Pueblo Puntano Monument of Independence, San Luis

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History enthusiasts rarely miss a stop at Pueblo Puntano Monument of Independence, a tribute to participants in the famous Crossing of the Andes. View the details and plaques on the stone monument, or just relax in the surrounding park while enjoying the mountainous views. The park also features a picnic area, grills, an amphitheater, and other facilities. To visit Pueblo Puntano Monument of Independence and get the most from your holiday in San Luis, create itinerary details personal to you using our San Luis tour planner.
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  • Monday, April 10-we enter this Shrine opened in 1992 in eternal remembrance of the fallen in the wars for independence carried out by General San Martin. The city of San Luis paid a high contribution in manpower and equipment. The memory of the fallen of the people Link was therefore necessary. Now their remains rest in this beautiful place that inspires peace and that erases some of the horrors of war. Well worth the visit.
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  • A very large and nice complex which allows you to pay tribute to the Puntanos heroes of independence and which has facilities for to spend an afternoon in the Sun with some mates.
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  • No doubt has a lot more sentimental value for the inhabitants of the province, but is a nice place to meet
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