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Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo

Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Designed by French architect Rene Sargent for the wealthy Errazuriz-Alvear family in the early 20th century and converted into a museum in 1937, the Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo is well worth a visit for the dazzling Neoclassical building alone. Visitors are now free to roam the staggeringly spacious ballrooms, bedrooms, hallways and entrances. All feature sculptures, paintings and dazzling objets d'art, and provide a fascinating insight into life in Buenos Aires in its wealthy heyday. In addition to the permanent collections, the museum regularly has temporary exhibitions. Be sure to stop for afternoon tea in the outdoor cafe

Designed by French architect Rene Sargent for the wealthy Errazuriz-Alvear family in the early 20th century and converted into a museum in 1937, the Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo is well worth a visit for the dazzling Neoclassical building alone. Visitors are now free to roam the staggeringly spacious ballrooms, bedrooms, hallways and entrances. All feature sculptures, paintings and dazzling objets d'art, and provide a fascinating insight into life in Buenos Aires in its wealthy heyday. In addition to the permanent collections, the museum regularly has temporary exhibitions. Be sure to stop for afternoon tea in the outdoor cafe

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