Wine Regions Sights

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Antigua Bodega 1929

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At this landmark bodega and museum, great concrete wine-storage tubs are exposed in a cavernous old building that survived three earthquakes...

Bodegas Santiago Graffigna S.A

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Italian wine expert Don Santiago Graffigna, who planted Tulum Valley's first vines, founded this winery in 1870. You can learn the history...

Museo Arte Moderno

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Right in Plaza Independencia, this museum displays regularly changing paintings, ceramics, sculptures, and drawings by Mendocino artists...

Museo Histórico de San Martín

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The San Martín Historical Museum has a decent library and a token collection of artifacts, including uniforms and journal entries from...

Museo de Ciencias Naturales

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At this writing, Museo de Ciencias Naturales is closed for renovation; however, it is expected to re-open by early 2015, enabling visitors...

Museo del Area Fundacional

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On the site of the original cabildo (town hall), the Foundation Museum explains the region's social and historical development. Of...

Museo del Pasado Cuyano

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Home of former governor and senator Emilio Civit, this 26-bedroom 1873 mansion was the gathering place of the Belle Epoque elite. Today...

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