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Palacio Sara Braun, Punta Arenas
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Built at the turn of the 20th century, Palacio Sara Braun was once the home of a powerful Portuguese trading family. Today, the building serves as one of the top historical attractions of the city. A large part of the building's appeal lies in its Neoclassical architecture, designed by French architect Numa Mayer. Walk through the residence to observe well-preserved furniture, paintings, and other artifacts from the time of its construction. For travelers who use our international travel planner, Punta Arenas holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Palacio Sara Braun and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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Un lugar absolutamente bien conservado , con infraestructura de la época , una terraza maravillosa, no dejar de conocer la taberna que se encuentra en el subsuelo del edificio, el señor que nos atendi... read more »A place quite well preserved, with infrastructure of the time, a wonderful terrace, do not miss the tavern which is located in the basement of the building, the Lord that we attended friendly and we tell the story of Sara Braun and as arrived in the city. not to be missedshow original
es literalmente un viaje al pasado, lindo lugar, bien cuidado, me encanto, es imperdible, impresionanteIt is literally a trip to the past, nice place, good care, I love, is not to be missed, impressiveshow original
Muy lindo lugar, muestra la historia de esta zona, destaca la conservación de la arquitectura de esa epoca. La casa es muy linda, tiene cosas antiguas, como relojes, teléfono, decoración, vale la pena... read more »Very nice place, shows the history of this area, stresses the preservation of the architecture of that period. The House is very nice, has things old, such as watches, phone, decoration, worth to visit itshow original
Sergio Aliaga Villagrán
Jose Felix Diaz HernandezClean place, very good service, very attentive staffshow original
Andreas PeterA Villa that comes across as a Palace. The estate was built in the late 19.Jh. Today, the building houses a Museum and hotel and restaurant in its interior.show original
Farid MontiThe pub which is where I was, found me it cute, lots of wood, almost looked like being in an old ship by the labyrinth of the place and the dark, atmosphere this good nice music, slowness in mmm attention, but good to spend some time in a picturesque place is well, it is in the sub soil no windows.show original
Fabián ValenzuelaExcellent tour of the history of the city.show original
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