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Do not miss this place

I think it is important to know the history of a country you visit, you will learn a lot here, It... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
zedtvl
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Tucson, Arizona
Layers of Uruguayan history, inside and out

Having visited Parque de la Memoria and the Space for Memory and Human Rights (ex ESMA) in Buenos... read more

Reviewed April 28, 2013
springbyker
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Northampton, Massachusetts, USA
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6 days ago
“Do not miss this place”
May 2, 2014
“Make the effort to get here”
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Interesting small museum about the history of the 1973-1986 dictatorship and movements back to democracy. Located in a lovely little park that used to be part of a large estate.
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Av. de las Instrucciones 1077, Montevideo 12901, Uruguay
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+598 2355 5891
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Reviewed 6 days ago

I think it is important to know the history of a country you visit, you will learn a lot here, It is not close to the center, you can take the 149 or 522 ask the driver for "Proprios". The only regret, the light or...More

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Reviewed May 2, 2014

Its not near the central city but if you grab a taxi it is straightforward to get there. We met with one of the educators and she explained all the exhibits and answered our questions in Spanish, she was amazing. They have a sheet printed...More

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Reviewed April 28, 2013

Having visited Parque de la Memoria and the Space for Memory and Human Rights (ex ESMA) in Buenos Aires, Argentina, I was very interested to see what Uruguay’s memorial museum would be like. It’s quite different from the ex-ESMA and well worth a visit for...More

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