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This, clearly, is not a palace of entertainments. But for those who take an interest in the recent... read more

Reviewed 17 November 2015
Barry C
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Hastings, United Kingdom
Average experience for an English speaker

This museum's location is nice - on a pretty plaza called San Martin. The building is a large... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2013
colincclark
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London, United Kingdom
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27 Jun 2016
“If you want to know see the heart and art of the Mothers of the Disappeard, go here.”
17 Nov 2015
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Reviewed 27 June 2016

If you thought the mothers of the disappeared wore white scarves you will find out what they really had on their heads, you will be amazed to see this exhibit. Or the puzzle of the lost parents and children that changes as people continue to...More

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Reviewed 17 November 2015

This, clearly, is not a palace of entertainments. But for those who take an interest in the recent history of Argentina and in the cruelty of man towards man, it is an important, meaningful, thought-provoking place. What does it contain that is striking? For me,...More

Thank Barry C
Reviewed 7 September 2013

This museum's location is nice - on a pretty plaza called San Martin. The building is a large stoned good looking building, and has a pleasant space inside - probably why the military chose to use it in the first place. It is NOT an...More

2  Thank colincclark
Reviewed 10 June 2013

anybody in recent history in Argentina should visit this place. Of all museums I've visited in Argentina is this the most professional, very informative, inter-active and most impressive. The sad and cruel stories during the dictatorship in Argentina are presented in such way that they...More

3  Thank Mariano S
Reviewed 19 January 2012

I read a lot of argentine history. It shows only one side of those years story

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