The documented history of Granada
Created in 1879, the museum is located in Casa de Castril, a 16th-century palace.
Its exhibits show the everyday life of the societies that lived in Granada and have now vanished. Through material evidence and archaeological pieces, the economic, social and ideological processes of different eras, from the prehistoric period to the key year 1492, are illustrated.
Archeological and Ethnographic Museum of Granada
Carrera del Darro, 41-43
18010 Granada (Andalusia)
The “Bañuelo” or Arab baths
These are the best Arab baths of their period as they have been…
Casa de los Pisa - San Juan de Dios Museum - Casa de los Pisa
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