There is no finer archaeological collection in all of Seville than the one on display at this museum. Let your footsteps be the echo of history as you peruse one of a kind artifacts ranging from the early paleolithic period to the Middle Ages. The ground floor holds items culled from prehistoric archaeological sites of native Seville sure to impress dirt and trowel enthusiasts. Be sure to check out "Carambolo's Treasure" from the Tartessian period for which the museum is best known. The collection of mosaics is said to be memorable, so take a gander. In a fit of European snobbery the museum is free for members of the E.U, for everyone else it's 1.50 euro, still not a bad value all things considered.
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