Two Weeks in Spain - May 2014 - Zaragoza - Museo de Zaragoza
The Museo de Zaragoza was one of the highlights of our stay in the city. It's not a large museum, certainly dwarfed by places like the Prado in Madrid. But, unlike the Prado, you can get right next to the art and get a close look at much of it without any glass or other barriers getting in the way. Unlike many museums and churches that we visited, they also don't mind photography (without the use of a flash, of course).
My favorite pieces were from the Gothic collection. It was nice to be able to get close enough to really appreciate the details.
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