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Visit the magnificent National Museum of Fine Arts in Argentina

03.29.2011
Topic South American Travel

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Vacationers planning to do some South America travel this summer may want to organize a fabulous getaway to Buenos Aries, Argentina. The stunning city is full of wonderful sites and offers travellers a number of great destinations and places to visit, such as the National Museum of Fine Arts.

The museum opened its doors in 1895 and is home to the world's biggest collection of Argentine sculptures and paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries. Guests will have the opportunity to admire a number of pieces, such as Ernesto de la Carcova's "Without Bread or Work," "The Pig Trough" by Fernando Fader, "Portrait of Santiago Calzadilla" by Prilidiano Pueyrredon and much more.

Tourists can also explore interesting temporary exhibits, such as "Modern Papers. From Toulouse-Lautre to Picasso." Visitors who check out this display will get to view 85 beautiful paper works by the two famous artists. The exhibition will run until May 23.

The National Museum of Fine Arts is open Tuesday to Friday from 12:30 PM to 7:30 PM and on Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 AM to 7:30 PM.