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Museo Casa de Ricardo Rojas information
Walk under the facade, modeled after the Casa de Independencia in Tucumán, and behold a quaint courtyard surrounded by European and Incan architectural motifs. Famous Argentine educator and writer Ricardo Rojas lived here from 1929 to 1957, and in his office wrote his renowned work El Santo de la Espada (1933). An old dining room with period furniture also gives an idea of the past. Phone for opening hours, as the museum was closed for remodeling at research time.