This is no longer the "small" museum that used to be. The ancient buildings still house some of the historical items that describe Pontevedra's past, but the new modern structure named "Sixth Building", which is connected to the other museum buildings (namely "Sarmiento", "García Florez", "Castro Monteagudo" and "Fernandez Lopez"), houses a very impressive collection of ancient, modern and contemporary paintings. The first floor has 8 rooms with artifacts and works of art from the Middle Age to 1900, an itinerary through Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassicist art produced in Galicia. The second floor displays Galician and Spanish paintings from XIX and XX centuries, while the third floor reveals the innovative works of art since 1925, with huge collections from Galician artists such as Castelao.
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