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The MusEUM is an open-air workshop on the north side of Parque 2 de Febrero...
Well off the beaten track, this national park lies about 180km southeast of Corrientes...
A striking belle-epoque building; ask at the ticket office if you can have a peek inside to see the beautiful treble-galleried theater and its painted ceiling...
Preserving several diverse ecosystems that reflect subtle differences in relief, soils and rainfall, this very accessible park protects 150 sq km of the humid eastern Chaco...
This colonial monastery dates from the city’s founding, and was beautifully restored in 1939...
This museum is as interesting for the old house it occupies as for the artworks. The two front rooms have an eclectic permanent collection; the temporary exhibitions by young local artists tend to be avant-garde.
Six kilometers south of town, Laguna Oca is a wetland area that has a popular beach, with food kiosks and canoe hire; once you wander away from the weekend crowds, there's a great deal of birdlife to be spotted.
A fascinating day trip from Santa Fe takes you to that city’s original location, the Cayastá ruins , picturesquely set beside the Río San Javier, which has actually eroded away a good portion of them.
On the east side of the colonial square, the exterior simplicity of the Jesuit Iglesia de la Compañía masks an ornate interior. Dating from 1696, it's the province's best-preserved colonial church.
Three rooms detailing the arrival and struggles of the Jewish gauchos, their way of life and the Holocaust seen through the eyes of those who experienced it. Also temporary exhibitions.
On the Brazilian side, this park is entered via an enormous visitor center, which has a snack bar, an ATM and big lockers (R$3), among other amenities. Parking here costs R$12.
A small permanent collection of oils, illustrations and sculptures by provincial artists is complemented by temporary exhibitions in this gallery on Plaza Alvear.
The Visitor Center has displays on natural history, including a small reptile house, and offers video screenings throughout the day.
Better than Posada’s couple of desultory museums, this art gallery has temporary exhibitions and some displays on the mate -growing process.
Southwest of the center, the Corsódromo is the main site for Gualeguaychú’s lively Carnaval.
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