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Museums and Heritage

Museo El Mensu is located next to the Municipality, in which it was the first house of the city and was also donated to become the first estate of the municipal administration.

The Casa de la Independencia Museum, located in Asunción, Paraguay was inaugurated on May 14, 1965 and showcases pieces of history that date back to the independence of the country.

The Mythical Museum Ramón Elías, called honoring its founder, is located in Capiatá, Paraguay, going Route II “José Félix Estigarribia”19 km. far from Asunción, which is the capital city

Museum Of Natural History of Paraguay– Address: Km 10 ½ Route Mcal. Estigarribia, San Lorenzo Phone: (021) 585 208. Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

The Cultural Center of the Republic in Asunción, Paraguay operates in the building of the Town Council, and has as main purpose the strengthening of conscience in all the matters that have to do with national history.

The Manzana de la Rivera is an antique city block transformed into a museum-library-theater-cafe complex, and has become a cultural symbol of Paraguay.

The National Pantheon of the Heroes is a building and landmark of Asunción, Paraguay, and a national monument of Paraguay.

La Santisima Trinidad de Paraná, or the Most Holy Trinity of Paraná, is the name of a former Jesuit reduction in Paraguay.

The National Museum of Fine Arts of Asunción, located on Mcal. Estigarribia and Iturbe St. in Asuncion, the capital city of Paraguay, displays over 650 works of art, paintings, sculptures, ceramics, prints, photographs, Paraguayan and international artists.

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