Cuartel de Dragones, Maldonado
(3.9/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
Cuartel de Dragones is located in Maldonado. With our custom trip planner, Punta del Este attractions like Cuartel de Dragones can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • If Maldonado visits is, should not do, is next to the Cathedral and the plaza in the heart of Maldonado. Admission is free and so you can know something of the history and works of art.
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  • The view is amazing for the Rio de la Plata ... as the works there are better places in Montevideo, but the view makes up for it. Yields good pictures and selfies.
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  • is it to this historic place show our visitors from Europe. The Cuartel is located in the middle of Maldonado, a few steps from the main square.
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Google
  • Awesome historic spot!
  • Great state of conservation. History talking to you.
  • An attraction for tourists who like to know the history of Artigas and the founding process of Maldonado. Not available from many activities or services. We need to innovate, since there is enough space to equip classrooms and there are no technologies that can provide a self-taught information.
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  • Headquarters town of the city of Maldonado, which was the first destination of the General Artigas
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  • This headquarters is built when is founded San Fernando de Maldonado, for host them troops (body of WIMP). There is a museum which displays works of art and military objects that are part of our history.
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