The joint effort of research, design and printing has paid off in the form of a triptych on the history of Zamora.
We want you to read it and enjoy it as much as we enjoy the city and its history.
If you are interested in history, and even if you are not a customer, come and ask for it.
Even though our city is known by its Easter, it has more, our city has some museums that it is also interesting to visit:
-“Centro de interpretación de ciudades medievales”, medieval cities interpretation center. Here we can appreciate how was the city during the middle ages, and how other cities were at that time.
-“El museo catedralicio” Cathedral’s museum. XVI century Flemish tapestries are shown there, these tapestries are some of the best preserved in Spain.
-“El museo provincial de Zamora” Zamora’s province museum. This is my favorite museum, including historical pieces and artifacts found throughout Zamora province, it shows our archaeological wealth.
-“El museo etnográfico de Castilla y León”, Castilla y León ethnographic museum. My grandfather would stop at front of each piece shown and tell me “this was used by me, now you have everything!!! You don’t understand how life was”