Museo De Baeza, Baeza

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  • Whenever you are in this part of Andalusia, the small cities of Ubeda and Baeza are definitely worth a visit. Baeza has a wonderfully preserved city centre with lots of Renaissance style buildings...  more »
  • Baeza has earned a UNESCO WHS designation for good reason - it's home to many architectural treasures from the Renaissance era. It's definitely worth visiting to explore the many narrow streets and.....  more »
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  • The Baeza Museum is located in the Atarazanas building in the center of Baeza where the history of the city is embodied. This museum recounts through the pieces showing different periods of human occupation in the baeza plot, distributed in two rooms on the ground floor of the headquarters of the First University Foundation of Baeza. Of its first occupation (Bronze Age 2500-100 BC): Ceramics and funeral inserts, cloth weights, punches or needles, among others. From the Roman era (Flavia Dynasty S. I A.D.): Vessels and ceramic packaging and household use such as plates, pot, bowls, plates, glasses, etc. From the Medieval period, distinction is made between Arab civilization (Almohade invasion) and Christian civilization: Decorative elements and domestic life such as remains of tiling, candiles, jugs, dishes, etc. From the Modern Age are collected doors of passage, keys, chest, flow box, portraits, etc. Of this time highlight three very significant pieces, the first the painting of Juan de Bolaños, El viejo (the only preserved copy of the pictorial work of this author) depicting the scene of the Battle of the Navas of Tolosa that occurred in the vicinity of the castle of Castro Ferral. The second is the impressive vat shown in the hall of the Baeza Museum for oil storage. And finally, the door known as the three keys and which once guarded the most important documents of the city in the building of the Casas Consistoriales Altas. It is therefore a few pieces that serve visitors excellent procedure to know the life of man and brushstrokes of the history of the city. But the main capital of the Baeza Museum is its own public, who when visiting it recovers the collective memory.
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