Reflection of a rich heritage
Learn about Cuenca's history through archaeological findings.
This museum, situated in the Casa Curato de San Martín, offers an interesting journey through the history of Cuenca. Numerous artifacts from the different archaeological sites in the province are on display. The collection includes everything from ceramic pieces and prehistoric utensils to statues, column capitals, precious metalwork and coins from the Roman towns of Segóbriga, Valeria and Ercávica, as well as Visigoth and Moorish artifacts. All of the exhibits are accompanied by illustrative panels, which enhance their educational value.
Calle Obispo Valero, 12
16001 Cuenca (Castilla-La Mancha)
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