This museum (Museum of Remembrance and Human Rights) should be a required stop for every traveller to Buenos Aires. The museum is actually a large former campus of several buildings of the Naval High School, to help train and prepare young men for service. During Argentina’s Dirty War from 1976-1983, it also held prisoners in the officers’ quarters. Held in the attic, prisoners were tortured, killed and “transfered” to their execution, often by being thrown out of aircraft. The pictures are haunting. Make sure to stroll the grounds and visit other buildings on campus.
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