Museo Arqueologico de Frigiliana, Frigiliana
(3.9/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • The municipality is an excellent example of the immensely beautiful which is walking through one of the most charming white towns. The archaeological museum serves as an appetizer to approach then the caves of Nerja, and is certainly a plausible merit, precisely because of this, by having these caves that visitors can subtract the few km. Let yourself be seduced by this Malaga corner!
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  • Curious little stop off with some history and artefacts on Frigillina. But felt there could be so much more, the area was so sparse and there was no sign directing you to the tower with a great view (...  more »
  • A small local Museum is located in the Centre of Frigiliana relative. Well renovated historical building is the same interest. The exposition is well framed and presented, although exhibits not so much and not objects of great historical value. but the visit quite interesting.
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  • The cave of the seven palaces, converted into Archaeological Museum, is an ancient Roman structure that served to get a large flat surface on which to build a forum. It houses some of the treasures that have been found in the city, witness of many civilizations. Visit is worth both the continent and content, also the girl who treats you is very kind and conveys the pride of the people by its rich past.
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  • Great to see some of the findings of found in the municipality, although the most important took them to Granada, Seville and Madrid. What a pity. The Museum is very cool, known as La Cueva de Siete Palacios. It is connected with the Church, Castle and other sites through underground tunnels.
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  • It is much more worth site content. It's a series of Roman vaults underpinning buildings above as a foundation. Of content, very scarce, is an Egyptian vessel which, as indicated, includes the first text found in the Iberian peninsula.
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  • Small, but missed, the person we attended a charm, and the best your relic of Phoenician times. Incredible
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  • Fu or fa but San Miguel you can visit it with the entrance of the Castle
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