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Museo de Zaragoza, Zaragoza
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Un museo de lo más interesante con entrada al público gratis. Merece la pena la visita. Muy recomendable.A very interesting Museum with entry to the free public. The visit is worth. Highly recommended.show original
El museo provincial de Zaragoza se encuentra en el centro de la ciudad por lo que es fácil llegar a él. Tiene dos plantas, la primera dedicada a la Zaragoza romana (vasijas, mosaicos, etc) y la segund... read more »Provincial Museum of Zaragoza is located in the Centre of the city so it is easy to reach. It has two floors, the first dedicated to the Roman Zaragoza (vases, mosaics, etc) and the second with pictures, including about how many Goyas, and temporary exhibitions. Best of all is that it is free, so even if you don't have much time you have no excuse not to go even to give a quick tour of the ground floor and then go to admire the Goya. I was more than two hours to see the entire Museum, that Yes, take me it in stride.show original
We were surprised that this museum wasn't higher on the list. Splendid collection of Roman statues and mosaics on the ground level. The Belles Artes section has many Goya painting and engravings plus ... read more »
Rosa Maria Fuentes SanzI love it, there is variety, from antiquity to the present day, well documented, was already small with my father. I would like to expand, Zaragoza is becoming increasingly more large and need more art and culture.show original
Mariano MorenoI like art,show original
Esteban RamosBeautiful exhibition of Roman Antiquities and prehistoric times.show original
Marcos GastonWonderfulshow original
Luis MendozaOne of the museums of the city which is worth to visit it and for a while their hallways. They have a good assortment of mosaics and the collection of Goya, that may well be in the Prado, also deserves attention. Curious exhibition of Japan of the Meiji era.show original
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