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Museo de las Cortes de Cadiz, Cadiz

(3.9/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • A small and beautiful Museum about the Constitution of Cádiz. A shame that the State spent the money in the recovery of this building and above all the Oratory of San Felipe de Neri (is next door) and that may not be accessed from the Museum, because the Church has in use and charge 1, 5eur to enter. In any case have to enter in both, because the oratory is a work Baroque almost unique. It is a marvel. The Museum explains very well and very briefly those moved years of the history of Spain.
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  • This free Museum is located next to the Oratory of San Felipe Neri and is dedicated to the courts which enacted the Constitution of 1812, popularly known as la Pepa. It stresses the model of s. XVIII in wood, ivory and silver.
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  • The Museum which deals with the Constitution of 1812 Pepa tells how it was the Cádiz and the people of the time. The building is beautiful. Free entrance. Highly recommended
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  • The model of the city of Cadiz is unique. Visit essential for those who come to visit and also for the victors. And it is free.
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  • Interesting. But loses charm with the official most helpful I've found in Cadiz, and that's difficult! Lord, receive visitors with courtesy and good humor, doesn't cost much, especially if it has no more to do than read his novel, which already is worth to him at work...
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  • This museum has surprised me pleasantly. We saw it by chance, strolling through the area of the theatre Falla and the Oratory of San Felipe Neri, next to the stands, and to see that the entry was free not think it ourselves. Impressive model of Cadiz, this perfect and worth contemplating it from the existing runways. Nor do they detract reproductions of soldiers and weapons. It additionally has many pictures and maps of Cadiz was that glad to see after having visited these same areas today. If you think a stroll in Cadiz and have a little time free, do not hesitate to make this visit, can be seen in only 20' although you may spend more if you prefer delight at some points. Children can also enjoy the visit although they must be seized at all times by the amount of existing stairs.
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  • Little-known place and not be so. Meeting place of the cortes of Cádiz during the siege of the Napoleonic, but actually the first Constitution of 1812 was signed in the Oratory of St. Philip Neri. A visit highly recommended if they visit in the city.
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  • Very interesting to know the importance and history of Cadiz.
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