Before the financial crisis, Cordoba's archeological museum was housed in a crumbling palace, and arranged with great wit and intelligence: we loved it.
Alas, since then, the crumbling palace has become unsafe, and though there are no funds to repair it, funds were made available to build a rather spectacular museum around and above the remains of a Roman amphitheatre next door..
Although space is at a premium, the museum is still organised with with and intelligence, but the show is much smaller. Marvelous, nonetheless.
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