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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.

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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.

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Calahorra

This museum exhibits religious art from the Diocese of Calahorra

Calahorra

This museum exhibits religious art from the Diocese of Calahorra

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Calahorra

Summer opening times: Monday to Saturday: 10 a.m. to 2. p.m. and 4.30 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. Sundays and bank holidays: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Opening times: Tuesday to Friday: 11 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. Saturdays: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. Sundays and bank holidays: 10 a.m. to 2.p.m. Closed on Mondays.

Calahorra

Summer opening times: Monday to Saturday: 10 a.m. to 2. p.m. and 4.30 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. Sundays and bank holidays: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Opening times: Tuesday to Friday: 11 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. Saturdays: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. Sundays and bank holidays: 10 a.m. to 2.p.m. Closed on Mondays.

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Calahorra

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