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Municipal Museum room, building Hospitalito, El Puerto de Santa Maria, Cadiz
Spain
Desde 1982, año en que se abrieron sus puertas, el Museo Municipal viene desarrollando sus secciones de Arqueología y Bellas Artes y Etnológica. El Museo cuenta con una Dirección, un Departamento de Conservación y Restauración y un Servicio de Difusión. Desde 1992, el Museo se halla orgánica y administrativamente integrado en la Concejalía de Cultura del Excmo. Ayuntamiento de El Puerto de Santa María.
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