Museo de la Batalla de las Navas de Tolosa, Santa Elena
(3.2/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • For me, this is not a Museum, much as a center of interpretation and exhibition of reproductions of the famous battle of las navas de Tolosa, pedagogically quite acceptable, the only real historically ablando is the place where this heroic battle was held
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  • I wanted to visit this battlefield and see this museum since 2011. After five years I was able to visit in June 2016. The museum is a 'European Union' friendly telling of the great battle of Las Navas...  more »
  • I was very curious to visit this Museum, and finally I couldn't do it after returning from a trip in the province of Córdoba. The museum itself is not too big and the exposure is very simple, but serves to make us one fairly rough idea both of the historical context which preceded the battle and the battle itself. The girl who was at the entrance and we attended was lovely, and also told us that as they were tender, the time entry was free. In addition to entertain themselves watching the exhibition, panels, showcases and interactive jobs, worth worth climb to the lookout. From there, we will have a spectacular view of the exact location in which this important battle took place in the history of Spain.
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  • Very well musealized and highly recommended for you to go about. I never saw narrated a medieval battle in the same way in a museum. Offering inside are not large archaeological remains, or great views. Inside lives history, specifically a very well-told story. Where can we learn a little of the military strategy of the time, of the different House nobles, the propaganda of the middle ages, wars, etc. And all that with the utmost respect and sensitivity, low perspective and the tools that give us 21ST century.
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  • We find, in addition to excellent landscape views, a pleasant and documerdonslentada information about the battle of Navas de Tolosa. There staff is exquisitely kind.
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  • Do you know that the evil called reconquista occurred by the anxieties of Christians as well as Muslims live?, that the feudal system was terrible, while in Al-Andalus tied dogs with sausages. That the Miramamolín wasn't a radical Islamic I sojuzgo to all the Muslim kingdoms, to impose his vision more orthodox islam, but a ruling unfairly attacked by the evil Christian Kings. about the battle?... less bad that he was going with the lesson learned, because I have not heard me nothing... ah that Yes, they have at their disposal a wonderful multimedia for a few minutes, on the current conflicts... what that has to do with the battle? What battle?...
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  • It is very well located, the person of reception was very friendly and explained everything very well to see and understand what there is exposed, and the place where the events took place.
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  • A museum that presents a historical view of society and the most important conflict in the reconquista. Be made on lack of archaeological inventories but have good replicas that you place at the historical moment. The Museum staff offers a complete guide of the Museum with impeccable care.
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