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Convento do Carmo & Museu rqueologico

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altAll but destroyed completely by the earthquake, its crushed pillars and fragile arches, exposed to the weather, are all that remain of this place. The Museu Arqueologico nearby houses objects such as 14th century carved tombs, Palaeolithic flint stones and even a trio of mummies: one Egyptian and two quite freaky Peruvian ones.

Tel: +213 478 629
Admission Prices: adult/under 14yr €2.50/free, free 10am-2pm on Sundays



 

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