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They adverise it as where the famous Spanish painter El Greco lived by naming it his casa (house), but it's not! Although he lived in Toledo he did not live there. The museum and house are merely a replica of what a house in his time would look like. I was actually the mansion of Samuel Levy.
Unique Suggestions: If you want to go, go because you want to see what a house in El Greo's time looked like. NOT because you want to see El Greco's house and belongings because it's all fictional!
Though I do believe they have a few El Greco paintings lurking about if you are a a fan of religious art.
Fun Alternatives: The Museum of the Sefardi and the synagogue of Samuel Levy is right next door. I found this more interesting. The museum documents the lives of the now expelled jews in Spain and has some great artifacts. You will learn more about an important part of Spain's past here.
Written Mar 4, 2005
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