Sarmiento historic museum, Buenos Aires

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History Museum
The Museo Histórico Sarmiento Sarmiento History Museum, located in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Belgrano, is a museum dedicated to Argentine history, and in particular to the Generation of '80 and the life of President Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, a writer and political figure who was President of Argentina between 1868 and 1874. There are also sections that show the literary works of Nicolás Avellaneda, his presidential successor and about the revolution caused by the federalization of Buenos Aires in 1880, when the national government had to abandon its location in downtown Buenos Aires and move to the building where the museum is today in Belgrano, then the outskirts of the city.HistoryThe buildingThe building is an Italian-style townhouse, built in 1873 as planned by Juan Antonio Buschiazzo, one of the architects brought in the mid 19th-Century to Argentina by Bernardino Rivadavia. At the time, it housed the executive, legislative and judicial powers of the federal government, when they had to leave Buenos Aires. The National Congress, met in the biggest of it meeting when they declared Buenos Aires as the nation's capital, under president Avellaneda. At the end of the civil war, the Federalization Law was signed in this building. Due to this event, it was declared a National Historic Monument.In 1938, at the 50th anniversary of Sarmiento's death, the federal government dedicated it as a museum. On 28 July of that year, the mansion was dedicated by presidential decree of then president Roberto Marcelino Ortiz, after a proposal of then head of the Historical Museums Commission Ricardo Levene.
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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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  • the Museum on the calle oath in front of the square, shows a beautiful exterior architecture. Within it we find salons that exposed personal objects, letters, portraits, furniture (bedroom, desk, dining room) time, family pictures, excellent printed material of their work. Admission is free, is well maintained, runs with peace of mind in an hour and is really worth.
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  • Beautiful Museum. Also in ino's sides have confectionery. It has workshops and interesting activities for young and old
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  • Missing Organization for receiving the public accredited pre.
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  • Beautiful place. Listen to Esquiú College choir sing the national anthem on the eve of the 200th anniversary of July 9. BEAUTIFUL
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  • Really not says nothing the place.
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  • Very cute
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