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Part of the medieval history of Spain and the Spanish catholic church. Stunning how a beautiful and quaint town could harbor such terror and horror to torture its own citizens. Quite a contrast and worth observing.
It’s called the museum of the inquisition but it’s not really hat at all. Come if you want to find many instruments of torture displayed and their use described in fairly minute detail.
But there was literally nothing about the inquisition - what led to...More
The museum displays a lot of the instruments used during the Spanish Inquisition with detailed descriptions for usage and effects on the victim.
3 out of 5 for the total lack of history concerning the Spanish Inquisition.
The showing of all the torture instruments definitely...More
Well worth a visit...a bit like the one in Prague but a bit bigger as i recall. On the positive side it’s great that we weren’t born too early where these things seemed to have been commonplace. However I cannot understand taking 5 year olds....More
Very professional, very detailed and clear explanations and illustrations - but definitely for the people that are feeling too good with the beauty of the area and need to spoil their mood. For me first 5 minutes were enough.
I’m glad I wasn’t around hundreds of years ago, my big mouth would surely have seen me meet with a terrible fate.
This place bears testimony to a dark period in humanity and features crude torture devices designed to inflict and prolong maximum suffering. Beyond...More
Very interesting - whilst the pictures are drawings, they are quite graphic & coupled up with the description of how the pain was inflicted it can be quite gory!! It was a very interesting couple of hours!! Worth a visit...