Museo Nacional de Antropología Dr. David J. Guzman, San Salvador

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Learn about the history of El Salvador through a range of archeological, ethnographic, and historical objects at Museo Nacional de Antropología Dr. David J. Guzman. The museum opened in 1999 in its current form, and contains five permanent galleries. It covers different periods in El Salvador's history from the pre-Hispanic era to the modern day. Learn about the effects of emigration and immigration, different prominent agricultural products throughout time, El Salvadoran craftsmanship, and the country's history and religion. Step inside to find interesting items such as the Eccentric Flint, which dates back to the Classic Period. Put Museo Nacional de Antropología Dr. David J. Guzman and other San Salvador attractions into our San Salvador trip itinerary maker, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Museum of the history of the El Salvador. THE historical part could have been more detailed and have some more parts or object. sometimes too much info on the other not enough. The part about the citizen who lives in the world was a little weird because she gave the info and trying to convince people not to leave the country.
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  • Thankfully it was a cloudy day for the 2.3km walk south from our Morrison Hotel. After stowing our backpack and paying $3 each, we entered the main Hall of Migration with a multitude of exhibits: Indi...  more »
  • say impacted by the sample and their pictorial representations. good place of encounter with the history of art. Exhibitions us back to present as many times as ancient. that loves life and valued it, can make sense of many things in life.
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