Evita Fine Arts Museum

Evita Fine Arts Museum The Evita Fine Arts Museum is an art museum in Córdoba, Argentina.OverviewThe museum is housed in the Ferreyra Palace, a Beaux-Arts mansion designed by French architect Ernest Sanson and built between 1912 and 1916 for Dr. Martín Ferreyra, a prominent local physician and surgeon, as well the owner of limestone quarries and the then-biggest lime factory in Argentina (located at Malagueño, 15 miles to the west of Córdoba).Ferreyra chose the spot as a result of the development of the adjacent Sarmiento Park, a 17 hectare (43 acre) space created along what was then Córdoba's eastern edge (New Córdoba) and inaugurated in 1911.
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Subsequent generations added to the palace's interiors, notably the Imperial Bedroom (Dormitorio Imperio), so named because the furniture was copied by famed cabinetmaker Krieger of Paris, from those used by Napoleon Bonaparte.The mansion was expropriated by the Córdoba Governor José Manuel de la Sota in 2005. Following a complicated refurbishment process, the "Ferreyra Palace Fine Arts Museum" op

Subsequent generations added to the palace's interiors, notably the Imperial Bedroom (Dormitorio Imperio), so named because the furniture was copied by famed cabinetmaker Krieger of Paris, from those used by Napoleon Bonaparte.The mansion was expropriated by the Córdoba Governor José Manuel de la Sota in 2005. Following a complicated refurbishment process, the "Ferreyra Palace Fine Arts Museum" op

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