Museo de la Revolucion Industrial, Fray Bentos
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Museo de la Revolucion Industrial is located in Fray Bentos. Museo de la Revolucion Industrial is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Fray Bentos Edition.
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  • Fray Bentos is a small town in the interior of Uruguay, known for the Anglo refrigerator, be greater input from Argentina by the international bridge. It is a long city "of"pointing the Uruguay River. Reach the Anglo is not easy, is necessary to go through the entire city in the longitudinal direction, until you reach the River, there go the rambla costanera, continue along a bridge and there we will have entered the historic anglo district. It will be hand right the River, passing through the Anglo Athletic Club (football) and old houses on the left. The tour of the Museum is interesting, the children will have fun with the two-headed calf head, adults will see the giant that was the food industry, seek their surnames in the huge list of names of all parts of the world who worked there, you will see tools used and the infinity of manufactured products packaging labels, to take the industrial vastness dimension. Anyway, the dimension can be seen doing the guided tour through the interior of the refrigerator. Here is when one manages to feel on cold walls, in the lines by which cattle, moved in the ancient tiles worn, what had once been the Anglo to Fray Bentos, Uruguay. I recommend making this journey.
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  • If these are the area should go to see it, but the more it is recommended to carry out guided since the explanation given is very good. The visit lasts little more than one hour. Please note that the box to buy the entrance closes one hour before the Museum. The visit encompasses several buildings where you can see the former meat-processing facilities. To get you can walk along the waterfront of the Uruguay River and enjoy the scenery, although keep in mind that they are several blocks from the Center.
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  • If you like history you can not miss. With excellent I'm short, guided tours are very affordable and last an hour and a half approximately. It is deservedly world heritage site declared by UNESCO since mid-2015. You will not regret it.
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