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Agoncillo

The Würth Museum has been designed as a 20th-21st avant-garde international contemporary arts scenario. Here the works belonging to the Würth España collection will be exhibited, as well as those of the Würth Collection from Germany, considered one of the main ones in Europe and collected thanks to the initiative of Professor Dr. h.c. Reinhold Würth since the 1960s.

Visit this website if you want to know more about current exhibitions. 

Agoncillo

The Würth Museum has been designed as a 20th-21st avant-garde international contemporary arts scenario. Here the works belonging to the Würth España collection will be exhibited, as well as those of the Würth Collection from Germany, considered one of the main ones in Europe and collected thanks to the initiative of Professor Dr. h.c. Reinhold Würth since the 1960s.

Visit this website if you want to know more about current exhibitions. 

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Aguilar del Río Alhama

Contrebia Leukade Visitors' Centre is an exhibition space where its different rooms evoke to the visitor, in an attractive and suggestive way, a city reinvented in a celtiberian world full of symbolism which reflects its everyday life, its customs,its military and strategic function, and the dreams and feelings of those who built it and lived there.

Divided in five rooms, it offers a vision of the celtiberian town: its physical location, its historical evolution, its military architecture, its houses, the animistic nature, its people, their stories... In this way,visitors will be captivated by the atmosphere of a historical period that turned this area of La Rioja and its people into one of the most attractive and imaginary places of the celtiberian world.

Aguilar del Río Alhama

Contrebia Leukade Visitors' Centre is an exhibition space where its different rooms evoke to the visitor, in an attractive and suggestive way, a city reinvented in a celtiberian world full of symbolism which reflects its everyday life, its customs,its military and strategic function, and the dreams and feelings of those who built it and lived there.

Divided in five rooms, it offers a vision of the celtiberian town: its physical location, its historical evolution, its military architecture, its houses, the animistic nature, its people, their stories... In this way,visitors will be captivated by the atmosphere of a historical period that turned this area of La Rioja and its people into one of the most attractive and imaginary places of the celtiberian world.

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Albelda de Iregua

Almazara Valle del Iregua (Iregua Valley Oil Mill), in Albelda de Iregua (La Rioja), is the first oil mill in the Iregua Valley.
 
Almazara Valle del Iregua is a company with state-of-the-art technology, mainly engaged in producing cold-pressed, non-filtered, extra virgin olive oils, at all times being committed to the quality of its products. Promoting olive growing and olive oil tourism through several activities and wine tasting courses.

Almazara Valle del Iregua believes that consumers should know which are the best methods for obtaining extra virgin olive oil in all its glory. As a result of their commitment to quality,
Almazara Valle del Iregua has adapted to the Organic Farming Legislation with cutting-edge machinery manufactured in stainless steel with two-stage extraction system. It also holds the Environmental quality standard ISO 14001.

Another activity of the mill is the promotion of olive oil tourism through guided tours of the mill and and olive groves, as well as tasting sessions and courses on olive growing and oil technology.

Albelda de Iregua

Almazara Valle del Iregua (Iregua Valley Oil Mill), in Albelda de Iregua (La Rioja), is the first oil mill in the Iregua Valley.
 
Almazara Valle del Iregua is a company with state-of-the-art technology, mainly engaged in producing cold-pressed, non-filtered, extra virgin olive oils, at all times being committed to the quality of its products. Promoting olive growing and olive oil tourism through several activities and wine tasting courses.

Almazara Valle del Iregua believes that consumers should know which are the best methods for obtaining extra virgin olive oil in all its glory. As a result of their commitment to quality,
Almazara Valle del Iregua has adapted to the Organic Farming Legislation with cutting-edge machinery manufactured in stainless steel with two-stage extraction system. It also holds the Environmental quality standard ISO 14001.

Another activity of the mill is the promotion of olive oil tourism through guided tours of the mill and and olive groves, as well as tasting sessions and courses on olive growing and oil technology.

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Alesón

It is a small Visitors' Centre about the Chestnut Tree and chestnuts, where its evolution, values and uses are explained.

