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On Thursday, the 10th of December of 2015,we went to the Museum of the City. It has three floors:
On the 1st floor you can see Abderraman II. He created Murcia. Murcia had a wall around and a water wheel to water plants. In the Castle of Monteagudo lived the Wolf King.
On the 2nd floor you can see Alfonso X. He is very intelligent and wise. And a virgin with the name "Arrixaca". Murcia is bigger. There were house outside the wall.
On the 3rd floor the artisans worked with straw, clay and Nativity scenes. On the ceiling, there is an allegory of pharmacy. There is a model of the cathedral.And Murcia has two bridges and lions.
On Thursday morning (exactly the 10th of December of 2015), we went to the museum. It has three floors:
On the 1st floor you can see Abderraman II. He was a muslim king and he created Murcia. In Murcia there was a wall around it. There was a beautiful water wheel to water the plants. In Monteagudo (Murcia) there was a king that is and was called "the Wolf king". He had the Castle of Monteagudo, but he lived in the "Castillejo".
On the 2nd floor you can see Alfonso X. He was very intelligent and wise. You can also see a virgin. Her name is Arrixaca. Now on the 2nd floor Murcia was bigger.
And on the 3rd floor you can see Artisans. They make Nativity scenes with clay. There is an allegory of Pharmacy painting, and a big model of the cathedral; and now, two virgins: Fuensanta and Arrixaca. Fuensanta is bigger than Arrixaca but Fuensanta's baby is smaller than Arrixaca's baby. Arrixaca's baby has got a book in his hands. There are lions and new bridges.
This museum is great!