Built in the 17th century, the manor of a silver mine owner. Keep away from dust, built in the outskirts of the mountains and forests. The furnishings and gardens in the castle retain the appearance of the time. The colonial Spanish style is more enthusiastic, unrestrained and full of colors. The garden sub-regions have introduced Japanese, French, Mexican, and English patterns and styles, imitating the characteristics of gardens in various countries.
This place seems to be a place that wants to express the history of ancient wars, but there are too few things. Apart from some symbolic ancient cold weapons, it feels like there are only a few oil paintings left.
It's a relatively small exhibition hall, not a museum, but there is a very small exhibition on the religious and battle history of this small local place. If you are interested, you can stop by.
I just think the environment of this place is quite good. I am not sure what the theme of this small museum is. It is neither art nor war or history. It seems to be a very mixed place.
I don't understand what the theme is trying to express. It feels like I want to express the feeling of war in local legends or religion. It is mainly displayed through large-scale murals, and you have to do your homework.