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The Museo Casa de los Tiros is located at Calle del Cementerio de Santa Escolástica, 3, in a historic palace built in 1530. The museum is a popular arts museum, as well as a history museum. The museum contains many paintings and the most impressive part of the museum is the staircase to the upper floor. Along the walls of this staircase are portraits of Queen Isabel and King Ferdinand, their daughter Juana la Loca, and many other royal descendants. The museum also has a good collection of ceramics, sculptures, a model of Nasrid architecture, and posters.