Tierra Santa, Buenos Aires

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With claims of being the world's first religious theme park, you can expect a unique entertainment experience at Tierra Santa. The park recreates the streets of Jerusalem in biblical times, representing Christians, Jews, and Romans within its scope. Although this is an amusement park, many visitors come here on a sort of religious pilgrimage, so be respectful of those who consider this a spiritual experience. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Tierra Santa by using our Buenos Aires sightseeing planning site .
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  • Charm me!. Interesting confluence of history them the religions. Everything is flawless! The actors, the space, the cleaning. The suitability of the guides that explain each step of the history, cults, faiths with very good atmosphere elsentido, presented with respect and care. I liked the spectacle of dances, the cuisine and the care of the place of the craft fair. Music, performances with museum objects and tributes to the Pope, Gandhi, Mother Teresa of Calcutta. We were very happy the price of admission, you can get promotions and worth the price!
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  • The Park has the call to all religions, but it is clearly a Catholic area devoted to Mary and pictures of Saints and miracles. The Park already in the entry shows the great devotion to the Pope Francisco with clara praising him. I took my daughters and I like to show the Biblical stories and refer to aspects of that era. If you have time it's good to hang out and entertain positively small.
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  • A structure striking representing the time of Christ, the mix of religions and the key moments of history!
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  • In my opinion, it's a must-visit if you're in town. Even for non-christians. This is an experience for specific taste. I would say it was a religious experience for me, but because of the ways it is bad. The animatronics and statues are so grotesque that it's comically beautiful. Jesus resurrecting out of the mountain was something I wouldn't have thought to make in my most cynical dreams. The fact the wailing wall is present with people praying to it (why would it be? they would be praying in the temple at the time it tries to depict), or that there were belly dancers in front of the temple, dancing to Turkish music, was surreal. There is so much to take in at this park, easily spent 3 hours there and had a lot of fun. But you are likely to have a very different experience if you're less secular.
  • Very good place to visit if you want to feel like you are living in the era of Jesus Christ.
  • Place to visit in Buenos Aires. It's all about Jesus, (history of Jesus Christ) You can find many shows inside with really good light effects. This place has nice taste in food, if you are hungry then just don't hesitate to take a bite. You can find spots where you can take photos.(Really nice place for photos) The advantages goes on. But the only disadvantage here is that the tourist who don't speak Spanish can not understand the programmes.
  • Buenos Aires' Haw Par Villa. I had quite a lot of fun here. It's a strange, kitschy, and slightly crazy experience. It's sorta the definition of an "Atlas Obscura" destination: an authentic but very odd journey into a different culture.
  • This is a religious theme park, which shows a cultural perspective and it is better to visit at nighttime.

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