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Museo Santa Felicitas, Buenos Aires
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Museo Santa Felicitas is located in Buenos Aires. Museo Santa Felicitas is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Buenos Aires Edition.
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Me encanta la historia dale Felicita Guerrero! Hicimos na visita nocturna por los tuneles y cenamos en el templo eacondido escuchando tango! Paseo diferente y muy interesante!The story I love dale congratulates Warrior! We did na nighttime visit by tunnels and had dinner at the eacondido Temple listening to tango! Different and very interesting ride!show original
En un Buenos Aires moderno, cosmopolita y que no deja de asombrar, surge, enclavado en el porteñisimo barrio de Barracas este complejo histórico que cuenta la historia de la quinta de la Patricia fami... read more »In a modern, cosmopolitan Buenos Aires and it never ceases to amaze, it emerges, nestled in the neighborhood of Barracas portenisimo this historical complex which tells the story of the fifth of the patrician family Alzaga and wretched history of Felicitas. Their tunnels are in the Museum where guide never ceases to amaze with the anecdotes of the time. The visit ends at the unfinished private oratory, in whose Atrium the Baires Symphony Orchestra delights unexpectedly, not only with his Orchestra, but with the presence of Tenors, baritones and sopranos who interpret classical opera. Pin the soprano dressed as send me butterfly. Meanwhile, in a makeshift Auditorium dining room tasting a hot dish with a glass of wine (included in the price of the ticket) to help remove damp tunnels accompanied by the musical cold. To view a Bs As from another optical reminiscent.show original
Aunque ya estaba en conocimiento de la romántica historia de Felicitas Guerrero,fue muy interesante visitar el Museo. El guía,residente de Barracas,no solo informó sobre la historia ,sino que dio cant... read more »Although it was aware of the romantic history of Felicitas Guerrero, it was very interesting to visit the Museum. The Guide, resident of Barracas, informed not only about the history, but it gave amounts of data of Buenos Aires at the time. The Customs and to the cuisine. We went underground, old, damp, that preserves ancient elements that a very old person, myself being recognized as familiar things of my meat infancia:picador, sewing machines, irons iron heated on the wood stove for the then ironed our starched overalls... Old photos of houses now absent for having been victims of progress. Recommend the visit, that culminates in the chapel dedicated to Santa Felicitas by the Sr.Guerrero, the namesake of his daughter that has an architecture admirableshow original
Viviana RosasTraditional school of barracksshow original
Mirta freitas de carvalhoVery happy kids, but would be good a little more demands and tasks. With the first grade was well Assistant so that those who know something can progress and all learn something.show original
Gustavo CarbonaroInstitution in the neighborhood of Barracas.show original
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