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Museo del Agua y de la Historia Sanitaria, Province of Buenos Aires
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Es un lugar placentero para el que goza de una arquitectura de estilo. Muy bien mantenido y con colores vibrantesIt is a pleasant place for which enjoys style architecture. Very well kept and with vibrant colorsshow original
This is a museum about water management. Complete with toilets. If you speak Spanish fluently, try to do a tour. One was taking place while I was here.. The guide seemed really enthusiastic about what... read more »
O Museo del Agua é um lindo Palácio de Buenos Aires, é enorme, tem uma arquitetura lindíssima, com muitos detalhes, cores e vida. vale a pena conhecer.The Museo del Agua is a beautiful Palace of Buenos Aires, it's huge, has a beautiful architecture, with many details, colors and life. worth knowing.show original
Lovely place, I wish I had the chance to go on the tour but apparently they close at 1pm and only open Mon to Fri. But I did go into the public area and the bathroom is probably the best public bathroom in all of Argentina.
Incredible building! It has a spectacular view and it really stands out in the street, with it's spectacular architecture.
Went at 3:30 pm and told only open 9-3, returned next day at 12:30 and they wouldn't let us in. I thought the woman said they were closed until 1. So, We returned at 1 and were told the museum closed for the day at 1. The hours posted here are 9-5. Wasted two long walks trying to get in.
Job van de Laar
One of the most beautiful buildings in Buenos Aires and another example of the enormous wealth that Argentina at moment possessed. This palacial building is actually in great part a hollow shell that housed a big water pump station for the city. It still houses a small museum and is well worth a visit
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