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Museo del Carnaval, Pasto

(4.3/5 based on 15 reviews on the web)
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  • Although the experience to live the Carnival of blacks and whites is very different, if it is tourists who have the ability to be in Carnival it is the best way to get to know them and approach him.
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  • We are more stumbled by chance on this museum as we we wanted to inquire after the Carnival. Admission was free, the Lady of security has taken over the introduction and a brief information about the historical background of the Carnival. The actual Museum is more of a short tour of the winning cars of recent years. Short and crisp, but very nice to see.
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  • It allows you to get an idea of how wonderful that must be to participate in the Carnival of blacks and whites
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  • Really neat way to see some of the history of the black y white festival in Pasto. Some of the previously winners of the float contests are displayed in this museum. They really are neat to see and the museum is free.
  • Vale mucho la pena
  • Spectacular site where converge the joy, culture and nostalgia for the Carnival of whites and blacks, declared Intangible Cultural heritage of humanity by UNESCO. It is worth visiting it!
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  • Amazing and very interesting place
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  • interesting
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