Museo del Agua y de la Historia Sanitaria, Province of Buenos Aires

(3.9/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • So interesting the tour internal, as its architecture. The population of the city of Bs. As it is intended as a masterpiece indispensable to human health, however for its completion. It had already grown significantly, which is exceeded in a very short time. Many of the parts of its architecture were brought from Europe. Among other interesting things, there is a sign of the evolution of toilets used throughout the history of the city.
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  • Re cute space, the Museum is interesting can toar photos of all addresses the sides of the Museum, you can see intrusive health from the beginning of the last century.
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  • On the outside he is wonderful. One of the most beautiful buildings I've ever seen. Well worth dropping by to take a picture. The tour is kinda cool, but adds nothing. I thought expendable. Admission is free.
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  • Really interesting architectural style of the building. Gave it 4 stars because of the strange opening hours: from 9 a.m. till 1 p.m.
  • 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.
  • This place is just amazing. It is literally a monument to water.
  • Incredible building! It has a spectacular view and it really stands out in the street, with it's spectacular architecture.
  • 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