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I have been to many museums around the world and to me, it is expected for a country’s museum to be nationalistic. However, this museum tops the global ranking in terms of biased portrayal of history to the extent of being incredible. The theory that...More
Useful for a UK citizen to read the story of the 1982 war from the other point of view. Apart from the thriller-drama music over the short sequence of the active fighting (which continues to glorify war as something to enjoy), both the video and...More
The museum is just one (relatively new) building on the site of what we took to be the old Argentine Junta headquarters. The site is now given over as a kind of memorial/museum/centre for the remembrance of the country's recent turbulent past, including but not...More
The layout and exhibits in this museum are nicely done. It is in the back corner of the complex that contains Espacio Memoria y Derechos Humanos. The only problem was that there were no English translations. (Incase you're wondering, Argentina lost the war. The citizens...More
This fairly new museum gave us a factual explanation of Argentina's involvement in the war in 1982. Especially the films on show could in 10 minutes give an understandable explanation of the tragic war. It is placed in a new building with a lot of...More
This museum covers both the historic conflict between Argentina and the UK (without any sign of propaganda) as well as the natural characteristics of the Islas Malvinas/Falkland Islands. Do not spend too much time in it, though. Free wifi throughout.
I visited this museum with an American friend. In a odd way it was rather entertaining. When we visited it was very quiet, so the bored tourguides were very willing to help.
So first you are shown this film. Off course everything related to the...More
i visited this new museum last month and i was delightly surprised. it is brand new, with a lot of interactive digital material. if you can, take the guided tour as you will be able to get the additional Argentinean flavour to the historical interpretation....More
It has the clear purpose of paying tribute to the Argentinians who gave their lives in defense of the Islands, but also offer visitors information on malvinas habitat. It has a room, where kids can participate in educational play experiences, through tablets and interactive displays....More