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Located in the Maria Luisa Park and originally built as part of the 1929 exhibition, the Archaeological Museum of Seville is one of the best museums of its kind in Spain. The focus is on the Roman era, but there is also a prehistoric section which includes the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age. The galleries on the first floor are devoted to the Roman era with statues and fragments rescued from the nearby ancient site of Italica. (By Carole Raddato) --AHE

Mosaics of Spain's Roman Baetica Route: Archaeological Museum of Seville

Located in the Maria Luisa Park and originally built as part of the 1929 exhibition, the Archaeological Museum of Seville is one of the best museums of its kind in Spain. The focus is on the Roman era, but there is also a prehistoric section which includes the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age. The galleries on the first floor are devoted to the Roman era with statues and fragments rescued from the nearby ancient site of Italica. (By Carole Raddato) --AHE

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Image: Flickr/Bill Vanoss

Image: Flickr/Bill Vanoss

Image: Flickr/Bill Vanoss

Image: Flickr/Bill Vanoss

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Mosaics of Spain's Roman Baetica Route: Lebrija Palace

Bacchic mosaic depicting scenes of the myth according to which Bacchus donated to mankind the secrets of the cultivation of grapes and winemanking, second half of the 2nd century AD or early 3rd century AD, Museo Histórico Municipal de Écija

Mosaics of Spain's Roman Baetica Route: Carmona and Éjica

Bacchic mosaic depicting scenes of the myth according to which Bacchus donated to mankind the secrets of the cultivation of grapes and winemanking, second half of the 2nd century AD or early 3rd century AD, Museo Histórico Municipal de Écija

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