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Museus

CENTRO DIDÁTICO DA JUDIARIA (Casa de Andrés Laguna - Casa de Abraham Seneor)

 

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Centro Didático da Judiaria

Situado dentro da casa de Abraham Senneor, onde também habitou o ilustre doutor Andrés Laguna, médico pessoal de Carlos I e do papa Júlio III. A portada corresponde à da família Mexía de Tovar. No seu interior puede visitar-se o Centro Didático da Judiaria onde por meio de paineis, vídeos e uma inovadora tecnologia audiovisual se permite ao visitante se familializar com os diferentes aspectos da cultura judia através de um percurso ao longo da sua história e os seus costumes. Tenta-se assim abarcar de modo simples os aspetos mais importantes desta cultura que durante séculos formou parte importante da sociedade. Para além disto conta com uma extensa colección de bibliografía especializada em hebraico.

C/ Judería Vieja, 12
40001 Segovia
Telf: (+34) 921 46 23 96
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PORTA DE SANTO ANDRÉ (Espaço Informativo da Muralha)

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Porta de Santo André

No interior da Porta de Santo André, na antiga casa da guarda, pode visitar-se o Espaço Informativo da Muralha donde, por intemédio de diferentes paineis, se ilustra a cerca medieval que protege a parte alta da cidade. Oferece-se além disso a possibilidade de aceder ao adarve (caminho de ronda sobre a muralha) de onde se contemplam vistas magníficas do bairro da judiaria e da arquitetura militar medieval da cidade assim como da necrópole hebrea que se extende ao outro lado do vale do rio Clamores.
Conhecido também como Arco do Socorro.

C/ Martínez Campos, s/n
40001 Segovia
Telf: (+34) 921 46 12 97

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MUSEO DE SEGOVIA - Casa do Sol

Museum of Segovia
Museo de Segovia

O Museu de Segóvia, antigo Museu Provincial de Belas Artes, data de 1842. Formou-se com obras procedentes dos conventos suprimidos pela “Desamortização” de Mendizábal que não se consideraram merecedoras de ser levadas para o actual Museu do Prado.

Depois de se localizar em diferentes edifícios, o Ayuntamiento (Câmara Municipal/ Prefeitura) cedeu ao Estado um velho edifício, que era o matadouro, desde Enrique IV: a
chamada Casa do Sol. O conjunto da exposição distribuie-se por seis salas, em volta do pátio, onde se mostram tambiém peças de todas as épocas. Na primeira sala, a modo de introdução, é dedicada à Geologia e à paisagem do território, com o apoio de uma grande maquete da província e de um audiovisual.
Na segunda sala mostram-se objetos fabricados entre a Pré-historia e a Alta Idade Média, passando por secções dedicadas ao mundo romano e ao aqueduto.

Entre os seus fundos há que destacar dois berrões celtibéricos, mosaicos romanos, esmaltes visigodos, uma ampla série de retábulos de pintores castelhanos e flamencos dos séculos XV e XVI e interessantes coleções de moedas procedentes de la Casa da Moeda segoviana, vidros de La Granja, escultura religiosa, gravações de Dürer e Rembrandt e outros autores, e pintura contemporânea.

C/ Socorro, 11
40001 Segovia

Telf: (+34) 921 46 06 13
Fax (+34) 921 46 05 80

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HOUSE-MUSEUM OF ANTONIO MACHADO

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House-Museum of Antonio Machado

It was back in 1919 when the poet Antonio Machado came to Segovia for occupying a chair in the High School of the city. From that moment on, until he left Segovia in 1932, he rented a room in a house of the Desamparados street that, as time went by, was bought by the Academy of History and Arts of San Quirce, turning it into a permanent remembrance of the poet.

It’s a museum made for the most intimate evocation. The humble house remains as nude as it should have been when Antonio inhabited the place, and still preserves the same furniture. The room he occupied remains untouched, and from the walls, as for materializing his absence, hangs a collection of old pictures, along with paintings, drawings and posters which wear the signature of artists such as Rafael Peñuelas, Jesus Unturbe, Alvaro Delgado or Pablo Picasso.

