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Museo Casa de Gobierno, Montevideo
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As the former official presidential house, Museo Casa de Gobierno today serves as a museum where visitors can delve into the country's past presidents. Learn about every national leader in Uruguayan history as you stroll among historical artifacts from the house. Items like silverware, artwork, and furniture remain from decades past. For a good look at the classical architecture, view the attraction from Independence Square, just outside. For Museo Casa de Gobierno and beyond, use our Montevideo trip builder to get the most from your Montevideo vacation.
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É a casa aonde ficava o antigo governo Uruguaio. Hoje é um museo que conta toda história desde os primeiros presidentes Uruguaios até o que está atualmente. É bem legal, tem as roupas que eles usavam,... read more »Is the House where the former Uruguayan Government. Today it is a museum that tells the whole story since the first Uruguayan Presidents until the currently. You have the clothes they wore, personal objects, photographs.show original
(CASA DO GOVERNO), Edifício José Artigas, na Praça Independência, chamado Palácio Estevez, construído em 1853/4. Em 1878, como os donos do casarão estavam em crise financeira, o governo uruguaio o com... read more »(GOVERNMENT HOUSE), José Artigas, Building on Independence Square, called Palacio Estevez, built in 1853/4. In 1878, as the owners of the mansion were in financial crisis, the Uruguayan Government bought (for 130,000 Uruguayan pesos) and the remodeled, becoming the seat of the Uruguayan Government in the Office of Colonel LaTorre (the current seat of Government is in the same square, in building a lot younger in the Libertad Building), from 1880. It was the Government of then President Julio Maria Sanguinetti who settled the State House Museum. The rooms on the upper floor, where's the acquis are super well preserved, with friendly service. Collection in chronological order of the Uruguayan Government, with pictures, objects, weapons, clothes, dishes, artwork and stories about the Presidents, including several murdered. Is there the hat with emblem that President Venancio Flores wore, when his death in 1868; as well as the sword of José Artigas. In the collection there's a stuffed dog, which belonged to one of the Uruguayan Presidents--the Uruguay, since 1830 (jura of the national Constitution), is in its 43rd President. Free entry. You can't have objects, purses, cameras, which should be left in on the guard in the lobby of the building volume. Worth visiting. Stays open till 5:00 pmshow original
Você pode agendar as visitas com os guias do Museo. Existem sempre apresentações é só acessar o site e conferir a agenda.You can schedule visits with Museum guides. There are always presentation is just access the site and check out the schedule.show original
Esteban PérezA must-see for everyone who likes architecture. The tour is very well explained.show original
Alicia De StefanoHistoricalshow original
Diego LazoExcellent. Well care and guided tour is very good.show original
Antonio gonzalez-arnaoSafety pin!show original
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