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I just read the first bit of the name, ‘Museo del Patrimonio’ on google and expected a sort of national museum, origins of the country, customs, culture, that sort of thing.
That it isn’t, except for the bit where culture and custom coincide with a...More
I visited the museum this morning and joined the free guided visit. The guide, Celina, was a riot - smart, knowledgeable, hilarious and very passionate about the beautiful building and its lofty mission. Tours are in Spanish. You'e free to visit the small museum on...More
This is a museum about water management. Complete with toilets. If you speak Spanish fluently, try to do a tour. One was taking place while I was here.. The guide seemed really enthusiastic about what she was saying. The building itself is worth a visit
This interesting museum is located around the corner from our hotel, and explains how the water systems of the city have changed over time. There was also an exhibit of local schoolchildren's art work highlighting the importance of taking care of our water supply.
We rode past the imposing neo gothic Palacio de las Aguas on Avenida Cordoba many times, always wondering what was behind the imposing façade. Rainy days are excellent for exploring museums so we ventured inside. The interior is an industrial age marvel of pipes and...More