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Museo de Arte Sacro San Antolin

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Teresa C wrote a review Aug 2020
Celbridge, Ireland40 contributions11 helpful votes
For the princely sum of 2 euro each we had an outstanding visit to this religious museum that had so many interesting things to see. You can also go up to the fairytale Tower to see outstanding views of the duero and countryside. The gentleman at the door gave us a great information of the important parts and seemed justifiably proud of the history of his town.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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RedHeadPeter wrote a review Nov 2019
London, United Kingdom518 contributions266 helpful votes
We tend to forget that religion was once the only sponsor of works of art and thgis museum has a fasinating collection of paintings and sculpture. Housed in an old church you can alsao climb the tower for a view over the town and countryside.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Ian H wrote a review Sep 2019
Altea la Vella, Spain50 contributions8 helpful votes
A museum with atmosphere. Thorougly enjoyed the visit. Highly recommended. The lady at the entrance was very helpful.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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hans-jaguar wrote a review May 2018
Santa Comba Dao, Portugal17,026 contributions668 helpful votes
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In the historical part of Tordesillas you will also see the Church – Museum of San Antolin who is housed in the old church and parish “San Antolín” and built into the “Renascimento Style”. The museum itself was inaugurated in 1969, when it was decided to create, thanks to Ismael Rodríguez Paniagua, a museum to collect and exhibit the pieces of art from other churches. At first the museum subsisted with a provisional assembly until the date of the V centenary of the Treaty of Tordesillas, in which it underwent an improvement in its installation and in the restoration and conservation of its pieces. The church was built between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and is being declared an Asset of Cultural Interest on April 30, 1998.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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jostony wrote a review Aug 2014
Cambridge, United Kingdom267 contributions99 helpful votes
As we waited for the "Museo del Tratado de Tordesillas" to re-open after lunch we popped in here to kill some time. Not a big place and the gentleman at reception was very keen to explain the history and all the interesting things on display. A tower will take you to the rook with good views and even saw storks nesting on tower taking off and flying - very majestic birds.
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Date of experience: August 2014
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