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Bovedas De Uspallata, Uspallata
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Built by the Society of Jesus, Bovedas De Uspallata is the site of dome-shaped vaults used in colonial times for melting gold and silver. Observe the distinctive architecture, chimneys, and metallurgy equipment used at that time. Visit the free museum inside for a slice of Uspallata's history, and view the exhibited art, tools, maps, and other bits and pieces from the past. Put Bovedas De Uspallata and other Uspallata attractions into our Uspallata vacation route planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • After a long mountainous stretch arrived from Santiago in a lowland area. Uspallata is a small village that lies in the middle of the Cordilleras of the Andes, a large artificial oases formed by man, with lots of greenery in a place where the desert climate and even sites used for agriculture, which along with tourism are the main sources of income of the local population. The main street houses craft shops, wines, markets, hotels and other establishments and a small museum. Is the meeting point of some highways, has few hotels, hostels, restaurants and even a small Casino, which is legal in that district. We stopped at the restaurant Los Patos, where many tours stop also for lunch.
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  • simple place with not a lot of the famous step of the general san Martín which told us that step not were other army generals.
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  • Excellent historical place, to not miss. I was assisted by the guide in excellent shape. The best FREE, pay 5 euros to enter per person in Europe.
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