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Seville enchants

Ethnological

Blas Infante designed and built his own house atop a hill overlooking the River Guadalquivir in 1931. He lived there with his family until his arrest in 1936.

Visitors can tour the recently restored rooms while enjoying an innovative account that revisits the importance of the Father of the Andalusian Homeland and revitalises the origins of his thoughts.

The Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum of La Puebla de Cazalla is located at the Hacienda la Fuenlonguilla. It used to be a traditional olive oil mill that was operational between the 19th and 20th centuries. Its floor plan is practically square with two differentiated areas.

The Sendai House Museum is located in the heart of Coria del Río, a five minutes’ walk from the Town Hall, and ten minutes from the river and Carlos de Mesa Park.

The "Cotidiana Vitae" Theme Centre recreates different parts of the Roman city of Italica and allows visitors to travel back in time to learn about the lives and customs of the Roman Empire. The visit allows visitors to travel to the second century A.D. and to walk through different public and private areas of a Roman city.
 

Conceived as a great centre for exhibitions and other artistic expressions, where the permanent collection rooms on the history of Alcalá coexist with the temporary exhibitions that allow us to gain an insight into the contemporary panorama of the plastic arts. 

The Museum of Popular Arts and Customs of Seville, created in 1972, is a museum dedicated to Andalusian ethnological heritage, both tangible and intangible, in the rooms of which there are displayed objects and utensils that document the customs, knowledge and ways of life typical of the traditional culture of the area.

The Casa de la Sierra, where the Municipal Tourist Office and Ethnological Museum are located, is one of Castilblanco de los Arroyos' most emblematic buildings. It was built in 1923 by Rafael Amorín Lazo and belonged to a wealthy family from that period.