In the midst of the Cold War, in a complex global context, during the administration of former president the relations with the USSR were resumed. His relation with the USSR is plotted in House Museum through Orthodox icons that decorate the library’s second floor. [Read complete article]
Object of the month: Orthodox Icons and relations with the USSR during Eduardo Frei Montalva’s government.
During Eduardo Frei Montalva’s Government many posters, publications and graphs were created to explain briefly and directly, the progress and reforms promoted in his government. They remain as testimony of that time. [Read complete article]
“Guayasamín in Chile, 1969″ presents 12 original etchings by the artist Oswaldo Guayasamin donated to Eduardo Frei Montalva during his visit to Chile. The exhibition will be from July 24th to August 13th at the Cultural Center “Gabriela Mistral” of Villa Alemana (Valparaíso Region), it refers to the relationship between art and politics in the ’60s, and includes educational panels that contextualize the information. The entrance is free. [Read complete article]
How was the first spatial adventure carried out? How many times has man traveled to the moon? These are some of the topics that will be discussed in the “Traveling to the Moon” workshop, an interactive and dynamic event for children who are 12 or older. The activity will be held on July 7 or July 21, at Eduardo Frei Montalva House Museum. Free entrance (limited vacancies). [Read complete article]
During the government of Eduardo Frei M., two groups of NASA astronauts visited our country. One of them even brought a gift to the former President, a few rock fragments of moon, which are now displayed on the second floor of House Museum Eduardo Frei Montalva. [Read complete article]
Most of the collection and rooms of Eduardo Frei Montalva House Museum not only reveals the life of the former President and his works, but it is also the place where he lived with his wife and seven children (three sons and four daughters). [Read complete article]
On the celebration of International Museum Day, Eduardo Frei Montalva House Museum will open its doors for free from May 18th to May 20th.On the celebration of International Museum Day, Eduardo Frei Montalva House Museum will open its doors for free from May 18th to May 20th. [Read complete article]
On Saturday May 12th, the space located in the Barrio Italia, turned four years of operation, and to celebrated properly opened its doors for free every weekend that month.
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Promoting the personality, way of life, and vocation sense for public service of former President Eduardo Frei Montalva through the transformation of what once was his residence into a cultural and educational museum. This project seeks to contribute to the revival of interest and appreciation for a former President in the nation– especially in children, younger generations, and educators – who led important events and brought moral values to the democratic history of our nation.