Museo de la Memoria


A former army HQ, not far from where police held, tortured and killed people during the Dirty War, this museum seeks to remember the violence and victims. If you can read Spanish, you'll find it's a small but very moving display, with witness descriptions, photos of the 'Disappeared' and an attempt to look at the wider history of man's inhumanity. There are temporary exhibitions upstairs.

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