5, Desamparados40001 SegoviaTel. (+34) 921 460 377 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
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MUSEUM OF ART CONTEMPORANEO ESTEBAN VICENTE

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Museum of art Contemporáneo Esteban Vicente

Opened in 1998, this museum is devoted to Esteban Vicente, an artist born in the segovian village of Turegano, educated in Madrid, sent into exile due to the Civil War, and the only Spanish member of the first generation of the New York School of American Abstract Expressionism. The collection is composed by oil paintings, collages, drawings, watercolours and sculptures by the artist, donated by him and his wife, Harriet Gotfried.

The exhibition of this Permanent Collection alternates with Temporal Exhibitions and diverse activities such as conferences, recitals and concerts.

The museum was set in the former Palace of Enrique IV Trastamara, built in the beginning of the 15th century by Juan II for his son. In 1518 it was transformed into a Hospital de Viejos (old people’s home), which chapel is preserved inside. Lately, it was converted into a Noble Arts School.

Bellas Artes Square
40001 Segovia

Tel. (+34) 921 462 010
Fax. (+34) 921 462 277

www.museoestebanvicente.es
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RODERA-ROBLES MUSEUM- CASA DEL HIDALGO

Museum Rodera-Robles
Rodera-Robles Museum-Casa del Hidalgo

Set up inside the Casa del Hidalgo,noblemen’s house built between the 15th and 16th centuries. Presently, it houses the collection of paintings of the Rodera-Robles Foundation, made mainly of local artist’s works and other linked in any way with the region, like the Tablada family, Unturbe, Eduardo Vicente, E. Navarro, Nuñez Losada and Nuñez de Celis, Rafael Peñuelas, or the Zubiaurre brothers. It also has paintings from famous artists such as J. Sorolla, Beruete, Fortuny and ceramics from the workshops of Zuloaga. The building shows also a Permanent Exhibition on the traditional devices for carving, and some rooms for housing Temporal Exhibitions on Graphic Design.

This was one of the buildings used in the past as Museum of the Region.

12, San Agustin40001 SegoviaTel. (+34) 921 460 207

www.rodera-robles.org
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ZULOAGA MUSEUM- CHURCH OF SAN JUAN DE LOS CABALLEROS

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Zuloaga Museum

It is set up inside the ancient church of San Juan de los Caballeros (11th-13th centuries). Structured in three naves with a three-headed apse. It also has arcades heading south and west. In the last one, it’s worth pointing out the Gothic doorway. It preserves remains of a Visigoth church (6th century)

It was saved from collapsing by the artist Daniel Zuloaga, who set up there his workshop.

In the museum, the visitor can find paintings from Ignacio Zuloaga, and oil paintings, watercolour paintings and ceramics of Daniel and his sons. Inside the church we may find also the burials of the Nobles Linajes (Noble Lineages) people, to whose founders, Fernan Garcia and Dia Sanz, the legend attributes the conquest of Madrid.

Colmenares Square
40001 Segovia

Tel. (+34) 921 463 348
Fax. (+34) 921 460 580

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MUSEUM OF THE CATHEDRAL

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Museum of the Cathedral

It was created in 1824 by the Bishop Manuel Castro Alonso, and set up in several rooms attached to the cloister. One of them is the Chapel of Santa Catalina, where we will find paintings of Flemish and Spanish painters. Either anonymous, as the Maestro de los Claveles or the Maestro de la Santa Sangre, or known, as Bernard van Orley, Marinus van Reymerswale, Pedro Berruguete, Luis de Morales, Alonso de Herrera or Antonio Maria Esquivel (the last one is the author to the historic painting "San Francisco de Borja ante Carlos V"). The collection on this room is also composed of notable pieces of gold and silver work, as well as the processional monstrance, made by the silver work master of the 17th century Rafael Gonzalez, native of Toledo.

Inside the Chapter House, covered with a marvellous renaissance ceiling that, according to the legend, is decorated with the first gold brought from America, stands out a magnificent series of tapestries, complemented with the ones hanging from the stairs leading to the Library. In there, it is set the best complement to this museum, the Archives, which holds documentation from the 13th century on, such as the library donated to the Cathedral by the Bishop Arias Davila, ancient songbooks, incunabula, and two priceless editorial jewels: the Cancionero de la Catedral, anthology of songs from Castilla and other European regions in the late 15th century, and the Sinodal de Aguilafuente, printed in Segovia by Juan Parix in 1472 and, therefore, the first book to be printed in Spain.

1, Marqués del Arco
40001 Segovia

Tel. (+34) 921 462 205
Fax. (+34) 921 460 694

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