Museum at Santa Rosa, State of Entre Rios, Argentina

The museum is located 10 kilometers from Crespo, Entre Rios, Argentina. The idea for this museum developed in 2004, proposed by Griselda Prediger, a geography scholar, and Gabriela Rodriguez. The artifacts for the museum were provided by inhabitants in the village of Santa Rosa. The building is a traditional Volga German house with three rooms and a basement, property of Roberto Sieben, the watchman and guide for the museum.

Photographs by Nestor Suarez, Crespo, Argentina, March, 2012

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