As soon as I walked into the Church of San Roman, where the Museum of Visigothic Culture is, I was entranced. The walls and ceilings with their painted decorations in the Mudejar style were absolutely extraordinary. I am so thankful that these decorations from the 14th century have been preserved. The display cases of artifacts from Visigothic Spain (pre-Moorish conquest, i.e., before 700 A.D.) are also worth seeing, but for me, the star of the show is the building housing these exhibits.
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