Museo Diocesano de Jaca - Arte Romanico, Jaca

(4.8/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Museum by itself already is worth only. We did the guided tour of medieval Jaca, which includes some of the best rooms of Romanesque architecture, in addition to the Cathedral, outside of the city and visit to the current convent of Santa Mª de la Cruz. Liked us a lot and remember many things of our history.
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  • We visited it for free, without guided tour. Deserves much the penalty, have an interesting collection of art medieval and modern Aragonese. To highlight the Romanesque paintings, the capitals of the cloister lost the Cathedral of Jaca and especially the layout of the Museum in general, with a current Museum, a tour well raised and some explanatory panels that not only help to know parts but also their context (e.g. using photographs of the churches where they come from). It was a pleasant surprise.
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  • Both the museum itself and the content have surprised me pleasantly. It is very educational, there are Romanesque churches in the surroundings of jaca paintings thanks to be in this Museum have been able to keep. The visit is worth.
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  • This is a great exhibit with sculptures, paintings and objects from early Middle Ages coming from pretty much all the north of Spain. It really helps understand the evolution of this romanesque movement and is a relief that all these objects have been so beautifully preserved. It is a pitty tha the place is not more advertised.
  • The entrance to the Cathedral the free and what you see is impressive, as it has been a well preserved Romanesque building with subsequent additions of other artistic styles. The Cathedral Museum is impressive, especially for the large number of Romanesque painting that is exposed in the highly recommended
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  • Very good
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  • One of the best m collections of Romanesque art in a completely renovated Museum.
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  • A must for any lover of the Romanesque
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