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Museum of the Guarani Land
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What is it?
The Museum of the Guarani Land retraces the 10 thousand years of Guarani occupation and culture on Itaipu's Paraguayan side.

What is there to do?
Immerse oneself in the millennia-old Paraguayan culture, richly diverse and still alive on Itaipu's Paraguayan side. The Museum of the Guarani Land shows the 10 thousand years of history of the peoples living in the area. Throughout the centuries, these populations kept their roots alive, including their language, Guarani, Paraguay's official language. The collection includes an interesting audio-visual archive in which native people talk about the way they see the world. The Museum of the Guarani Land also travels the history of the Paraná River and its nature.

When?
Tuesdays to Sundays from 8am to 5pm. On Mondays is closed for maintenance.

How much?
Free access.

Where?
Road connecting Ciudad Presidente Franco to Salto del Guairá, 11,5 km from Ciudad del Este – Hernandarias (Paraguay).

Questions?
(061) 599-8632 / 8638 / cturistico@itaipu.gov.py / rpdm@itaipu.gov.py