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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  • The park only becomes really interesting for those who are religious, we took our mother, for she was the maximum for us OK!
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  • Tierra santa is a space that plays part of Jerusalem and where various events are staged and performed with the motto of the Christian religiosity. Is a religious theme park, very interesting. Worth knowing.
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  • The Park is very interesting! This slightly outdated technologically... would be good some things renewed! It is a walk for kids and adults alike! They do not let you enter terms and equipment of mate or terere! The Park has several places to eat with affordable prices. The Park entrances are available in several places with discount or promotion 2 x 1
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  • Very nice experience. Not so creepy as I thought. I liked the fact that they also showed a little about judaism and islam and the middle eastern food
  • 170 pesos ($10 usd) but they don't allow tripods, according to security inside, and the people at the ticket counter outside aren't aware of this policy. And they don't normally offer refunds of ticket price. But if you complain about the unfairness of the situation to the right person, they'll refund your ticket price. I need a beer.
  • Beautiful religous experience. A littlebit anticuated
  • 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.
  • Beautifil place where you can disconnect from everything

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