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Tegucigalpa Museum/Gallery

This hillside mansion near Plaza La Concordia, once home to President Julio Lozano who was ousted in a 1956 military coup, houses the National Museum of History and Anthropology. (Despite the name, the focus is entirely on history here.) For those who read Spanish, there is some quirky information on the republic's struggles after it gained its independence, but the information gets extremely detailed—likely more than you need unless you are a student of Honduran history.


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Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazán  Honduras


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