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Very atmospheric museum in the former Monastery of St Pere De Galligants

This museum does not contain a lot but the inside of the building is well worth a visit. The... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Archaeobuff
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Sydney, Australia
worth a visit

This is a 2 in 1 attraction- first a Romanesque monastery from 12th century with a nice small... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
bjnomads
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Beijing, China
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In this monastery, a jewel of Catalan Romanesque architecture, you can learn about the earliest history of humankind in the Girona region, from prehistory to the mediaeval period, through the collection of archaeological objects on display.
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This museum does not contain a lot but the inside of the building is well worth a visit. The highlight is the former circular fascia stone pieces from the front of the building. The place is very atmospheric with a strong ambiance of the medieval.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Unfortunately after finding this museum in a lovely location, we were advised that most information wasnt available in English which is a shame

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a 2 in 1 attraction- first a Romanesque monastery from 12th century with a nice small cloister; and second, a museum filled with many relics from Roman times, as well as a nice collection of pottery and other archeological finds dating back 5000...More

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Reviewed 7 July 2018 via mobile

We spent a week at Costa Brava and this took our fancy. We learnt about another side of the Spanish history first hand. The excavations of two cities of bygone eras - Greek (2nd century B.C. to 1st century A.D.) and the rise of the...More

1  Thank Mypace
Reviewed 17 January 2018

Although it is the seat of the museum of Archeology, it is more worth because of the old monastery (Sant Pere de Galligans). The cloister is particularly beautiful and the tower is very nice. It is a compulsory visit if you are a bit fond...More

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Reviewed 16 October 2017 via mobile

Archeological museum that was both great value and stunning location. We had the benefit of being the only ones there. This made it even more special. Addd bonus was that it gives other museums a 50pc discount. interesting perspective and beautiful environment on outskirts.

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Reviewed 8 October 2017

This museum occupies an amazing space in a former romanesque church and cloister: it is stunning architecture. The museum is moderately interesting but the space alone is well worth the small entrance fee. Just go.

1  Thank TonyWebUk
Reviewed 23 September 2017

Tried to see the chapel on our last visit four years ago but an exhibition seemed to be taking place so it wasn't possible. So glad I came back. Worth visiting for the chapel alone, very atmospheric 12th Century building and the Rose Window (no...More

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Reviewed 21 September 2017

Must admit I only visited because it was raining and I wanted to see the interior of the building! It was a revelation. Not a large museum but well laid out and I think everyone will find something that they can marvel at! The antiquity...More

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Carme B, comunicación at Museu d'Arqueologia de Catalunya, responded to this reviewResponded 7 March 2018

Thank you very much for your opinion

Reviewed 21 September 2017 via mobile

Five floors of artefacts, pictures, statues, glass and religious items. Nice and airy. Rounds off the other two episcopal must sees.

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