Museo De Cáceres, Cáceres, Spain

It is housed in two historic buildings in the Old Town of Cáceres , a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. La Casa de Las Veletas hosts Sections of Archaeology and Ethnography; it is a building whose current appearance originates in the works in 1600 by its owner Don Lorenzo de Ulloa y Torres in a plot that perhaps could have been occupied by the defunct Muslim Alcázar. From that data intervention beautiful square courtyard supported by eight Tuscan columns; in the eighteenth century, however, the House is reformed by Don Jorge de Cáceres and Quiñones, which introduces the gargoyles and beautiful glazed ceramic finials cover in addition to the large shields of the main facade. Visit Spain. Epic Spain Route © Monika Newbound

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