Museo Provincial de Ávila

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Avila Provincial Museum aims to gather the culture material of Avila territory. The Casa de los Deanes is a 16th-century Renaissance palace housing a permanent exhibition arranged in three sections: the first explores Avila's rural culture through its traditional arts and activities; the second section presents an overview of the province's history from prehistoric times to the 19th century; and the section on the city features archaeological elements found in urban excavations. Among others it houses Roman artefacts and some fine medieval paintings.
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