Archaeological Museum of Granada

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Patio of the museum.

The Archaeological Museum of Granada is an archaeological museum in the Albayzín district, Granada, Spain.

The museum is located at 41, Carrera del Darro in the Castril palace from the 16th century. It hosts many artefacts from the many different civilizations that settled in Granada including the Carthaginians, the Phoenicians, the Romans and the Arabs. It includes a beautiful Renaissance patio. Its façade dates from 1593.

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Much of the content of this article comes from the equivalent Spanish-language Wikipedia article, accessed December 1, 2006.


Coordinates: 37°10′43″N 3°35′30″W / 37.17861°N 3.59167°W / 37.17861; -3.59167