Santiponce Itálica


An immense legacy waiting to be discovered

Fernando Marmolejo Municipal Museum


The Fernando Marmolejo Municipal Museum of Santiponce is next to the Roman Theatre of Santiponce. It has a large exhibition area on the first floor featuring fragmented spaces, and an upper floor with three rooms for temporary exhibitions.

The permanent collection consists of works from the donation made by the illustrious goldsmith Fernando Marmolejo Camargo. Some of the most representative items are the following:

  • The pre-Columbian treasure of Los Quimbayas.
  • The bronze Carriazo.
  • The candlesticks of Lebrija.
  • The keys of the City of Seville.
  • The perfumer of Albarracin.
  • Reproduction of the Virgen de la Sede of Seville Cathedral, 1972-1973.
  • Basilica of La Macarena, Seville
  • City of Seville Football Sub-championship Trophy, 1985
  • Tree-Belén de la Pasion (Nativity Scene), Fernando Marmolejo Camargo-1978
  • Belén de la Cartuja (Nativity Scene)-1991.
  • Belén de los Ángeles (Nativity Scene)-1976-Belén de las Ruinas de Itálica (Nativity Scene)-1980.

There are also drawings and sketches such as those of the Camarín de la Esperanza Macarena in Seville and the mantle of her Canonical Coronation.

A magnificent collection of his classic nativity scenes make this exhibition a veritable jewel associated with the famous goldsmith of Seville.



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