Living Museum of Al-Andalus

Living Museum of Al-Andalus
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The Calahorra Tower is the oldest defense tower of the city. It was built up by Moslems to keep the entrance of the city since the Roman Bridge.

The Tower nowadays houses the Living Museum of Al-Andalus, an interesting proposal to get close to Christians, Jewish and Moslems.

In the museum, through a system of wireless headphones, the visitor is immersed in an evocation of the culture of Al-Andalus: its characters, its wisdom, science, architecture, and music.

October, March, April and May from 10 am. to 7 pm. November, December, January and February from 10 am. to 6 pm. June, July, August and September from 10 am. to 2 pm. and from 4:30 pm. to 8:30 pm.

Tickets: 4,50 € Students and retired people: 3 €

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Living Museum of Al-Andalus
Puente Romano, s/n, 14009
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  • Historic building




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