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Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes

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"This museum is totally FREE to enter. There are two floors. The bottom floor is full of Argentine history, as well as the history of the Spanish conquistadores in the Americas. There are also several portraits and paintings from the 13th-18th century, including one room devoted to religious paintings. Upstairs we get the story of more modern and contemporary art and artists and how they helped shaped Argentina. There are several rooms and references to both Italian and French artists. There is an overabundance of security guards working here. If I'm being honest, it feels a bit uncomfortable to wander around in this museum because you feel constantly watched. "
"Para no fallar a la movida cultural que estamos teniendo del recorrido, sumamos Este edificio, el cual es uno de los más importantes de Latinoamérica y el que tiene la mayor colección de arte argentino del país. Por día, cuenta con una linda variedad de visitas guiadas, por lo que aconsejamos revisar el horario y el tipo de recorrido que nos gustaría realizar."
"Free to enter and one of the most important fine arts museums in Latin America. It houses significant works by Goya, Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Rodin, Monet, and others, along with a large collection of sculptures and paintings by Argentinian artists. "

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