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Museo de Navarra, Pamplona
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  • Is very full, mostly altarpieces and mural of the churches in the area. Real jewels in modern painting. The part of prehistory teaching and very comprehensive. Attention to the Romans, wonderful mosaics.
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  • Very interesting collection including roman mosaics and tombstones, medieval church frescoes and capitels. 
  • The first Sunday of October I decided to go and visit the Museum of Navarre. The truth is that it was an excellent decision. I enjoyed greatly contemplating such and such varied works of art. I started the tour of the 4th floor. Here I was able to admire the works of the Navarrese painters. These include Ciga. On the floor corresponding to the Baroque is a picture of la Inmaculada Concepción excellent. A work that should not be seen under any aspect, in my opinion, is the full-length portrait of the Marquis of San Adrián by Goya. Because of their high value, it is surrounded by a security cordon. The author, that knew capture to the perfection the mood psychological of the character, us shows to a man arrogant and sympathetic to a same time. The aristocrat was an active Knight. You liked reading and hunting. Also magnificent sculptures are exhibited in the Museum of Navarre: A statue of the thinker child. Another Venus. Another of St. Michael defeating the dragon. Special mention deserves also the Muslim casket in the monastery of Leire. Water-marks recorded on the same express different scenes. You can see the same work of art in a video. Several pieces from the Cathedral of Pamplona are also visible for the public, as well as two videos which recreates the constructions of the cloister and the ideal home. In the basement you can visit an exhibition of objects of everyday life in prehistoric times. On the ground floor are the objects corresponding to the Romanesque period. The murals are worthy of admiration. It also highlights the great sympathy that the staff of the Museum to the public.
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  • Much better than expected; very courteous staff and interesting (if modest) collection. Four floors showing the permanent collection, top (modern) to bottom (pre-Roman). Could use English translations of signs and wall explanations, but for the price (2 euros), not a big deal. And yes, there's a nice Goya.
  • There is a few real treasures. I love romanesque and they have the capitals from the cloister of Pamplona's old cathedral. They are a fantastic work. Some roman mosaics and romanesque frescoes.
  • We were enjoying a visit to the Museum and a security guard of the Museum, to see that we had 2 children followed us continuously. Never have drawn me attention in a negative way by my children, rather the opposite. This gentleman called us attention 2 times one because the girl touched the glass with the index, and told us that it will not support, and the second was pre-emptively, ordering us we took 2 strollers child carrying the backpack porta - babies, if you threw them against a sculpture. I recommend to this gentleman, who works the night shift, when closing the doors to the public, you will have to monitor only that nobody is sure is given great. The rest of the lovely people and very tidy but too Museum heat.
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  • Spectacular and a great treasure to take care with care for future generations and a place of claim to attract tourists of quality
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  • The summary would be "you have to go" permanent collection is wonderful, sometimes tbn expos although very aimed to "the contemporary". Lectures, concerts, courses and activities... Spectacular, little known and widespread, but very well managed. A 10 room guards who know how to make your paper and be in place for
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