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Centro Cultural Braun-Menendez, Punta Arenas
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
The former residence of one of the pioneers in sheep cattle raising, Centro Cultural Braun-Menendez features a lavish interior full of European furniture, paintings, sculptures, marble fireplaces, and crystal chandeliers. Consult a guidebook in English and take a self-guided tour of this luxurious 1903 mansion, which also houses a regional museum. The mansion, with all its original furniture and ornaments, was declared national monument in 1974, even before it became the property of the state in 1983. When you finish the tour of the first floor, check out the servants' quarters in the basement. Arrange to visit Centro Cultural Braun-Menendez and other attractions in Punta Arenas using our Punta Arenas trip itinerary maker.
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es un impresionante museo que permite conocer la vida de los europeos en magallanes y las grandes desigualdades de la epoca, esta muy bien conservadoIt is an impressive Museum that allows to know the life of Europeans in magallanes and the great inequalities of the time, this very well preservedshow original
la casa está muy bién mantenida , los muebles son todos de esa época , las cortinas, sillas , mesas, etc, es muy hermosa en el sótano hay una caldera que calefaccionaba toda la casa ....imprecionante ... read more »the House is very well maintained, the furniture is all of that time, curtains, chairs, tables, etc, is very beautiful in the basement a boiler to calefaccionaba there are whole House... .imprecionante for those years.show original
El palacio de Sara Braun... Bonito arquitectónicamente, muy bien cuidado, con todo el amoblado, tapices y decoraciones que denotan lujo, poder y dinero... Pero a mi me quedó el sabor amargo de la hist... read more »The palacio Sara Braun... Nice architecturally, very well care, with all the furniture, tapestries and decorations that denote luxury, power and money... But my I was the bitterness of the story of Magellan, as this family was one of the great hacendadas and livestock in the region. And that I recalled that, according to the history, in Magallanes came them sheep and exterminated to them Indian. Our ancestors were hunters and nomadic, therefore a threat to the livestock breeder landowner. And one of the families that paid in golden ears or heads of the Indians was Sara Braum. Visit the Palace, rather than dazzle me, filled me with sadness to remember the other side of the coin.show original
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