Museo Evita

Museo Evita

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2988 Lafinur, Buenos Aires,

A 1920's-era mansion, once a women's shelter started by Eva Perón, is now a museum devoted to the first lady-turned-cult figure, with a collection of her gowns and video clips of her speaking from the Casa Rosada balcony.

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