The life and work of Evita Peron are still honored by many Argentinians, as can be seen in this small but well-stocked museum. Located, fittingly, in an early 20th-century mansion that Mrs. Peron purchased in 1948 and renovated as a shelter for homeless women and their children, it provides an elegant backdrop to its collection. The artifacts are perhaps a little stronger on her dresses, hats and shoes, rather than enough items of more historical interest, but the museum also features photographs, film clips and sound recordings that provide insight into Mrs. Peron's life. There is also an outdoor café with a fine menu and excellent wines.
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