EMSA was the primary detention center for dissidents during the 1976-1983 Argentine “Dirty War”. Used by the Argentine military dictatorship, thousands of Argentina’s most vocal were detained, tortured and murdered here.
Everything was quiet as Ale and I walked through the gates of “Escuela Mecánica de la Armada” (ESMA). Even the traffic on Avenida del Libertador faded and couldn’t be heard.
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