Sarmiento historic museum, Buenos Aires

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  • In this building, it functioned for a short span of time the national Government House, at the end of the 19th century. There are parts of the last House of Sarmiento in Bs.As. including furniture and tableware. There is also a book of annotations of Doña Paula Albarracín, only writing that remains of the mother of the hero.
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  • The Sarmiento historical Museum is located in the Belgrano neighbourhood, next to the square of the same name. The building that houses it is neo-classic colonial style with a central tower as the Cabildo and arcades elongated with Corinthian-style front columns. The interior recreates a rather specific time of the history of Argentina, in the second half of the 19th century. Most of the exhibition is destined to the work of Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, President of Argentina between 1874 and 1968 and his successor in office, Nicolás Avellaneda. The content is interesting, but it must be certain fondness for history so that it is not overwhelming. Ideal to go solo or in pairs.
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  • Domingos Sarmiento was one of the greatest Presidents, and showed much concern with education. Just honored in Belgrano by a simple, but nice Museum that holds objects and furniture that were its use. Just outside the circuit, the Museum is interesting, especially for those who have visited other museums and stumbled several times with the name of Sarmiento. The visit is free and can be made with around 30 to 45 minutes. It is close to the exit D subway line Oath.
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  • Really nice museum about Sarmiento's life in an historic building.
  • Nice small museum.
  • We liked the ride on the Museum. Very interesting readings, objects. Very well presented. They serve very good guides.
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  • Good Museum for those interested in the history and especially in the life of Sarmiento. The Museum contains original furniture from his home and the power is great see design and the blending of cultures, since there are several style French, Italian, among others. Anyway, is a very specific visit. It is not mandatory if you are coming to Argentina.
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  • Very nice Museum. A House that was our father's homeland Sarmiento, place where was the Government House during a yellow fever epidemic. Those places that one happens constantly and never comes. BETWEEN! It is worthwhile. In addition a library-very nice, specializing in the period Mitre - Sarmiento-Avellaneda
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