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An Old Spanish Prison Is Now A Gorgeous Makeshift Art Museum

The cells and walls of a former prison in the Spanish city of Segovia are currently home to more than 20 art projects, including paintings, sculptures, installations, as well as film and sound pieces. Titled “Galerias,” the exhibition runs until Oct. 16. La Cárcel, Segovia Centro de Creación (The Prison, Segovia Creation Center) once operated as the Segovia provincial jail and a central women’s prison under Franco’s dictatorship.
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