Galeria de la Inquisicion-Europa Siglos XIII al XIX, Cordoba
(2.1/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
Galeria de la Inquisicion-Europa Siglos XIII al XIX is located in Cordoba. Use our Cordoba itinerary maker to arrange your visit to Galeria de la Inquisicion-Europa Siglos XIII al XIX and other attractions in Cordoba.
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  • It discovered thanks to the map of the office of tourism, a great find. Just imagine these machines in operation and put the willies. The only thing missing, made although not worse experience is the aim of each was used for what type of crime. That barbarians were!
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  • You cannot expose so lightly instruments of torture and death as they did in this gallery. There is no admission of guilt and critical awareness towards one of the largest genocides in history carried out in the name of God, in a Spain that still asks to sanctify Isabel la Católica. It would contextualize, move away, crunching numbers in an objective and demonizing this dark period so that history doesn't repeat itself, instead here have been limited to put some short captions that explain how it worked the instrument of torture. The risk is to trivialize, with voyeuristic approach! Add the Jingle at the entrance with the lights from luna park and a smiling guy who invites you to enter. How you can profit by exposing tools of genocide? Are you proud of? These shows should be critically accepted only with cultural institutions behind, such as the Museum of Criminology in Rome, not in contexts from luna park. Shameful!
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  • What begins as a curious thing since it seems that the Museum is about the history of the Inquisition ended in disaster with an absurd merry-go-round of instruments with an explanation worthy of a frustrated fellow. It's that allow free access to children slashing crime: does not come with them, this bad taste is only for adults.
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