Museo Murillo, La Paz
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Conta um pouco da historias das principais pessoas pela luta da independência e as mulheres que também tiveram um papel importante tambémAccount some of the stories of the main people the independence struggle and the women also played an important role alsoshow original
Es un museo muy hermoso donde se conserva la arquitectura, la pintura y todo los accesorios de Don. Pedro Domingo Murillo.It is a very beautiful Museum where is preserved architecture, painting, and all the accessories of Don. Pedro Domingo Murillo.show original
Visitando il Museo Murillo si può avere un'idea di come era la casa di una famiglia facoltosa di La Paz a inizio Ottocento, ma ci si trova di fronte anche a molti documenti e a ricostruzioni della rib... read more »Visiting the Museum Murillo you can get an idea of how was the home of a wealthy family of La Paz in the early nineteenth century, but there is also a lot of documents and reconstructions of the rebellion against the Spanish who brought Bolivia to independence. A course interesting and impressive.show original
Joris EggerThis is a small piece of nationalist propaganda. The basic tenor in the Museum - when something is declared then - is the well-known Lamenta "stolen" access to the sea. A reply or reflection has unfortunately no place in this museum. Now, what is shown? There is a gun room, a room with the war clothing and a Hall with many old maps showing South America and Bolivia, as they once were. In this museum the red thread and a coherent narrative of events I was missing something. Because the Museum but anyway is included in the ticket for the museos municipales, it can yes no harm, pure throw a look here too!show original
Marco Méndez CotoThe Museum claims the law about the Bolivian litoral province. It should be from a political perspective and not teaching thus does not explain the conflict if not the fundamentals of the Bolivian claimshow original
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