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Horacio Quiroga Home, San Ignacio

(3.7/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
Share in the life and times of a national institution and hero at Horacio Quiroga Home.The famous 19th- and 20th-century playwright, poet, and short story produced many nationally loved works. The pleasant walk through a sugarcane plantation leading to the house features small kiosks detailing Quiroga's life. Don't miss the chance to see some of his old possessions, which double as interesting period pieces: a camera, a bicycle, and even a butterfly collection. Be aware that staff here don't speak much English. For Horacio Quiroga Home and beyond, use our San Ignacio itinerary maker to get the most from your San Ignacio vacation.
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  • We visited the site the day of commemoration of the 80 years since the death of Uruguayan writer. Access is very impressive and well maintained Museum.
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  • I found the place abandoned to fend for themselves. There's not much to see, the time was destroyed and not had the work to recover the parts, the electrical machines that tell about the life of Horacio Quiroga Home.
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  • From the place where they are located, the guides serving you, well maintained that are houses, to interactive installations, everything is beautiful. Not to be missed. There is that walking enough from what would be the area Central of San Ignacio until it House, by road of land and low the Sun missionary that is quite wwiii, but it say as notice to who that you make wrong or have problems of mobility because but not passes nothing. Only be water.
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  • It is very little house and furniture original but just as worth going. Very well made reconstruction and the ambience of the House s. On the other hand the way to get this poorly signposted and is ground. It's a nice walk.
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  • A place that left me amazed. Horacio Quiroga just chose the place for inspiration in their wonderful tales. safety pin.
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  • You should go, too bad it's come to less. A penalty. There is a very nice lady who knows a lot and well explained.
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  • worth seeing and meeting the House of the Uruguayan writer Horacio Quiroga, in addition to great writer, was thanks to him that many of the Jesuit ruins were found and recovered.
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  • The venue presents a replica of the first House that the writer built in wood (played for the filming of his biopic), second home (built in stone), some walks and an exhibition hall. Despite denote lack of maintenance, the place is in good condition. Tourist guide is not available.
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