Travel Pro Places of Interest #31: Water Palace Museum Buenos Aires Argentina! Part Two (11 photos)

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World Travel Pro @world-travel-proJuly 2018 · 2 min read

Hey there my Steemit Friends! In this Travel Pro Video Series we focus on specific places of interest for a given location. This may come in the form of parks, museums, beaches, cathedrals, and much more. Always an interesting series and always informative! Now come along with the Travel Pro and let's have a look around!

What cool museum, what a strange museum! The Water Palace is basically a palace built in the 1800s and was later used to clean and deliver the water to the residents of Buenos Aires until the 1970s. Now it is the office where the residents pay their water bill! On the second floor is the museum. That is where I headed to.

I was the only one in the museum. It made for somewhat of an eerie experience wandering around this place alone in total silence. I found it a bit strange to say the least. The history of toilets! Water Filtration! Pipes! And more! Now let's have a look around this place!

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I really like the architecture of the building. How neat is that to be able to pay your water bill and have a history lesson on toilets and all things to do with water in one place.


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Yes, it is a very cool place! Thanks for stopping by :)


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Well that was certainly different @world-travel-pro. I'd definitely visit that one. It looks like it would be a haven for photography. 😁


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It was fun, I've never seen so many toilets in one place! lol


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