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5 reviews of Museo de Cáceres

Interesting collection

This museum which occupies the Palace of Las Veletas and the Casa de los Caballos was once a Moorish Alcazaba, as shown by the cistern from the 11th and 12th centuries. The rest of the castle was built between the 15th and 18th centuries.

The Museum of Cáceres contains a collection that spans from prehistory to the Visigoth era, an Ethnographic section, the Spanish-Arab cistern, and a collection of fine art with works from the Museo del Prado (Lucas Jordán, Vicente Carducho, Antonio Equivel), the Diocese of Coria-Cáceres (tapestries, paintings, and religious offerings) and the Local Administration (contemporary artists like Alberto Sánchez, Canogar, Chirino, Genovés, Gordillo, Millares, Oteiza, Palazuelo, Saura, Vostell, and Zóbel).

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