Osuna, known as Urso by the Romans is where you will find Coto de las Canteras with its displays of Turdetani art and sculpture in Seville province, Andalucia
Municipal Museum, Écija in Seville province, Andalucia, Spain. See the 'Wounded Amazon', Roman mosaics and a Turdetani gold plaque.
The history of Andalucia from 1.4mya to the 19th century British involvement in mining. From the earliest European to the Phoenicians, Romans and Muslim occupation of al-Andalus.
Nearly 20% of the territory of Andalucia lies in a protected area, roughly 30% of the protected territory of Spain. Mountains, valleys, beaches, deserts and plains, all waiting to be explored.