Chestnuts are a fruit traditionally rooted in our society of great nutritional and cultural value, but still very unknown gastronomically speaking.
The aim of this centre is to give this fruit the justice it deserves and make it known in all its aspects.
To do this, there is a series of explanatory panels, leaflets,an audio-visual reproduction, and gastronomic chestnut tasting sessions, roasted chestnuts or chestnut liqueur creams, etc.

In the same space is a small shop selling all kinds of products made from chestnuts, as well as related tools.

Alesón

It is a small Visitors' Centre about the Chestnut Tree and chestnuts, where its evolution, values and uses are explained.

Chestnuts are a fruit traditionally rooted in our society of great nutritional and cultural value, but still very unknown gastronomically speaking.
The aim of this centre is to give this fruit the justice it deserves and make it known in all its aspects.
To do this, there is a series of explanatory panels, leaflets,an audio-visual reproduction, and gastronomic chestnut tasting sessions, roasted chestnuts or chestnut liqueur creams, etc.

In the same space is a small shop selling all kinds of products made from chestnuts, as well as related tools.

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Alfaro

Testimony to the lush vegetation which accompanied the winding course of the Ebro, where the riverbanks today represent privileged redoubts for wildlife. What in olden days must have constituted a wide, extensive riverbank passage following the Ebro on both banks today is broken up into stretches. Tiny enclaves with rich diversity.Entering deep into the thickets or approaching banks and beaches, means entering one of the richest and most varied ecosystems of our territory.
Permanent exhibition and projection which tackles the nature reserve of the Riverbanks of the Ebro, the stork colony and the history of Alfaro.

Alfaro

Testimony to the lush vegetation which accompanied the winding course of the Ebro, where the riverbanks today represent privileged redoubts for wildlife. What in olden days must have constituted a wide, extensive riverbank passage following the Ebro on both banks today is broken up into stretches. Tiny enclaves with rich diversity.Entering deep into the thickets or approaching banks and beaches, means entering one of the richest and most varied ecosystems of our territory.
Permanent exhibition and projection which tackles the nature reserve of the Riverbanks of the Ebro, the stork colony and the history of Alfaro.

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Briones

This 4000 m museum belonging to the Dinastia Vivanco Foundation houses 2 the cultural collection of the Rioja winemaking Vivanco family. Archaeology, sculpture, painting, etc. Give us a universal vision of the relevance that wine has had in all civilisations throughout history.

A specialised library, a tasting room, two restaurants, a conference hall and a wine shop complete the facilities available at this great Museum of the Culture of Wine/p>

Briones

This 4000 m museum belonging to the Dinastia Vivanco Foundation houses 2 the cultural collection of the Rioja winemaking Vivanco family. Archaeology, sculpture, painting, etc. Give us a universal vision of the relevance that wine has had in all civilisations throughout history.

A specialised library, a tasting room, two restaurants, a conference hall and a wine shop complete the facilities available at this great Museum of the Culture of Wine/p>

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Calahorra

El Museo de la Romanización (The Museum of Romanization) is in the centre of the old town, on Calle Ángel Oliván, in a beautiful building owned by the Regional Government of La Rioja, the Calahorra Town Council being responsible for its maintenance. Built in the 1930s, it is popularly known as the "Casa del Millonario"   (The Millionaire's House) since its owner, in the 1930s, was lucky enough to win a prize of three million pesetas in the National Lottery, and had this house built. Later this building had other uses such as a Notary's Office, a house of tenants, until it became the Museo Municipal in 1984, opened by the King and Queen of Spain. In 2007 it started being refurbished to house the Museum of Romanization, which was finally opened in 2009.  

The building occupies a built area of 414 m2. It is a historic building which consists of ground floor and three storeys, in addition to a garden where architectural materials of greater weight are exhibited. The building maintains its original structure, although some rooms have been remodeled for exhibition rooms. Original elements are several stained-glass doors and windows, marquetry floors and ceilings of the noble rooms, as well as the lift.
  
