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Local District Museum of Cervera

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Detail of Casa Duran’s main façade, main site of the Local District Museum of Cervera. MCC. Photo: Jordi Prat.

Detail of Casa Duran’s main façade, main site of the Local District Museum of Cervera. MCC. Photo: Jordi Prat.

The present-day Local District Museum of Cervera is actually a complex comprising three museums with a certain tradition: the old Local District Museum of Cervera, the Wheat and Farming Museum, and finally, the Duran i Sanpere House-Museum.

The medieval art collections are remarkable, and come mainly from religious buildings in the city of Cervera and its district, as well as from the historical collections related to the University of Cervera in the 18th century; two historical moments that are essential for a better understanding of the history and urban and artistic development of Cervera.

The important ethnographic collections related to the agricultural world before the industrialization of the country, which can be seen at the Wheat and Farming Museum, are also worth mentioning; furthermore, the collections found in the Duran i Sanpere House-Museum portray the typical landed gentry of Segarra.

A complex comprising three venues for visitors to travel back into different moments of the city’s history in the company of its main characters.

SPACES

<p>View of the permanent exhibition of The imprecise limits of Segarra. Photo: MCC.</p>
The imprecise limits of Segarra
The imprecise limits of Segarra
<p>View of the permanent exhibition with a detail of the Cervera 1700 room. MCC. Photo: Jordi Prat.</p>
Cervera 1700
Cervera 1700
<p>The Blue Room is one of the most luxurious spaces in the house and is where we find the richest furniture and decoration. MCC. Photo: Jordi Balcells.</p>
Duran i Sanpere House-Museum
Duran i Sanpere House-Museum
<p>View of the Marc M&aacute;rquez 93 Exhibition Space, with an itinerary around the pilot&rsquo;s motorbikes, trophies and awards. MCC. Photo: Jordi Prat.</p>
I am 93
I am 93
<p>One of the rooms in the Wheat and Farming Museum where farming tools are exhibited</p>
Wheat and Farming Museum
Wheat and Farming Museum

OBJECTS

<p><em>Tetartemorion </em>from the Iberian mint of <em>Sikarra<strong>, </strong></em>a silver coin dating from the late 3<sup>rd</sup> or early 2<sup>nd</sup> century BC. MCC. Photo: Joan Porredon.</p>
Tetartemorion. Silver coin
Tetartemorion. Silver coin
<p>Sculpture of Sant Pau by Jaume Padr&oacute;, made of polychrome terracotta (1775-1803). MCC. Photo: Sebasti&agrave; Caus.</p>
Sant Pau sculpture
Sant Pau sculpture
<p>One of the brightest rooms in the <em>piso nobile</em> of the house, known as the <em>Cambra Alegre</em> (Happy Room). MCC. Photo: Jordi Balcells.</p>
The room called Cambra Alegre
The room called Cambra Alegre
<p>Glazed earthenware ewer (aquamanile) dating from the beginning of the 20<sup>th</sup> century.</p>
Ewer
Ewer
<p><em>Mig quart&agrave;</em> (=1,915 kg), a wheat measure.</p>
Wheat measure
Wheat measure

EXTENSIONS

<p>View of the hearth, with the characteristic objects of a country kitchen. MCC. Photo: Jordi Prat.</p>
Wheat and Farming Museum
Wheat and Farming Museum
<p>View of the University of Cervera&rsquo;s interior fa&ccedil;ade, with its remarkable tympanum, by Jaume Padr&oacute;. Generalitat de Catalunya. Photo: Josep Giribet.</p>
University of Cervera
University of Cervera

INFORMATION

ADDRESS
FEES
TELEPHONE
WEBSITE
http://www.museudecervera.cat
OPENING TIMES
EMAIL
museu@museudecervera.cat

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