesting place (to thoroughly explore throughout the campus), the museum itself is excellent, very emotional. With multimedia technology raids, put art, photographs, objects and everything that one expects in a place so. All Argentine should visit it, and really we cannot forget what happened with each soldier subjected to this atrocious war. Easy access, ample parking, free entrance, guides, excellent facilities.
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  • Beautiful place. It is worth visiting it. The Ghent very careful and responsible.
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