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It is difficult to travel about Chile without seeing several notable non-military people from the country's past; Neruda and Mistral. While in Vicuna do make a point to visit the museum / home. On the street which bears her name --Mistral. Incidentally the Plaza des...More
We did not have a chance to stop in Vicuna to visit the larger Gabriel Mistral Museum. However the small museum in Monte Grande is a simple and modest museum with memorabilia’s, photos of Gabriel Mistral as a teacher, poetess, aide to friends’ communications and...More
It was time,to visit This Chilean Nobel writer so we walked up the street that bears her name to the museum. The museum consist of one larger building in which you are given the life story as it were of this Nobel writer. From her...More
It was interesting to learn about this quite remarkable native of Vicuna. Her home is preserved, and attached to is a very nice and free museum, which gives an overview of her life and impact. There are some descriptions in English.
We went here as part of a shore excursion from Coquimbo. The spanish speaking members of our party confirmed that Gabriela Mistral was very famous for her poetry and they were thrilled to be able to see the museum and the residence. (Kind of going...More
This is a beautiful museum, filled with works and photos of a remarkable woman who was ahead of her time. The Nobelist poet and teacher-activist left behind many works that are honored here, along with lovely gardens that recognize her love of the Elqui Valley...More