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I get some of the poor reviews here. There is not a whole lot too see.
But to make this visit worth your while, I suggest you go to "Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos" first. It was at the latter museum that...More
Basically all you see is the house where they tortured people in the Pinochet era. There is a floor plan showing what happened in which room. You have to use your imagination to feel the horrors. The Nazi museums in Warsaw are similar but better...More
Located in the middle of the cozy part of Santiago, Londres 38 looks like a usual house in the area. The rooms of this memorial are plain, showing only quotes, some pictures and film sequences. I had goosebumps due to the horrible things that happened...More
Despite the varied reviews on this place, I was really keen to visit, just to see what it is like and feel the atmosphere. I'd researched the opening times, and turned up there this morning to find it closed. I returned this afternoon, but still...More
The name Londres 38 is also the address of the building. The house is rather bare inside but with the guiding paper it tells the brutal history of the military Pinochet regime and its secret service. How citizens were locked up and interrogated and murdered...More