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Casa Natal de Sarmiento

Sarmiento 21 Capital, San Juan 5400, Argentina
+54 264 422-4603
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A person of Great Depth & Great Span

Another of those individuals who appear over the span of history to help humanity see the way along... read more

Reviewed 15 February 2017
Jnanayog
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St. John's, Canada
Must go in San Juan

If you have very short time in San Juan, make sure that you visit Casa Natal de Sarmiento. I... read more

Reviewed 17 January 2017
OrquidLady
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Chappaqua, New York
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Sarmiento 21 Capital, San Juan 5400, Argentina
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Reviewed 15 February 2017

Another of those individuals who appear over the span of history to help humanity see the way along the path up the mountain of life. His depth and span touched upon many aspect of our way of life and in so doing he rightfully fitted...More

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Reviewed 17 January 2017

If you have very short time in San Juan, make sure that you visit Casa Natal de Sarmiento. I visited with my son who did not speak Spanish, and they arranged a special tour for him. I was deeply moved by Sarmiento, a genius who...More

Thank OrquidLady
Reviewed 21 November 2016 via mobile

La Casa Natal de Sarmiento is definitely worth a quick visit if you have a couple of days in San Juan and are interested in what is a significant piece of Argentinas history. Although being relatively small with only a handful of rooms, this museum...More

Thank Linn B
Reviewed 19 February 2016

The guided tour is excellent. The guide person was very engaging, showin a visionary Sarmiento and how importantly he influenced education in Argentina and Chile

Thank dnaranjod
Reviewed 3 September 2015

This small house in the middle of a quiet neighborhood in San Juan was the home of Domingo F. Sarmiento, one of Argentina's most important Presidents. He is noted for his book Facundo and biography of Abraham Lincoln and sought to model Argentina's Government on...More

Thank MarcoPolodiNuovaYork
Reviewed 25 March 2015

Very interesting, more if Domingo F. Sarmiento is so well known in Chile as a writer and part of history. Its worth a visit, for he was important in Argentina's history in the early 1900.

Thank Rolando952
Reviewed 24 January 2015

we had a tour with a guide. The group was to big , we did not hear very well the explanation of the guide. It was worth to see the house of Sarmiento.

Thank marti j
Reviewed 9 September 2014

In the middle of Sarmiento there is a little grassy patch with the coloured, life size statues of two criollo horses. These are the local horses that Tschiffley rode from Buenos Aires to New York, arriving in 1925 or thereabouts. Long distance riders still regard...More

Thank gauchitopete
Reviewed 3 August 2014

there is english information avaliable for most of the rooms and objects. Check opening hours as they vary according to the time of year.

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