Services:
- Free guided visits for school groups, upon request by appointment
- Researchers
- Shop: sale of publications of a scientific nature and reproductions

Main Services
Collection: through purchase, donation, or deposit.
Research, cataloguing, and custody.
Conservation and security measures for the collections.
Exhibition organised, didactical and aesthetic.
Educational activities.

Calahorra

El Museo de la Romanización (The Museum of Romanization) is in the centre of the old town, on Calle Ángel Oliván, in a beautiful building owned by the Regional Government of La Rioja, the Calahorra Town Council being responsible for its maintenance. Built in the 1930s, it is popularly known as the "Casa del Millonario"   (The Millionaire's House) since its owner, in the 1930s, was lucky enough to win a prize of three million pesetas in the National Lottery, and had this house built. Later this building had other uses such as a Notary's Office, a house of tenants, until it became the Museo Municipal in 1984, opened by the King and Queen of Spain. In 2007 it started being refurbished to house the Museum of Romanization, which was finally opened in 2009.  

The building occupies a built area of 414 m2. It is a historic building which consists of ground floor and three storeys, in addition to a garden where architectural materials of greater weight are exhibited. The building maintains its original structure, although some rooms have been remodeled for exhibition rooms. Original elements are several stained-glass doors and windows, marquetry floors and ceilings of the noble rooms, as well as the lift.
  
Services:
- Free guided visits for school groups, upon request by appointment
- Researchers
- Shop: sale of publications of a scientific nature and reproductions

Main Services
Collection: through purchase, donation, or deposit.
Research, cataloguing, and custody.
Conservation and security measures for the collections.
Exhibition organised, didactical and aesthetic.
Educational activities.

Museo de la Verdura

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Calahorra

El Museo de la Verdura (Museum of Vegetables) has been designed as an interactive and educational centre, being equipped with new technologies, touch screens and computer games to make the contents more attractive. Throughout the centre, there are 18 audiovisuals presenting different aspects of the most important vegetables of Calahorra, ranging from the land to agriculture, gastronomy and the importance of horticultural products in a healthy diet.

THE CENTRE HAS SIX EXHIBITION SPACES:

1.- “El territorio y el hombre”(Territory and Man): Featuring the characteristics of the lands of Calahorra and La Rioja Baja and farmers' work. It contains a video with three documentaries, a map and model of La Rioja Baja and different elements related to farming.

2.- “La agricultura y la huerta” (Agriculture and Farming): Dealing with irrigation systems, the evolution of farming systems, machinery and tools throughout history, soil strata and religious and popular culture on farming.

3.- “Nuestras verduras”(Our Vegetables): Paying special attention to the growing and production of seven vegetables: artichoke, thistle, onion, cauliflower, asparagus, lettuce and pepper. br />
4.- “La Conserva” (Preserves): Explaining traditional preservation methods, where we can see some labels from Calahorra preserves, a 1920s documentary by Conservas Francisco Moreno and another documentary about the current canning factories.

5- “Otros sistemas de conservación” (Other Systems of Preservation): Presenting pre-prepared and pre-cooked product range: washed, pre-cooked and frozen vegetables.

6- “Todo para comer” (Everything for Eating): Dealing with vegetable gastronomy, showing six videos with recipes from six restaurants in the city and pamphlets with recipes from catering establishments. This space is decorated with different cooking devices and utensils used throughout history.

Calahorra

El Museo de la Verdura (Museum of Vegetables) has been designed as an interactive and educational centre, being equipped with new technologies, touch screens and computer games to make the contents more attractive. Throughout the centre, there are 18 audiovisuals presenting different aspects of the most important vegetables of Calahorra, ranging from the land to agriculture, gastronomy and the importance of horticultural products in a healthy diet.

THE CENTRE HAS SIX EXHIBITION SPACES:

1.- “El territorio y el hombre”(Territory and Man): Featuring the characteristics of the lands of Calahorra and La Rioja Baja and farmers' work. It contains a video with three documentaries, a map and model of La Rioja Baja and different elements related to farming.

