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National Anthropology Museum, Madrid

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  • You would think, that will all of Spain's world-wide "adventures" over the last 6 centuries this place would be full of mind-boggling cultural treasures and artifacts. That is most certainly not the c...  more »
  • The national Anthropology Museum is in downtown Madrid South of the Retiro Park directly across from the Atocha train station. Thematically, the Museum cares about the development of people, especially in Africa and Asia. We made it more the impression of a large private collection, as a museum. We looked around us just in the first and second floor and have gone relatively soon. Bottom line: If you have more time.
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  • The Museum is interesting and keeps a collection of objects related to the daily life of traditional cultures, in some primitive instances, Asia, Africa and America. Also has a room dedicated to it exotic and so atypical in the anatomy, that was the origin of the Museum.
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