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Museo Murillo, La Paz

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  • Buy a ticket at Museo Costumbrista Juan de Vargas around the corner on Sucre. You get admission to four museums on Sucre and Calle Jaen. (does not include Museo de Instrumentos Musicales)  more »
  • Most vistors to La Paz stroll Jaen Street. When you do, you should visit the Museo Murillo. It is small, but rather interesting and the architectural touches are impressive.  more »
  • He was the leader of the first cry for revolution on 1809 and executed from the spanish on 1810 on the actually place Murillo. You can see livestile from the beginning of 19th century. To visit this m...  more »
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  • This 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!
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  • The 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 claim
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