Cabildo Historico de Salta, Salta

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Cabildo Historico de Salta dates back to the 1600s and was officially named a national historic landmark in 1937. Today this site houses the North Historical Museum and Colonial Museum of Fine Arts, which provide a history of the region (although exhibits are not translated into English). Originally built in 1626, this colonial building would be rebuilt and restored several times--first by ​​Captain Diego Velez de Alcocer in 1676 and then by Colonel of Militias and camp master Don Antonio de Figueroa and Mendoza in 1780. This building served as government headquarters until 1880, and was later restored by architect Mario Buschiazzo. Use our Salta route planning tool to visit Cabildo Historico de Salta on your trip to Salta, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • This is nice little museum that's centrally located in Plaza 9 de Julio. It's open daily except for Mondays from 9am until about 1pm or 2pm. Entry was cheap. It takes less than an hour to see both...  more »
  • There was a great deal to see here and it was a peaceful place. Not too many people and well displayed exhibits. Although all in Spanish it was straight forward. A reasonable admission and an...  more »
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