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Museo de la Revolucion

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Museo de la Revolucion

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Starnurse2 wrote a review Mar 2020
Crowthorne, United Kingdom660 contributions84 helpful votes
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We arrived in time to take to the roof without realising just what we were in for. It is made of corrugated iron and is very rusty and not well bolted down. HOWEVER, there was a clear set of arrows to follow and the guide was pointing out all the vantage points that were had during the revolution. When you return to terra firma, there is an interesting section at the beginning of the museum which we should have seen first. The courtyard has some good fresco style paintings of the history of the revolution. The guide spoke very good English and is a veteran of that time (1980's)
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Wout d wrote a review Mar 2020
Leon, Nicaragua52 contributions29 helpful votes
Beautiful building. Poor guiding through the building. It's more of a guy telling how he is a veteran in the revolution. With all due respect. Not a museum.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Tibor Fuchs wrote a review Jan 2020
Santa Monica, California4 contributions
The guides give a passionate description of the period up to and after the revolution. I don't recommend the walk on the tin roof because it doesn't seem that safe.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Marie F wrote a review Sep 2019
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I arrived at 10 am during the peak of the low-season in Central America so initially I had a personal guide. He had participated in the conflict in the 1980s and gave a very passionate and detailed account of Nicaragua’s recent history in perfect English. The museum itself is small with limited exhibits but it’s the opportunity to speak with someone who understands the history so well that makes it worthwhile.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Eduardo Bueno wrote a review Jul 2019
Guatemala City, Guatemala111 contributions
This museum holds an incredible history told by those who lived it back in the days. A must for those who actually want to know the country they are visiting
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Date of experience: May 2019
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