Housing the Museo Arqueológico de Frigiliana, El Apero was a building used for farming activities relating to "El Ingenio", another important monument in Frigiliana.
The museum opened in 2009 to offer 400m2 of space where you can delve into the entire history of the area.
A total of 125 objects are displayed in chronological order. A key piece is a child’s skull dating back to 4000 and 5000 BC that was discovered in Cueva de los Murciélagos.
There are also various rooms housing contemporary art exhibits, temporary exhibitions, displays of local art and more.
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- Recommended for families
- Located in an urban area
- Inland area
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How to get here
TheMediterranean motorway, A7,reachesthesame municipality.Theoutput243ofthis roadleaves usjust 3.5kmsfromthe city centeron the secondary roadMA-105withverygoodsign,soonceweabandonedthehighwayin the village itselfinjust 5minutes.
Full graphical path: http://bit.ly/lgnPPM
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