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Museo de Navarra, Pamplona
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  • a Museum is super well .and very modern and with much technology and there are parts of enormous valor.vale the penalty
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  • Not to be missed, will give an overview of the history of Navarre, his works have a predominance of artists from the region and Spain, the Museum is divided into historical periods and people who even are very kind and interested in you know the place and the story there available. Is one of the five must-see attractions in Pamplona.
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  • It is an old Provincial Museum that always had derived from its dependence of the Diputación Foral de Navarra personality which has allowed him to have of more financial resources than most other provincial museums. A few years ago received a major reform in its museography to adapt the concepts to more modern what enhanced its appeal to the public. Makes a journey in the history of the Navarre area since prehistoric times with materials of very representative places such as Cortes de Navarra, iron age, the Roman world, less represented than it should because of Pamplona few remnants have been preserved despite its potential. However the collection out-dated of the pavements have of villas Roman as Liédena or the Ramalete are important. Other Roman materials come from Aragon and should return to their land of origin and that they were recuuperados by the Jesuits and taken to Javier, from where last time were integrated into that navarro Museum. Materials of the Cinco Villas such as Sofuentes or the Bañales. The average age is well represented and in the modern, which also highlights, I not forget recreation in the Goya, portrait of the Marquis of San Adrián, one of the best of the Aragonese painter. The numismatic collection is remarkable. It is a museum which is easily visited and which should not be forgotten in the tour of Pamplona.
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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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