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Mineral/Geology Museums in Argentina

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Museo de la PlataLa Plata,
Buenos Aires
The Museum of La Plata has 20 permanent exhibition halls.They represent the evolution and diversity of nature, from the formation of the planet Earth, the origin of life, the remote times, the events of the past and their fossil testimonies. Biodiversity and ecosystems are expressed in the variety of birds, mammals, ...


Museo Camín CosquínCosquín,
The Museo Camín Cosquín - known by the inhabitants of the area as the "stone museum" - is the product of the intense work done by Don Arturo Ferraretto, owner and founder, who since 1975 has not ceased to increase its cultural heritage.
Museo de MineralogCórdoba,
The Museum was founded on April 6, 1871 by the geologist Alfred Wilhem Stelzner. The samples exhibited have been thematically grouped by their scientific or didactic value in a systematic collection, gemological minerals, meteorites, mineral habits, twins, Argentine minerals, fluorescent minerals, "human stones" ...
Museo MineralisLa Cumbrecita,
Minerals, gemstones. Geological, topographic, gemological instruments, special scales and mining lamps are also exhibited.
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