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Gabriel Gonzalez Videla Museum, La Serena
Categories: History Museums, Museums
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La casa donde vivió el Presidente Gabriel González Videla es ahora un Museo de Historia, en especial de la vida y obra de éste. Hay muchas fotografías , trajes y algunos objetos personales, asi como a... read more »The House where lived the President Gabriel González Videla is now a Museum of history, especially of the life and work of this. There are many photographs, costumes and some personal belongings, as well as some objects in the region. Interesting for those who love historyshow original
Es un museo que tiene su colección historica permanente pero tiene una sala de exposiciones temporales que s epresta para muestras de todo tipo de arte contemporaneo ademas de ser sede para diversas a... read more »It is a museum that has its permanent historical collection but has a temporary exhibition room it s epresta for samples of all types of art contemporary in addition to being a venue for various activdiades artistic and cultural.show original
Es una casona grande ubicada frente a la Iglesia Catedral, al otro lado de la Plaza de Armas de La Serena. Fue la casa del ex Presidente y hoy es un Museo de Historia y Arte, donde se exhiben artículo... read more »It is a large house located in front of the Cathedral, on the other side of the Plaza of arms of La Serena. It was the home of the former President, and today it is a Museum of history and art, which displays items and aspects of the life of González Videla. In the Museum there are other rooms displaying paintings and pieces on the history of the region. In his times must have been a House impressive that towards the plaza has two floors and only one for back. We knew little or nothing of the work of this man, but after visiting the Museum and read the murals on what was done in their Government, it seems you Presidents them later fail you or to the ankle. Toured them four rooms relating to his person and were impressed with the photos, belongings, furniture, costumes, awards received,... Glad to know more about González Videla, since after this visit, it changed our assessment of his legacy. It is worth visiting it and know a little more than those who have done something for our country. It is also free.show original
Alex zamoranoExcellent care is very good, experience worthy of a historic past recentshow original
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