Museo Diocesano Regina Coeli

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Museo Diocesano Regina Coeli

Museo Diocesano Regina Coeli
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Parks9
Birmingham, UK127 contributions
We were taken aback by the amount of relics here, interesting and a lovely building. Not recommended for children.
Written September 29, 2019
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hans-jaguar
Santa Comba Dao, Portugal20,556 contributions
Solo
You can find this museum in the building who was the formal “Convent of the Sisters Domenico’s – Regina Coeli”, the museum has being created in the year 1967, and has been so the first diocesan museum from Spain. Behind the Museum is a great car park.
Written November 29, 2017
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dritherdon
north west88 contributions
Friends
On 3 floors this old building is not user friendly to those with impairments. Even just accessing the ground floor, there is a peaceful air
Written September 10, 2017
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nmph2017
Bendigo, Australia47 contributions
Couples
Still a functioning Monastery so some quiet/respectful behaviour is a must. It dates back to the settlement of Santillana Del Mar and is part of the original northern route on the Camino de Compestela.
Written September 1, 2017
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GodfreydeZilla
Glastonbury, UK156 contributions
Family
We went in there to hide from the rain. It is also opposite the bus stop to Santander so we thought we could spend some time in the museum while we waited for the next bus. The museum was completely empty. The religious artefacts and statues were quite interesting but the building was dark in places and some of the statues rattled when you stepped on a loose floorboard. We found it rather spooky.
Written August 20, 2016
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Xanthe M
London, UK9 contributions
Couples
Polychrome sculpture isn't particularly fashionable but there is lots of interesting stuff here and the Museum is very uncrowded.
Written July 10, 2016
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toniShanghai
shanghai710 contributions
Couples
Firstly this is in a great building and it's worth the 2 or 3 euro just to walk round the building. If you are into religious art then there is a lot on display from all over the area, in fact we wondered if there was anything left in the actual churches! There are also old in fact very very old church organs displayed, unfortunately most of them are in fragments and beyond restoration. It was an interesting visit.
Written June 23, 2016
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