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Museo Murillo, La Paz
(4.3/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
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  • Museum located in calle Jean important to learn more about the history and culture of the city of La Paz
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  • Account some of the stories of the main people the independence struggle and the women also played an important role also
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  • It is a very beautiful Museum where is preserved architecture, painting, and all the accessories of Don. Pedro Domingo Murillo.
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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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