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The Museum of Memory and Human Rights seeks to draw attention to human rights violations committed by the Chilean state between 1973 and 1990. Its mission is to allow dignity for victims and their families, stimulate reflection and debate and to...more
Reading, and when you are done with that, more reading. I thought that there would be more artifacts or something to visually see to really grasp on what happened here. I felt like the things I was reading just kept repeating itself. Yes, it was...More
This museum gives the visitor important information about what went on in Chile between 1973 and 1990. Even if you aren't well versed in Chilean history or the history of US intervention in to Latin American countries, you will appreciate the museum. If you are...More
This museum is dedicated to the history of the 1973 coup d'etat in which Chile's democratically elected president (Salvador Allende) was overthrown by a military junta led by General Pinochet, who became the dictator ruling the country for nearly 20 years. The first level of...More
In order to have some understanding of Chile, we found it so important to understand what occurred during the Pinochet regime. This museum tells the story of this period very well. It doesn’t make you feel proud to be British when you see just how...More
I spent an entire morning here. It took me close to 3 hours to make it through the entire museum using the audio tour. When I walked into the museum I requested the audio guide I believe it was 2,000 chilean peso in June 2018....More
We felt we couldn't leave Santiago without visiting the Museo de la memoria and it's was well worth the trip. Kinda harrowing but important not to forget the crimes of the military regime and honor the dead.