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Are you interested in history? And how about finding out something very interesting about the stages of human evolution according the famous Darwin´s theory ?
If you happen to be heading to the Spanish city of Burgos, do not forget to visit the unique Museum of Human Evolution. They exhibit the well-preserved fossils of our ancestors. The also have the oldest of them in their collections.
In the next part of the tour you will learn how archaeological research and laboratory research is taking place.
In the museum, you can also see the exact replica of the ship that transported the aforementioned natural scientist and geologist Charles Darwin to the Galapagos.
Rare exhibits come from the largest archaeological site in the world Atapuerca, located 20 km from the city of Burgos. Archaeologists have found more than a million years old human remains and their prehistoric instruments. The findings show an eye-catching and very important story about our us. In 2000, this place was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The whole museum is completely barrier-free.