Ethnographic Museum Colonial Juan de Garay, Santa Fe

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  • It shows you not only native culture from Santa Fe but from Argentina. There you can see everything about 18´s, the way in which women of high society used to be served, how they born children, differ...  more »
  • The colonial part of the convent is the original building of the colonial era, there are many artifacts from the era. and the family home of the ten Andean heritage and unique housing at foot of that time. What I consider much interest, the capital of the province of Santa Fe, cannot be visited without seeing old town you of the city.
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  • Good day, Friday 5/5/2017 went along with pupils of 4 grade of the school Dante Alighier, to makes the journey by the Museum since this year Santa Fe occurs in the curridula and in my childhood. With corresponding reservation to visit. Upon arrival we attended a Lady which gave us a pantallaszo of what we were going to find... Unfortunately, that was the information that we had at that place. Us was the presence of a temporary exhibition on Cabot was the first Italian in the region, therefore we could not repair it. Would be good to have the Museum life, dynamism, enthusiasm for show relics there they treasure, and also be able to pass it on to the generations who come behind our. The Museum does not evolve as elsewhere in the world. So painfully will continue being a just dumb and old gadgets for guys.
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  • Extremely educational place, a must in historic visit
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  • The most interesting Museum of the city. Very cute and a must-see for anyone who wants to know a little of our history.
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  • Good collection
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  • The sample is not very large but transmits very clearly the life of people in Santa Fe, especially during the colonial period
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  • It is a very nice place to go to unwind, have a good time and learn a little of the culture.
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