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This is a good museum to one of Colombia's founding fathers and spiritual leader of the independence movement, who lived here. However, evidently nothing here is original, the house being a reproduction we were told, and the items just general items from the time period,...More
This is a historical site that can not be missed if you go to Villa de Leyva. Really a piece of history in the center of the city and about the most important personage of the republican history of Colombia, "Antonio Nariño". Congratulations to the...More
Housed in Narino's house. It contains some of his possessions plus objects from the era. Not massive and takes about half and hour to cover the whole building. Note the info is only in Spanish. Worth the trip.
This was a house that was then transformed into a museum. It is small, and full of historical details. However if you don't speak Spanish, you may have a difficult time understanding. When we went, our guide spoke some English. The paintings that they've recovered/preserved...More
Small museum in a house. If you don't speak the Spanish language it's hard to understand the different items and stories.
There are some nice pictures to watch and also old stuff from out of the colonial period.
If you have some time to fill,...More
Set in a the beautiful house where Nariño died, the museum gather some samples of articles from the 19th century plus a few original items from Antonio Nariño himself.
The guide is nice and informative but mainly for local nationals; since the role of Nariño...More
This museum has a thorough history of the life and importance of Antonio Nariño. The exhibits and guides have a wealth of information and do a good job of reminding the visitor of the modern importance of his life's work. For those tired of only...More