Museo de la Memoria, Rosario
(2.9/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
Learn about the history of political violence and state terrorism that blighted the country in the 1970s and 80s at Museo de la Memoria. The museum offers insight into the struggles from that era, including lists and locations of the 637 clandestine prisons that operated during the last dictatorship. While most written information in the museum is in Spanish, some of the exhibits are so impactful that they need no commentary. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Museo de la Memoria by using our Rosario trip itinerary planner.
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  • Because I myself have intensively with the junta period in Argentina, the Museo de memoria could not be missed. Admission is free, but it is requested a voluntary contribution from $20 to make. The Museum has 3 Ausstelungsräume. Everything is in Spanish, so you should be the language. The focus of the Museum is located on the disappeared persons in the military dictatorship. Missing and killed persons are presented, as well as shows how many children disappeared at the time and as many of you already "found". It is impressive that some kids just recently were found. You can see that well on the puzzle pieces in the courtyard. I would have liked more details at that time, the protests of the time and the processing, but maybe that's still. I would not recommend this Museum without prior knowledge and language skills.
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  • Beautiful building with artistic displays and very emotional content could not get to the nightclub where they were photographs Passport missing, by the anguish of the box
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  • A place rescued from the jaws of the real estate market to publicize the recent history of argentina, especially the years of the military dictatorship from 1976 to 1983. There ran a clandestine detention center. In addition the building is something worthy of view by its architecture.
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  • Good care
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  • Others have have good exhibitions, gave a spectacular attention
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  • Excellent
  • very complete and moving
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  • Because it is a place that reveals much about my country
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