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Museo de la Fauna Salvaje, Bonar
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Museo de la Fauna Salvaje is located in Bonar. For travelers who use our international travel planner, Bonar holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Museo de la Fauna Salvaje and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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Museo situado en Valdehuesa, cerca de Boñar, en la provincia de León y creado por un médico. Solo puedo calificarlo como sensacional. El entorno, las instalaciones y sobre todo, las salas con animales... read more »Museum in Valdehuesa, near Bonar, situated in the province of León and created by a physician. I can only qualify as sensational. The environment, facilities, and above all, classrooms with animals from different continents. Recreation of different habitats and animals dissected in a prodigious manner by large taxidermists. Also birds and butterflies. We couldn't do the bus trip to the reserve with live animals for reasons of time. Highly recommended and will be impressed by this great Museum. And give thanks and congratulations to Dr. Eduardo Romero grandson by the creation and maintenance of the Museum.show original
Animales de todas la especies, climas y continentes en un museo en plena montaña. Museo recomendable para visitar también con niños.Animals of all species, climates and continents in a Museum in the mountain. Recommended Museum to also visit with children.show original
Si estás por la zona no dudes en visitarlo, y más a un si vais con niños, disfrutaron un montón. Muy buena ambientación de las estancias, la única pega es que no se puede hacer ninguna foto. El restau... read more »If you're in the area feel free to visit it, and more to an If you are going with children, enjoyed a lot. Very good atmosphere of the rooms, the only drawback is that no photo can not be. The restaurant is quite good, value for moneyshow original
Jose Luis RapadoWildlife Museum with 100% genuine parts, i.e., real animals dissected and catalogued as the best of the world of this type being that more species has. It is impressive, this great and 100% recommend it to go with or without children. In addition there is a path that can be based on the time of year and the State of forest tracks seeing live animals as the Iberian wolf, European bison, wild boar, deer, etc. We could not do the route by a storm that occurred yesterday but will return to top off the visit. EYE, it is 1200 metres of altitude, it tends to get pretty cold and at times of snow can not always be.show original
Angel Luis GarciaIt is very wellshow original
Óscar Rivera LinaresIt is very presiososhow original
Fran ciscoIt is worth to visit it, it is the only way to see animals that you could never see them but these are dissected, the environment a.show original
Da niVery well... animals beautiful and well kept... The impressive snow that was falling makes us unforgettable visit :)show original
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