Museo del Pasado Cuyano, Mendoza

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  • The Cuyo past Museum is located in the Montevideo Street in the city of Mendoza. It is an old House that was built in the year 1873 and which formerly occupied the entire block. She lived the Governors Francisco and Emilio Civit. It is a delicious walk through many of its 26 rooms that boast a beautiful style furniture English and French of the 19th and 20th centuries. It is also home to one of the latest chapels with its altar of wood and gold and religious images brought from Spain and great artisanal value. It was declared a national historical monument by Decree Nac. NO 2282/70. In the Museum operates also the historical studies of Mendoza and your library board. Passed through this noble House and stayed in character of the political life of the country as Julio. A. Roca, Nicolás Avellaneda, Miguel Juárez Celman, Domingo Faustino Sarmiento and Pedro Mont, among others. The entrance is a collaborative bond and guided by experts and students are. It is a cultural walk highly recommended!
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  • I visited during a Conference on the historical José of San Martín character. And the truth is that everyone should visit him! It's amazing! It is like a time tunnel that lets you feel in the past when everything was riding... It is important that tourists visit it (especially abroad), many arrive in Argentina with a way of thinking and this is one of those ways that make them change the way they think... It is the identity of the Argentines, or even just of Mendoza... Many can be or sympathetic non-characters of the past, but whatever they did... They took us to this moment, to be a wonderful province!
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  • We went to this small museum walk-we were staying too close. Outside the building is very beautiful. The Director received us, how kind of person. Very friendly, talkative and well informed. The acquis on Mendoza's story is truly amazing. However the Museum lives exclusively of donations, and no amount of government funding of Argentina, which is unfortunate, because the Museum really represents an important part of the history of the province and Argentina: San Martin sailed from Mendoza when he crossed the Andes to fight along with the Chilean Bernardo o' Higgings the expulsion of the Spaniards. Lots of weapons, clothing, objects, antique furniture, works of art are exposed, illustrating the history and local culture. Recommended!
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