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In Asuncion's historical center with all the important buildings nearby is this small colonial house, now preserved as a museum, where in 1811 the conspirator's used to gather, who then went to declare Paraguay's independence from Spain.
Besides important documents and portraits regarding this event,...More
If you like to visit historical sites I recommend to go to this house, It is one of the kind in Asuncion, it is actually the only remaining building from the XVIII th Century. The art collection is interesting, there are furniture, paintings religious objects...More
Asuncion is pretty down at the heels, and little of significance is offered. This spot where the early ruling family resided is worth about thirty minutes, but, with the secured entrance, it is a nice escape from the street folks on the sidewalks.
They say this is "must go" place in center of old Asuncion, but it has been closed for more than a year for rehabilitation.
You still may enjoy good atmosphere of this area, by walking and can rest at several classic hotels and restaurants.
My family and I were at the museum days ago, during the celebration of Independence.
Sadly I have to admint that it was my first time there, and I'm 50 years old and lived my whole life here.
We sow a lot of interesting things...More