Museo de Instrumentos Musicales
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Museo de Instrumentos Musicales information
A must for musicians. The brainchild of charango master Ernesto Cavour Aramayo displays all possible incarnations of the charango (a traditional Bolivian ukulele-type instrument) and other Bolivian folk instruments. You can also arrange charango and wind instrument lessons here for around B$50 per hour.