From the Palaeolithic era to Rome
The museum is located in two connected buildings: Casa de las Veletas and Casa de los Caballos.
The Casa de las Veletas has a Moorish cistern, while Casa de los Caballos dates from the 16th century. The museum is home to the remains of the first inhabitants, through history right up to the most contemporary art. The Bronze Age stone steles stand out, as well as the orientalising treasures, Iron Age animal figures, Roman mosaics, ethnographic items and the collection of 20th-century Spanish art, without forgetting El Greco.
Plaza de las Veletas, 1
10003 Cáceres (Extremadura)
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