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Museo Histórico Nacional del Cabildo y la Revolución de Mayo

48 locals recommend ·

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Tatiana
Tatiana
February 16, 2020
Si te gusta la historia es un lugar interesante para conocer y para entender un poco más la historia de este país. Considero que es mejor haber ido antes al Museo Histórico Nacional y al Museo Etnográfico.
Maria
Maria
September 11, 2016
I worked there!!! Just go!
Andres
Andres
January 30, 2017
The cabildo is a historic building in Argentina. In this building were developed different historical events of our country
Marisa
Marisa
January 30, 2020
La historia argentina se narra en este Museo. Y luego van a tomar un trago o a comer por la Av Caseros que es hermosa.
Guille ★★★★★
Guille ★★★★★
March 20, 2017
The first government building of the city
Maria
Maria
January 7, 2018
Historic museum of Argentina
Sebastián - Nery
Sebastián - Nery
September 20, 2019
El Cabildo de Buenos Aires, sede de la administración colonial, ocupa el mismo lugar desde 1580, pero su edificio sufrió sucesivas modificaciones. Las primeras referencias del Cabildo provienen de principios del siglo XVII. Para 1608, tenía paredes de adobe y techo de paja. El interior se encontraba…
Cecilia Y Fernando
Cecilia Y Fernando
December 30, 2019
This is where the first steps to the Argentine independence where taken. The Cabildo started governing independently from Spanish rule when Spain was invaded by Napoleon in 1810 and Argentina, that back then was called Virreinato del Rio de la Plata, did not feel represented by the French ruler and…

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Location
65 Bolívar
Monserrat, CABA C1066
Phone+54 11 4342-6729
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Thursday 10:30 AM