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Museo Del Castillo De San Jorge, Seville
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Step into the epicenter of the Spanish Inquisition at Museo Del Castillo De San Jorge. The museum stands on the spot once occupied by the castle that housed the Inquisition headquarters. The majority of the castle was demolished in the 19th century and replaced by a market, but in the remaining section you can see an exhibit that tells the story of the oppression carried out by the Inquisition. Many interactive and multimedia displays help you understand what life in the castle looked like, both for the accusers and the accused. The tour of the museum also allows you to see the cells where prisoners were held and read through several authentic documents from the trials. Put Museo Del Castillo De San Jorge on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Seville vacation builder.
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Son los restos del Castillo. Aunque no queden muchos, cuando lees los carteles y ves los vídeos se ponen los vellos de punta sólo de pensar las barbaridades que se cometieron allí. No hay mucho que ve... read more »They are the remains of the Castle. Although there are many, when you read the posters and see videos become tip hairs only think about the atrocities committed there. No much to do but it is worth by the later reflectionshow original
Il museo è gratis e questo è già un bel punto a favore. Le rovine della fortezza sono ben rappresentate, ma a mio avviso c'è poco su quello che era il quotidiano dell'Inquisizione, se non delle descri... read more »The Museum is free and this is a nice perk. The ruins of the fortress are well represented, but in my view there is little on what was the newspaper of the Inquisition, if not of the descriptions in Spanish and English. In short, nice but not as good as I expected.show original
Aunque para mi gusto está demasiado resturado, el museo merece la pena porque se visita muy rápido y está en el puente de Isabel II. Además, la entrada es gratuita y es curioso conocer lo que fue el t... read more »Although for my taste is too much restored, the Museum deserves the penalty because is visit very fast and is in the bridge of Isabel II. In addition, the entrance is free and is curious to know what was the Court of the Inquisition during three centuries.show original
Mary Ruth Ngo
Quick, free and lovely exhibit on the Inquisition with a worthy goal of teaching its audience a little about human rights and the meaning of freedom
Pedro CastroVery cool and interesting! Recommended for all those who want to know more about the Spanish Inquisition. I put only 3 stars because almost all screens and multimedia issues were out of service.show original
AnonymousThe view of this "Castle" is free, it seems that this incomplete, as if still not ready for its opening. The tour is short, with dozens of buttons to interact with something, something that did not work, only one of these videos was operating, and only in two of the three screens. You have to use much imagination, since the greater part of the route that you see are reconstructions and little can be seen of the original part. Approved to be free, simply.show original
Bruno CapriniIt is very impressive.show original
Carlos Alberto Mata GilIt has lots of facilities to eat. From a Japanese, going through typical food of Cyprus, to typical sites of tapas in Seville.show original
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