Indigena Roberto Banchero Museum, Colonia del Sacramento

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In contrast to its quaint historical architecture, Colonia del Sacramento offers a range of multi-story, luxury accommodations. Most of these sit near the tip of the city's peninsula, with swimming pools and good beach access. If you want to stay in the old town itself, choose between a range of hostels, inns, and boutique hotels housed in buildings more in keeping with the city's colonial architecture. Make sure to reserve your accommodations in advance, especially if visiting on a weekend or during the busy summer season.
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  • This is a small museum in a 19th-century building displaying artifacts from the indigenous Charrúa people and other regional tribes. This museum was inaugurated in 1988, the collection that is display...  more »
  • Observe different stones, is good, perhaps we had other expectations. It's another experience. If time can visit him
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  • I think that's the kind of "Museum for tourists". Half a dozen tools that the natives used. No explanations, no panels. But as part of the "system of museums in Cologne", in that you pay little and takes five tickets, you end up visiting. But if it were just him, I wouldn't pay to see ...
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