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Museo de La Reconquista, Tigre
Categories: History Museums, Specialty Museums, Museums
Those interested in the Spanish empire or South American colonial history should not miss Museo de La Reconquista. The house, now converted into a museum, served as headquarters for Viceroy Liniers--a French officer of the Spanish Empire--in the resistance against the British invasions of the early 19th century. Some staff here speak English, but bring a phrase book along with you just in case. Don't leave before paying a visit to the picturesque gardens at the back of the house. To visit Museo de La Reconquista and other attractions in Tigre, use our Tigre trip itinerary planner.
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Fuimos el Día del Maestro a pasear por Tigre y uno de los puntos a tocar fue dicho Museo. Se encuentra muy bien ambientado y refiere principalmente al rol de Santiago de Liniers en la reconquista de B... read more »We were the day of the master to walk by Tiger and one of them points to touch was said Museum. It is well decorated and mainly concerns the role of Santiago de Liniers in the reconquest of Buenos Aires during the British invasions. It has a very economic input and is worthwhile.show original
es un lugar recomendable que le agrada tambien a los niños , se observan cosas interesantes de nuestra historiaIt is a good place which likes also to children, there are interesting things in our historyshow original
Fui con un grupo de turistas ecuatorianos, el valor del museo es gratuito y cuenta la historia de la defensa en la primera invasión inglesa, encabezada por santiago de liniers. También hay muestra de ... read more »Went with a group of tourists Ecuadorian, the value of the Museum is free and has the history of the defense in the first invasion English, headed by santiago of liniers. There is also a display of art and cultural events.show original
Jose LuisI was a Sunday within the schedule of opening and not could enter. The gate was opened but all the closed rooms and no staff found that he could assist me.show original
Tomas VerettoniVery nice buildingshow original
Irene Beatriz Vivas OropezaVery nice Museum to have a good time in the company's historyshow original
María JantusThis very well presented, clean, tidy and didacticshow original
Oscar Alfredodddcf Baez BurgosdkkdVery cute walked by Tigershow original
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