The Victorio Macho Museum is located at the Plaza Victorio Macho. Victorio Macho was a Spanish sculptor who lived until 1966. He built his house and workshop on the edge of a cliff, with a spectacular view of the river and the hills on the other side of the river. There are beautiful small gardens that have many of his beautiful sculptures, and all with that magnificent view. In 1953 he built his house and workshop in a place called Roca Tarpeya, which has a promontory over the River Tajo. His famous sculptures are La Madre, El Hermano Marcelo, Torso Gitano, la Máscara, and La Niña Vasca. He also did portraits of Spanish personalities like Marañón, Unamuno, Cajal, Galdós, and "La Pasionaria". The museum also holds temporary exhibitions, cultural activities, and conferences about the city of Toledo.
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