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Museu de la Conca Dellà

Isona i Conca Dellà

<p>Museu de la Conca Dell&agrave;, view of the entrance.</p>

Museu de la Conca Dellà, view of the entrance.

The Museu de la Conca Dellà offers the visitor a fascinating journey through time in a region which in the long ago was settled by the Romans, and, in the even longer ago, was inhabited by dinosaurs.

The museum is laid out in four thematic sections:

Ground floor: Introduction to the Conca Dellà

By means of a relief maquette of the area and information panels which show the local places of interest, organised around the main population centres, this display introduces visitors to the main features of the geographical and geological environment, and to the rich cultural and natural heritage of the Conca Dellà.

First floor: Roman Times

This room, which is dedicated to the legacy left by the Romans, shows us the chronological development of the settlement of Aeso where the town of Isona now stands.

Second floor: The Time of the Dinosaurs

Here we travel back in time for some 70 million years to a period when the Pyrenees were still being formed and the Earth was very different from how it is now.

Cellar: The Wine of La Conca

In the cellar there are a number of panels describing the history of grape-growing in the Conca, where wine-making was an important industry until the vines were wiped out by the phylloxera epidemic of the 1880s and 1890s.

SPACES

<p>The visitor reception area is here, as well as the tourist information office, the museum shop, and the exhibition on the Conca Dell&agrave;.</p>
Ground floor: The Conca Dellà
Ground floor: The Conca Dellà
<p>Roman Times.</p>
First floor: Roman Times
First floor: Roman Times
<p>Full-size replica of <em>Pararhabdodon isonensis</em>.</p>
Second floor: Times of the Dinosaurs
Second floor: Times of the Dinosaurs

OBJECTS

<p>Roman tombstone of Lucius Emilius Paternus.</p>
Roman tombstone
Roman tombstone
<p>Child burial.</p>
Child burial
Child burial
<p>Life size replica of <em>Pararhabdodon isonensis</em>.</p>
Pararhabdodon isonensis
Pararhabdodon isonensis
<p>The maxillary of a<em> Pararhabdodon isonensis</em>.</p>
Pararhabdodon isonensis maxill...
Pararhabdodon isonensis maxillary

EXTENSIONS

<p>General view of the Orcau 2 site.</p>
Dinosaur footprints at the Orc...
Dinosaur footprints at the Orcau 2 site
<p>View of the fa&ccedil;ade of Llord&agrave; castle.</p>
Medieval castle of Llordà
Medieval castle of Llordà
<p>Life-size recreation of a titanosaur laying its eggs</p>
Dinosfera Palaeo-environmental...
Dinosfera Palaeo-environmental Centre
<p>View of the east face of the Romanesque Church of Santa Maria de Covet.</p>
Romanesque Church of Santa Mar...
Romanesque Church of Santa Maria de Covet
<p>View of the south tower of the Roman walls of Aeso.</p>
Roman wall
Roman wall

INFORMATION

ADDRESS
FEES
TELEPHONE
WEBSITE
http://www.parc-cretaci.com
OPENING TIMES
EMAIL
museucd@parc-cretaci.com

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