When you are in Cordoba, take the time ti catch à bus and go visiting this nice historical site. The jesuit site allow you to understand how the story of the lands in Argentina.
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When the Jesuits were expelled in 1767, the estancia was left to the elements, only briefly reinhabited in the 1810 by Viceroy Liniers. The Estancia buildings have been well preserved and overlook the town's main square, Plaza Manoel Solares.
The building is well preserved and the tools and models on display explain beautifully the achievements of this unique experience in evangelizing and at the same time training indigenous people in rural and pre-industrial activities. The premises are also used for local cultural activities which...More
This place is absolutely marvelous, if the walls could talk they would tell stories of days gone by. It is interesting, historic and all the rooms have lots of artifacts. The place is well maintained. If you are anywhere near Alta Gracia you need to...More
one of the best maintained jesuit places that we saw on our south american trip. All the rooms have different stories, and in most you'll find them in both spanish, english, and french.
This museum is unique in Alta Gracia for having English language cards to explain things. There are several rooms on the upper floor packed with fascinating objects. The history is slightly obscure at times, but it's a place without noise or rush, where you could...More
As all the Jesuit churches and places you have to visit they are all beautiful and leave you amazed of their feeling of calm..
If you visit Alta Gracia this is a must stop. It's a beautiful place while not very big. You likely won't spend much than two hours here. Description is in Spanish only. There are guides available at certain hours. Use them to get more info.
This museum is in the centre of Alta Gracia and has a lot of history. Great option is to ask for a guide and undestand everything that happened there.
Superb house which explain how the city was build around this estancia. The different rooms, objects, history, are very clear and we greatly appreciated the explanation in each room, in english/spanish/french. a must see here, especially because it's more interesting than main activities in Cordoba....More