THE GREAT CHACO
"Great and eerily silent forests with dense trees intertwined with huge vines, ... are reflected in the stagnant waters of the marshes populated by marvellous aquatic plants. It is a nature that makes a strong impression, and I will never forget it, even if I live for a thousand years."
Who are the indigenous peoples?
IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE PIONEERS
In the Chaco, the memory of the pioneers who travelled across these territories in the 19th and 20th centuries and came into contact with the indigenous peoples is still alive. Thanks to them, cultural goods from that period are still conserved in European museums today.