Hallway

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Hallway

Welcome to the Museum of Tudela, a historic building located in the heart of the historic old part in Tudela. The construction dates back to the 15th century. The main facade features an alabaster shield bearing the arms of Pope Julio II and of the Dean Pedro de Villalón, an important character from Renaissance in Tudela.

Hallway
Biblia de Alba

Alba Bible
Facsimil. XV century.

© Museo de Tudela, 2020​

The hallway introduces us to a historic building where the Deans of the cathedral lived. Nowadays it has been transformed for different uses, one of them the museum. The museum exhibits mainly works of sacred art of local origin and different archeological pieces.

Caballero medieval
Hallway

Medieval knight stoned relief XIII century
Unknown

© Museo de Tudela, 2020​

The hallway is the junction of several rooms. It presents in one of its walls a 16th century Muel ceramic from a chapel in the church of San Nicolás. Next to it, the controversial gothic relief of a medieval knight, which preserves remains of the original polychrome and a facsímile of the 15th century Bible of Alba.

Hallway
Azulejos sala zaguán

Muel ceramic XVI century
Virgen de los Remedios chapel. San Nicolás church.

© Museo de Tudela, 2020​

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