The Museum of the dictator Evo Morales

The Museum of the dictator Evo Morales

The Museum of the dictator Evo Morales. It is one of the most equipped museums in Bolivia and controversial for several aspects today we will know the interior of the museum of the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, in the community of Orinoca in the municipality of Santiago de Andamarca is a town far from the capital, here This is where Evo Morales was born and there is even a sign that announces this.

sign, here was born evo morales
This photo of September 13, 2019 shows an imposing stone post topped with a round fence that points to the thatched roof of the house where the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, was born on the outskirts of Orinoca, Bolivia.
It is the home where Morales was born and lived until he was 15 years old. (AP Photo / Juan Karita)

The official name is “Museo de la revolución democrática y cultural Orinoca” a fairly long name, but it is well known as the Evo Morales Museum because inside it talks about the Bolivian president, its construction cost 7 million dollars without include maintenance, although most of the museums are located in central or mid-city places in this case it is located in a town that lacks basic resources and sewerage most of the roads and roads are dirt but have one of The most equipped museums in Bolivia, it is a huge construction that has no comparison, neither the dinosaur fossils or the ancient cultures of Bolivia have this very modern infrastructure.

location of the museum of Evo Morales Ayma map
180 kilómetros de la ciudad de Oruro hasta Orinoca lugar donde se encuentra el Museo de la Revolución Democrática y Cultural
Evo museum location
Imagenes desde el Google Earth del Museo de la Revolución Democrática y Cultural

The way in which the Ministry of Cultures promotes this museum is different, in the photos and videos it shows the paintings, models and ceramics of the Bolivian culture and puts aside the monuments and gifts of Morales that are throughout the museum, perhaps because They realized that the theme about the president is quite exaggerated. You must watch the video where this museum is promoted.

MUSEO DE LA REVOLUCIÓN: EXHIBE LA RIQUEZA CULTURAL DE LOS PUEBLOS INDÍGENAS

MUSEO DE LA REVOLUCIÓN: EXHIBE LA RIQUEZA CULTURAL DE LOS PUEBLOS INDÍGENAS DE BOLIVIA

Posted by Museo de la Revolución Orinoca on Tuesday, June 19, 2018

As you could see in the video there is nothing about Evo Morales, but now you should see the following images and videos that show the complete content of the museum.

In the following image they calculate the amount of visitors according to the scope of the publication in the social network Facebook.

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Facebook page of the Orinoca Revolution Museum
indigenous handmade bags that were given to the president of Bolivia
In this photo of September 13, 2019, handmade indigenous bags that were given to the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, are exhibited in the Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia.
(AP Photo / Juan Karita)
dirt roads in the small town of Orinoca Museo de Evo
In this photo of September 13, 2019, a resident walks along a paved dirt road in Orinoca, Bolivia.
Orinoca, the birthplace of President Evo Morales, is a humble village of farmers and shepherds with a population of less than 1,000 people.
Poverty is visible along its cobbled streets and adobe houses.
Only a few streets are paved, and many houses lack potable water and sewage systems. (AP Photo / Juan Karita)
musical instruments of evo morales in the museum
In this photo of September 13, 2019, the musical instruments that were given to the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales. Museum officials say the combination of exhibits allows visitors to see more closely the history of Bolivia and the "process of change" led by Morales.
(AP Photo / Juan Karita)
multimedia art in honor of coca leaves and revolutionary leaders in the Evo Museum
This photo of September 13, 2019 shows multimedia works of art in honor of the coca leaves and revolutionary leaders in the Museum, Orinoca, Bolivia. (AP Photo / Juan Karita)
in front of the Museum of the Democratic and Cultural Revolution, in Orinoca, Bolivia.
This photo of September 13, 2019 shows the front of the Museum, in Orinoca, Bolivia.
From the air, the building stands like a concrete fortress in the middle of the humble adobe and brick houses in the remote city of Orinoca, high in the desert of the Bolivian highlands.
(AP Photo / Juan Karita)
back of the Evo museum
This photo of September 13, 2019 shows the back of the Museum, in the center of Orinoca, Bolivia.
The $ 7 million museum has generated controversy because it is dedicated to President Evo Morales
(AP Photo / Juan Karita)
Evo Morales paintings in the museum
In this photo of September 13, 2019, photos of the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, adorn the walls of the Museum (AP Photo / Juan Karita)
representation of the mural of the final judgment church of curahuara de carangas
In this photo of September 13, 2019, a Guide of the Museum of the Democratic and Cultural Revolution talks about a representation of the mural of the Judgment of Curahuara de Carangas church, in one of the exhibition halls during a media tour, in Orinoca, Bolivia.
The museum seeks to preserve the indigenous past of Bolivia, contains only a few pre-Hispanic pieces, and most of them are replicas.
(AP Photo / Juan Karita)
Evo hats and ponchos in the Museum
This photo of September 13, 2019 shows a collection of hats and ponchos that the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, received as a gift.
Hundreds of gifts to Morales during his travels around the world were donated to the museum.
(AP Photo / Juan Karita)
Orinoca children Bolivia playing
In this photo of September 13, 2019, children push their toy cars over a retaining wall that surrounds the square in Orinoca, Bolivia.
(AP Photo / Juan Karita)
Statue of dictator Evo Morales Ayma in the museum
Statue of the dictator of Bolivia, Evo Morales
Evo's Tunic in the Museum
Tunic used in the investiture of Tiwanaku
Hats of the indigenous possession of Evo
Beanies worn by Evo Morales at the investiture of Tiwanaku
Evo clothes sweater in the Evo Museum
Sweater of the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales
Statue of the dictator of Bolivia
Statue of the dictator of Bolivia, Evo Morales in the Museo
Evo Morales and his statue next to Linera
Museo del dictador Evo Morales
Museum of the Revolución Democrática y Cultural en Orinoca, Oruro
Video, football shirts of the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, inside the Museum (Video / YouTube)
Photos of the life of the dictator of Bolivia, Evo Morales, inside the Museum (Video / YouTube)
This video shows a collection of hats and ponchos that the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, received as a gift. In the background the audio of the speeches of the president is heard. (Video / YouTube)
In this video a museum guide explains the Inca presence in Bolivia. (Video / YouTube)
This video shows the gifts of the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, who received on his trip around the world and interior of Bolivia. (Video / YouTube)
A guide from the Evo Morales Museum explains about the Whipala, a flag that represents the ethnicities of the Andes mountain range. (Video / YouTube)

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