In Argentina, there is a new type of tourism: Human Rights. Places associated with the workers' struggles and dictatorships are preserved so that we may learn about what happened -- and attempt to prevent it from coming to pass again.
To learn more about this vibrant country’s Haunted Past and human rights tourism, please see my article, “Argentina’s Haunted Past” (http://news.vivatravelguides.com/2011/10/28/argentinas-haunted-past) with tips of museums and other sites to visit.
In this article, I make this warning about the former torture center in Córdoba: “If you are particularly sensitive to energies, you might find this museum a bit overpowering.”
I wrote this poem upon visiting that center, as a way to ground myself.