Immigrant Museum Conego Miguel Giacca, Nova Veneza

(4.3/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
Immigrant Museum Conego Miguel Giacca is located in Nova Veneza. To visit Immigrant Museum Conego Miguel Giacca and other attractions in Nova Veneza, use our Nova Veneza vacation builder.
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  • Small place, but with several objects typical of the Italian colonization, right in the Centre of New Venice, a city that is worth a visit, especially for fine dining. Museum staff well informed and friendly! Recommend!
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  • Very interesting to see objects that other generations used in your daily life. Great service.
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  • The Museum houses a collection of objects used by immigrants and Italian descendants. Articles used in the fields, harvesting and processing, clothes, furniture and decorative. For those who were born in the region, it is likely that you have already seen something similar in the houses of the ninth. For tourists, it is possible to have a vivid idea of how was the routine of the colonizers of the region. We were very well attended by Gabriel, that very thoughtful gave us several tours and restaurants in town.
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