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Historic site amazing architecture from the 19th century. Of note is all the woodwork made out of cardón wood, a protected species of desert cactus. The ironwork is also late 19th century. This house was the site where a group of nationalists declared independence from...More
Thankfully, I know enough Spanish to get by, at least when it comes to written Spanish. This attraction, is great and has huge historical meaning in Argentina, being the birth place of their independence and separation from the King of Spain.
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Very thorough tours offered - the guides were a wealth of knowledge. Most importantly we were able to take our time and the tour wasn't rushed at all with plenty of time to ask questions. I highly recommend a visit especially given the importance of...More
Worth a visit, although IMO not as great as some others say! The history is interesting, and the exhibits well presented. I particularly liked the audio visual presentation of the battle of Tucuman. May as well take a look whilst in Tucuman, to be fair...More
Nice and worthy visit to one of the iconic historic places of Argentina. The house and museum were renovated for the bicentenary of the country. It is a nice an quite short visit to get a better impression of the declaration of independence!