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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  • This monument is a tribute to the puntano people who participated in the epic of independence along with the Gral. San Martin. It is a large venue, located just a few kilometres (13 approximately) of San Luis Capital. When you travel with a guide is reached to understand the importance and the magnitude of this tribute, I believe that doing so is only without an explanation of the symbolism of the figures (or a previous knowledge) would not it is rating properly. It is best to go early, since the heat is noted.
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  • When general San Martín, asks for help for his campaign the puntano town was the large ally, gave their goods, their work and then the blood of his brave men, that shows us not only to policymakers and managers of freedom of Argentina Chile and Peru but simple men who fought and died for the sake of freedom
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  • It is the story that tells the Guide faces which means, very good the pers querubyna worked, the monument was made and within the found clothes and things that were of san Martín, flags, papers, arrowheads, some weapons, very interesting story and what I saw. for those who like historical things or to take the kids and who know how to place and history
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