Located next to the Santiponce fairgrounds, the Fernando Marmolejo Municipal Museum presents a wonderful exhibition of the works donated by local artist Fernando Marmolejo Camargo for its permanent exhibition, including copies of some of his best goldsmith works, among which are reproductions of various archaeological “treasures”:

  • The pre-Columbian treasure of Los Quimbayas.
  • The bronze Carriazo.
  • The chandeliers of Lebrija.
  • The keys of the City of Seville.
  • The perfumer of Albarracin.
  • Reproduction of the Virgin of the seat of the Cathedral of Seville, 1972-1973.
  • Basilica of La Macarena, Seville.
  • Trophy of Runner-Up of the City of Seville Football, 1985.
  • Tree-Belén de la Pasión, Fernando Marmolejo Camargo-1978.
  • Nativity scene de la Cartuja-1991.
  • Nativity scene de los Ángeles-1976.
  • Nativity scene de las Ruinas de Itálica-1980.

In addition, exhibits and sketches, such as those of the Camarín de la Esperanza Macarena in Seville and the Command of his Canonical Coronation. Finally, a formidable collection of his classic nativity scenes makes this exhibition another jewel more linked to the distinguished goldsmith of Seville, Fernando Marmolejo Camargo.Along with this permanent exhibition, the Museum houses temporary exhibitions of various themes, as well as traveling exhibitions from other cultural institutions


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