It is an impressing museum and I give my credits to the state of Chile that this museum has been established. Other countries with a former dictatorship could learn from Chile. I that it is mandatory for all school children of Chile to visit the museum. I am so old that I know about the dictatorship - or I thought I knew until my visit at the museum. The dictatorship was much worse that I knew about and my wife and I learned a lot during our visit. If the museum had more explanations in English I would have rated "excellent", but the good English audioguide (2.000 pesos) compensates a lot. Bring a sweater because the air condition makes it freezing cold inside. We had to leave after three hours after the end of the permanent exhibition.
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