2.- “La agricultura y la huerta” (Agriculture and Farming): Dealing with irrigation systems, the evolution of farming systems, machinery and tools throughout history, soil strata and religious and popular culture on farming.

3.- “Nuestras verduras”(Our Vegetables): Paying special attention to the growing and production of seven vegetables: artichoke, thistle, onion, cauliflower, asparagus, lettuce and pepper. br />
4.- “La Conserva” (Preserves): Explaining traditional preservation methods, where we can see some labels from Calahorra preserves, a 1920s documentary by Conservas Francisco Moreno and another documentary about the current canning factories.

5- “Otros sistemas de conservación” (Other Systems of Preservation): Presenting pre-prepared and pre-cooked product range: washed, pre-cooked and frozen vegetables.

6- “Todo para comer” (Everything for Eating): Dealing with vegetable gastronomy, showing six videos with recipes from six restaurants in the city and pamphlets with recipes from catering establishments. This space is decorated with different cooking devices and utensils used throughout history.

Tierra Rapaz

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Calahorra

Tierra Rapaz es un parque de aves rapaces dedicado a la educación medio ambiental, cuyo objetivo prioritario es acercar la ciencia y el estudio sobre estas aves al visitante de una manera divertida y apasionante. En él, se dan a conocer diversas áreas de la biología de estas majestuosas aves como el desarrollo embrionario en un ave rapaz, la cría de sus pollos, sus habilidades para cazar y comportamentales, sus amenazas y problemas de conservación y muchas cosas más. Aprender y divertirse es ahora posible en un parque para todas las edades.

Calahorra

Tierra Rapaz es un parque de aves rapaces dedicado a la educación medio ambiental, cuyo objetivo prioritario es acercar la ciencia y el estudio sobre estas aves al visitante de una manera divertida y apasionante. En él, se dan a conocer diversas áreas de la biología de estas majestuosas aves como el desarrollo embrionario en un ave rapaz, la cría de sus pollos, sus habilidades para cazar y comportamentales, sus amenazas y problemas de conservación y muchas cosas más. Aprender y divertirse es ahora posible en un parque para todas las edades.

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Calahorra

This convent was founded in 1598 in Calahorra with barefoot nuns of the Order of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. Many were the people who supported the construction of its church, which was consecrated in the year 1642, among whom we should mention the Bishop of Calahorra y La Calzada, Pedro Manso de Zúñiga and the head of the Patronazgo, José González de Uzqueta.

The monastery church is currently the only part of the convent which can be visited. Consecrated in 1642, it has a Latin cross floor plan, with clearly Carmelite origins, which follows the religious model of the early 17th c. /span>

The façade of the church has a typical Carmelite rectangle crowned by a triangular top with balls. Over the main doorway is a stone image of San José with the infant from 1649 which comes from Madrid, with eagles on either side holding the arms of the González de Uzqueta family.

The main altar is in the classic style from the first half of the 17th century, in the centre of the body, a group of sculptures of the Trinity and Holy Family in the Castilian style of the school of Gregorio Fernández. In the side panels and attic, paintings of the life of Santa Teresa.

In the side altarpiece, on the left you can admire an extraordinary carving of Christ tied to a column, by Gregorio Fernández from 1625 and an oil painting of Jesus Saviour of the World.

In the central nave there are two neo-gothic altarpieces with the images of Saint Teresa de Jesús on the right hand side and the Holy Family on the left.

In the southern arm of the transept a 1644 painting by Bartolomé Román depicting the martyrdom of St. Bartholomew and in the lower choir, a magnificent Romanist crucifix from the late 16th c., by the Portuguese sculptor Manuel Pereira.

The monastery has lodging with a spacious inner patio. The Carmelite nuns who live here make exquisite sweets and confectionery in the monastic tradition.

Calahorra

This convent was founded in 1598 in Calahorra with barefoot nuns of the Order of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. Many were the people who supported the construction of its church, which was consecrated in the year 1642, among whom we should mention the Bishop of Calahorra y La Calzada, Pedro Manso de Zúñiga and the head of the Patronazgo, José González de Uzqueta.

