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Acuario de la Universidad de Murcia

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Calle Cuartel de Artilleria S/N, 30002 Murcia Spain
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In the most representative square of Murcia stands the great Cathedral of the city, with 54 meters high and more than 20 sculptures, participant and witness of the life of the city.<br><br>Cathedral<br><br>Get to know this place full of artistic contrasts, from the Mediterranean Gothic style of the fifteenth century to the historicisms of the nineteenth century. Our adioguia will make you discover the impressive architecture of this monument.<br><br>Museum<br><br>The museum houses the cathedral treasure, with important works of painting and sculpture, as well as textiles and objects of the liturgical furniture of the Cathedral still in use, which reveal to us the historical and artistic importance of this place.
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Elizabeth W wrote a review May 2019
48 contributions15 helpful votes
The Acuario de la Universidad de Murcia is interesting and the work being done there in investigation and conservation, fascinating.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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ladydoingspain wrote a review Jul 2018
Alhama de Murcia, Spain27 contributions8 helpful votes
We revisited La Abadía on Friday night. The food was still good and the service excellent. We especially enjoyed the four different types of potatoes, the confirmation in steamed bread, the little chorizo sausages and the mushroom croquetas. I was alittle disappointed that although they serve all sorts of Belgian beers, they still only serve different varieties of Mahou. I would have liked to see a Spanish craft beer or two. This is a great venue for a group evening out. You can try lots of different things and it won't break the bank. We had more than enough food, some beer and soft drinks and some nice desserts: cheesecake, melt in the middle chocolate puddings and profiteroles and a coffee and left a healthy tip for €20 per person.😎
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Date of experience: July 2018
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janet g wrote a review Sep 2017
Murcia, Spain121 contributions35 helpful votes
I thought this was open to the public, not sure if this is true or not as I was looking for a loo and four of us entered the building and wow, what a wonderful place, obviously full of students and we walked around the building. Very interesting, had coffee in the cafe there amid throngs of young people. Looked in at the lecture rooms - it was very busy there. So glad we wet in.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Julien K wrote a review Sep 2016
Liege, Belgium170 contributions27 helpful votes
The place is very small, the aquarims lack information and one of them was empty, with an inflated plastic glove floating in it. But it is difficult to be harsh with it since the entrance fee is just 1€. It is good enough for a short visit.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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Andrew F wrote a review Feb 2016
Sucina, Spain73 contributions28 helpful votes
Found a reference to the Aquarium while looking for a place to park on the other side of the river. Very easy to get to, less than 1km from the motorway off at Barrio Del Carmen and a short distance down Calle Cartegena on the left in a quadrangle of university buildings. Only a euro to get in and only a few tanks but there are information screens and the baby sharks and seahorses are the main attraction. Worth a look and only ten minutes walk to the Town Hall area. Big underground car park next to it.
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Date of experience: February 2016
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