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Hidden Museums of Seville

Hidden Museums of Seville
Hidden Museums of SevilleThe hidden Seville museums make reference to the treasures from various periods in the history of Spain which can be seen in the military history museum of our capital city. To admire this heritage of our nation and its historical importance as a cultural legacy to the world, the hotels in the center of Seville are close to this and many other museums that our city offers check discounts and promotions in our website.

Military Historical Museum of Seville

The Military History Museum is in the same square of Spain and are seven rooms on three floors which can be visited for free. The most striking for the tourist is that by its diaphanous installation, has a practically global vision of the museum. About five thousand pieces are collected with gems like the famous Cantero, a huge cannon forged in the factory of Seville in 1736. The cannons were fused in Seville the handles are with the same form as dolphins. Even there are also general José Manuel Muñoz, who performed the return of the Spanish troops stationed in Iraq. On his return he donated collections of military hats from various eras, helmets, ornaments and insignias. Pyrotechnics furniture and arsenal and various military elements are also exposed, including an altar from the Cid sword. You can see cannons, rockets and reproduction with original elements of a third class train car, given the relation that always had the army on the railways. A curious highlight two views, a room called guardroom and a detailed reproduction of a shooting in a foxhole. A more recent treasure curiously striking in this central location, the Adalid room, dedicated to Schools Learner of the arsenal Factories, Ordnance Factory and Pyrotechnics. A fact of major importance in military history, the machine called Enigma. Founded in Germany and first used in the Spanish Civil War. The schedules: Tuesday to Friday from 9:30 to 14:00. Saturdays from 10:00 to 14:00.
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