The only place in Pamplona, where you can find an extensive range of treasures, such as the original Romanesque capitals of the cathedral and paintings by Francisco de Goya, is the eclectic 'Museo de Navarra', which was opened to the public in the former 'Nuestra Señora de la Misericordia Hospital' since the 1950s. It's an unusual journey of four floors, which takes you round the various artistic manifestations that have touched Navarre, from prehistoric times to the 20th century, so it'll take a fair amount of time to see it all. You'll find interesting objects here, like the map of Abauntz, which is a stone block with the first map of the Palaeolithic cave schemes, the Roman mosaic of the triumph of Bacchus, from the 1st century AD, or the Hispanic-Muslim chest of Leire, from the 2nd century. The portrait of the Marquis of San Adrián, which was painted in 1804 by an already deaf Francisco de Goya, is even preserved here.
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