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The Trude Sojka Cultural House

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A cultural hidden gem in Quito's dazzling crown

I had heard about this place from a local (I live between Ecuador and Australia) and had it on my... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2018
veryitchyfeet2
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Amazing story and museum

The Casa Cultual Trude Sojka is such a fantastic place to visit. Works of art by Trude Sojka, a... read more

Reviewed 20 August 2017
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Pasaje Muller N24J y Toledo, Quito 170150, Ecuador
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Reviewed 25 May 2018

I had heard about this place from a local (I live between Ecuador and Australia) and had it on my to-do list for months. Well, today, I made it here, and it truly is one of the best museums in Quito. Quiet and unassuming it's...More

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Reviewed 20 August 2017

The Casa Cultual Trude Sojka is such a fantastic place to visit. Works of art by Trude Sojka, a Czechoslovakian Holocaust survivor who immigrated to Ecuador in 1946. The tour, given by Ms. Sojka's daughter, is part history-museum as well as an art museum. Definitely...More

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Reviewed 30 January 2015

This unique cultural center is hidden away in a residential neighborhood of Quito, for it was the artist's home and our tour guide is Trude Sojka's delightful daughter. A Holocaust survivor, Trude's positive spirit pervades her work and the bright and cheery house and gardens...More

2  Thank maxmpk
Reviewed 7 April 2014

Terrific visit – interesting guided tour in English from Trudy Sojka’s daughter –we just showed up and she was very gracious and took her time showing us her mother’s home and her art – very nice experience.

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Reviewed 21 December 2012

A great experience. The daughter of the artist gave us a tour of the home and explained the history, the artwork, and the stories. The house itself is quite unique and there are more activities hosted here and an upcoming Prague cafe. The daughter really...More

3  Thank anthrovisual
Reviewed 26 September 2011

An interesting well mantained old house, where you can find great pieces of art and jewish history. As an interesting fact, you will be able to see personal belongings from victims of the holocaust and a message of peace for future generations. They have a...More

2  Thank FERNANDO-iDP
Reviewed 4 January 2011

This is a must-see for visitors to Quito who are interested in Ecuador's small Jewish community and who want to understand - or pay tribute -- to the lessons of Tolerance and Non-Discrimination that we learn from the European Holocaust. The Casa Cultural Trude Sojka...More

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