Museo Arqueologico de Sogamoso, Sogamoso

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Museo Arqueologico de Sogamoso is located in Sogamoso. See Museo Arqueologico de Sogamoso and all Sogamoso has to offer by arranging your trip with our Sogamoso trip itinerary maker.
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  • The entrance to the Museum costs 7000 pesos per person. In the Museum you will find various information about the various peoples tribes and various artifacts. The wooden huts built on the grounds to the locals and the great Temple of the Sun were what liked me best.
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  • The magic of the temple is total. The Museum has an interesting collection, but it seems to me that in the research and conservation work is missing. This museum is in charge of the UPTC so more students of history and Humanities there presence would be expected. Missing dating in long elements.
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  • I lived in Sogamoso and still be living in the city, I do not visit the best sites, since the Museum shows you how worked the Muisca, is an interesting Museum, takes you to be in a different environment. We must improve the signage and parking.
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  • A place to be aware of all the cultural wealth destroyed by the Spanish conquest. Visit the Temple of the Sun will help you come into contact with an Aboriginal community who achieved an unimagined degree of cultural evolution. The Museum has with guides very well formed. Archaeological section would not a renewal come you wrong in the shelves and notices, clearly worn.
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  • A good plan for family and learn about the muisca indigenous culture.
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  • Excellent space to connect with the muiscas and their large footprint for the passed by is Earth.
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  • Because it is in my city and is a historical citium
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  • great experience, enough learning
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