Unamuno was a famous professor at the University of Salamanca. His work and writings were very important in Spanish literature.
Here are also the most famous treasured books of the old Salamanca university library. They are amazing and absolutely look like treasures. Some are from the 1200s.
But of course photos are not allowed. They would ruin the old books.!
The Museum of Salamanca houses many works of art. Some modern, and some very old. Some paintings and some sculptures.
The most impressive was the "Cielo de Salamanca." Or "sky of Salamanca." Is the last picture here, and used to be above the old library inside the University.
It is housed in a darker room, to accent the brilliant star constellations.
This museum is very different than all the rest I have been to. It does not have much to do with the history of the Spanish language. But it was a good change of pace for this trip.
It had lots of little figurines, furniture, and stained glass lamps. Pretty cool stuff!
Automotive history, and very cool cars! