Museo Nacional de Artes Visuales
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Open every day except for Monday, the National Museo is a FREE gallery located in Parque Rodo. They always have an interesting exhibit of local work and foreign art. If you are in the area it's worth a visit.
National Museum of Visual Arts (Uruguay) a museum in Parque Rodó, Montevideo, Uruguay. It was inaugurated on December 10, 1911. This museum has the largest collection of Uruguayan artists artwork.
Here you can see the most important Artists from Uruguay like Blanes or Figari.
"El Museo Nacional de Artes Visuales alberga la mayor colección pública de pintura y escultura de Uruguay, así como una destacada selección de arte extranjero." Entrada gratuita. Martes a domingos de 13:00 a 20:00 horas. The National Museum Of Visual Arts houses the main public collection of…
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