Malargue Regional Museum, Malargue

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Look on either side of Highway 40 and you'll find accommodations to suit your whims and wallet in Malargue's main urban area. Hotels boasting a vast array of amenities and services sit alongside welcoming family-run options. Rental apartments make sense for those wishing to stay a while, to explore the landscape and towns linked up by Highway 40. Alternatively, consider the campgrounds around the town's outskirts and in remoter areas reachable on the 40.
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  • Place to visit. very nice description about the prehistoric times and some really nice indian things exposed. Worth visiting.  more »
  • For an overview of the people who ruled these lands and the way that it is made to indigenous peoples and how they lost them on bad management and lives "of luxury"
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  • I went with my husband admission is free is a route very short all the time we had to a Mr siguiendonos so do not touch and bring us something nose but us was still the truth I do not like things native but very few do not recommend it
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