Museo Polifacetico Rocsen, Nono

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Explore an eclectic collection of over 18,000 items at Museo Polifacetico Rocsen, housing archeological finds and everyday pieces from around the globe. Established in 1969, the museum displays religious images, eating utensils, car parts, weapons, old bicycles, vintage motorcycles, musical instruments, human skulls, animal hides, and stuffed animals. Many tourists describe this attraction as the "museum of everything" and consider it a worthy if somewhat unusual addition to a comprehensive tour of Nono. Use our Nono itinerary builder to visit Museo Polifacetico Rocsen on your trip to Nono, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • We were a few days into 15 years ago that he wouldn't and the truth is that grew much, this very well armed and care, let me go with my dog, if you wear strap no problem, I saw other dogs inside, you have to go with long time since there's so much to see that is you pirden things, lamps on the roofs, walls filled with things There is everything, it is not a Museum of "art", is called Museum cars, all of the engines, there is, from carts, clothing, musical instruments, coins, cameras, etc etc... anything that you can think of there and of all time, until there is a mummy, most was coupled by the owner, but Museum is supplied from the donations of the people, that continues to grow, not to be missed! It's great to find things you had in your home at some point in your life
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  • 150 AV input. Not what we were going to enjoy with a boy of 2 years touching everything. You have local memories.
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  • The Museum has a large number of objects with different themes. Many of them reflect the daily life at different times (dolls, valijja, lighting fixtures, radio and television, clothing, fans, cameras, mechanical instruments) and others represent natural collections (butterflies, snails, minerals, fossils). This huge variety of objects is displayed in thirteen rooms and offers a certain carelessness, with many parts overshadowed with thick layers of dust. Entry is conspicuously expensive (in comparison, at least with the museums of the city of Rosario, which I usually frequent): $150 and not delivered any proof. There are no guides or security personnel. For those who like collections can be a good option. For art lovers, I do not recommend it.
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  • An interesting museum with many things to see that I highly recommend to visit if you happen to be in the area
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  • It's beautiful. A very complete collection of an infinite number of objects from different periods. Nice place to visit with children. Go with time.
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