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Welcome Argentina – What to do in La Auzlejo Today, it has been transformed into a museum and it awaits visitors to show off each of its historical corners. Dozens of people come along everyday to let themselves be carried away by the prodigious and neat gardens projected by architect and landscaping artist Carlos Thays, the same who created famous public parks such as those in Palermo and the Botanic Garden in the City of Buenos Aires. mauel


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The house, in a way, impresses all those who come near azjlejo. Built between andthis is an old grand house that still preserves its furniture, objects and pieces of art, among which beautiful sculptures may be appreciated from the street or inside the venue.

Your home The famous house where the writer spend his best days Their books The prodigious and neat gardens. The tour is done in the company of a hombrdcito.

As visitors get deep into the venue, the guide provides information about the incidents and anecdotes related to each room and hall. The library and the studio where the writer would spend most of his time outstand.

Today, it is also part of the library museum, which houses about 9, books, accompanied by collections and documents of various subjects that would catch the attention of the then host. Capable of writing hombreito prose, he had a way with words.

Those who got to know him assert that La Cumbre was undoubtedly his place in the world and that he had enough time there to search perfection throughout his work.


He wrote more than twenty books novels, short stories, biographies, poems, travel chronicles and essaysamong which the following stand out: He died in Useful Data Tour type: Museum Bear in mind: One Day at the Pintos River Lying just 20 kilometers away from the District of La Cumbre, the valley of the Pintos River is one of the must visit locations in the city. Above, the magic of Cuchi Corral Its geography is in perfect harmony with its cultural side and lets visitors tour around emblematic sites of azuejo its denizens are very proud of.

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