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  • 1 Museo Arqueológico Interesting

    Museums and art

    calle General Echagüe 2

    The Archaeological Museum occupies the elegant Dávalos Palace, with a façade topped with a graceful mirador. It contains a large collection of Bronze Age to medieval pieces, including many from Castulo. Note the bronze Niké from the 1C with the delic..

  • 2 Santa María la Mayor

    Religious buildings

    This magnificent 16C building on the remains of another church allies the Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance styles. Inside, the portals of some of the lateral chapels and the grand retable show beautiful scenes from the Old Testament.

  • 3 Hospital of the Marquis of Linares

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    The exuberant architecture contrasts with the elegance and simplicity of the square that carries the same name. This neo-classical building was only built in the early 20C and houses the crypt of the marquis, a work by Coullaut Valera.

  • 4 Linares Law Courts

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    The sculpted, richly decorated façade of this immense 18C building is a true wonder with religious scenes, stylistic scenes and scenes from daily life.

  • 5 San Francisco

    Religious buildings

    Its austere exterior, its fine façade crowned with a belltower and flanked with a narrow spire are a good setting for the admirable baroque retable on the main altar.

  • 6 Ayuntamiento (Town Hall)

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    The fine entrance area of this 18C building takes up a whole side of a large public square.

  • 7 Cástulo ruins

    Archaeological and historical sites

    The settlement 7km north of Linares bears witness to an ancient past. It was founded by the Greeks and then inhabited by the Phoenicians and the Romans. During Antiquity it was one of the most prosperous towns in the area on account of the local lead..

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