Plaza de los Caídos, s/n (Palacio del Infantado), Guadalajara, 19001, Spain • http://www.spain.info
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Its historic and art items are organised in three sections: Fine Arts, Ethnography and Archaeology. It offers an anthropological journey through the concepts of life, death, and religiousness from the Palaeolithic to the 20th century. Its collection includes fifty paintings from the Hispanic-Flemish school, as well as the tomb of Doña Aldonza de Mendoza (15th century) and canvases by artists such as Alonso Cano, Carreño de Miranda and Alonso del Arco.
- The architect of this building was Juan Guas. It was built at the wish of the second Duke of…
- Luis Lucena, doctor and humanist and a native of Guadalajara, founded and drew up the plans for…
- The church-cathedral of Santa María was built on the site of an old mosque. The last reformat…