The National Archaeology Museum of Spain occupies an impressive Neo-Classical building in the elegant Salamanca neighbourhood, and contains more than 1,300,000 artworks and artifacts that span millennia, and have been gathered from around the world. After an expensive and lengthy renovation, the museum reopened its doors in 2014 with more than 10,000 sq m (12,000 sq yds) of gallery space to show off its dazzling collection. Major attractions include enigmatic female statues, sculpted ...

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