Museo San Alberto, Cordoba

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TripAdvisor
  • This museum goes unnoticed. It is on the Home Street, the pedestrian street next to the Church of the company ia de Jesus, very nice and cozy, have an interesting sample of the colonial Córdoba.
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  • I went with the guide service that I hired in the Council; beautiful tour with many stories, super exciting every corner.
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  • The Museum is housed in what was once the home of Ignacio Duarte Quirós, who donated it to founding in 1687 the Monserrat school (just one block from its current location) and host to the students of the University who arrived in Cordoba and had no where to stay. In the basement of the College convictorio ran the first printing press in Cordoba, a revolutionary instrument for the dissemination of ideas but in the hands of a conservative power like the Church. The same applies to home to orphaned girls who Fray José Antonio de San Alberto established after the expulsion of the Jesuits. That House was a pioneer in the education of women and inclusive in Viceregal times and there is educating both orphans, mulattoes and girls of high society but always under ecclesiastical supervision.
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  • my daughter was there with the College of the Holy Family and says that it was beautiful and there is a great care congratulations!
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  • A jewel hidden in the city. Museum of religious art
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