The only real attraction in Uyuni, Cementerio de Trenes is a rusty collection of historic steam locomotives and rail cars dating back to the 19th century, when there was a rail-car factory here. Today they sit decay…
Serious trainspotters might want to take a look inside this huge hangar of a museum, which houses several salt-crusted train engines and carriages. It's not possible to board the trains and there is little signage, …
A small museum featuring mummies, long skulls, fossils, ceramics and textiles. There are Spanish descriptions of the practices of cranial deformation. At research time the museum was closed for renovations.
This European-style clock tower was built in 1930 with a clock mechanism that was imported from Germany. You can find the tourist police office here.
This monument is dedicated to the fallen in the brutal Chaco War.
This rusty old carriage is located near the train station.
This local landmark pays homage to the common man.
The simple church on Colón is a local landmark.