Gallery: Spanish Cabezo de la Almagra Museum and Archeological Park Ris...

Photo © Roland HalbeThe Spanish city of Huelva has a new peculiar building for exhibiting the city's archeological treasures that also serves as the University's monumental entrance. Designed by architect Sebastian Cerrejon Hidalgo, 'Cabezo de la Almagra' Museum and Archeological Park has a recycled weathering steel shell that is in constant change. Located on top of a stoney hill were archeological remains were found and many historical events occured, the building's rusty facade symbolizes the passage of time evoking history in a poetic way.

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  1. MarvinMaslow November 21, 2011 at 8:58 am

    Very simple and beautiful.

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