The monastery church is currently the only part of the convent which can be visited. Consecrated in 1642, it has a Latin cross floor plan, with clearly Carmelite origins, which follows the religious model of the early 17th c. /span>

The façade of the church has a typical Carmelite rectangle crowned by a triangular top with balls. Over the main doorway is a stone image of San José with the infant from 1649 which comes from Madrid, with eagles on either side holding the arms of the González de Uzqueta family.

The main altar is in the classic style from the first half of the 17th century, in the centre of the body, a group of sculptures of the Trinity and Holy Family in the Castilian style of the school of Gregorio Fernández. In the side panels and attic, paintings of the life of Santa Teresa.

In the side altarpiece, on the left you can admire an extraordinary carving of Christ tied to a column, by Gregorio Fernández from 1625 and an oil painting of Jesus Saviour of the World.

In the central nave there are two neo-gothic altarpieces with the images of Saint Teresa de Jesús on the right hand side and the Holy Family on the left.

In the southern arm of the transept a 1644 painting by Bartolomé Román depicting the martyrdom of St. Bartholomew and in the lower choir, a magnificent Romanist crucifix from the late 16th c., by the Portuguese sculptor Manuel Pereira.

The monastery has lodging with a spacious inner patio. The Carmelite nuns who live here make exquisite sweets and confectionery in the monastic tradition.

El Barranco Perdido

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Enciso

More than 120 million years ago, dinosaurs lived in this place. They lived in a unique setting, the ancient Tethys Sea, where they left their mark. Today we continue to be amazed by their habitat, their food, their way of life, hunting... i.e, the true natural setting of saurians. And we know it because palaeontologists have used all the tools available to them to discover the remains of one of the most amazing animals that have inhabited our planet.

Screening and exhibition area
On the top floor of the entrance building you can enjoy a 3D screening in which the dinosaurs are the stars. In addition, the exhibition area, located in the same building, explores the work of palaeontologists, with a sample of the materials used and the remains of an excavation. The exhibition is interactive, through games (puzzles and touchscreens) in which the visitor is the protagonist.

Further information at www.barrancoperdido.com

Enciso

More than 120 million years ago, dinosaurs lived in this place. They lived in a unique setting, the ancient Tethys Sea, where they left their mark. Today we continue to be amazed by their habitat, their food, their way of life, hunting... i.e, the true natural setting of saurians. And we know it because palaeontologists have used all the tools available to them to discover the remains of one of the most amazing animals that have inhabited our planet.

Screening and exhibition area
On the top floor of the entrance building you can enjoy a 3D screening in which the dinosaurs are the stars. In addition, the exhibition area, located in the same building, explores the work of palaeontologists, with a sample of the materials used and the remains of an excavation. The exhibition is interactive, through games (puzzles and touchscreens) in which the visitor is the protagonist.

Further information at www.barrancoperdido.com

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Igea

As well as interpreting and explaining the geological and palaeontological aspects of the Region of La Rioja, visitors will be able to discover the interest aroused by this valuable legacy from the past and its importance in the context of Spanish European and world geology.


Through various thematic spaces the visitor will be able to read and see a series of didactic messages which will take him on a fascinating journey through time,back to distant geological origins of La Rioja.


Perhaps the most spectacular discovery in the area was a fossilised conifer trunk 11 metres long, this incredible trunk is 4 km. From the village, on the hill opposite the shrine of Our Lady of el Villar, and is right on the side of the Cornago road.


Igea

As well as interpreting and explaining the geological and palaeontological aspects of the Region of La Rioja, visitors will be able to discover the interest aroused by this valuable legacy from the past and its importance in the context of Spanish European and world geology.


Through various thematic spaces the visitor will be able to read and see a series of didactic messages which will take him on a fascinating journey through time,back to distant geological origins of La Rioja.


Perhaps the most spectacular discovery in the area was a fossilised conifer trunk 11 metres long, this incredible trunk is 4 km. From the village, on the hill opposite the shrine of Our Lady of el Villar, and is right on the side of the Cornago road.


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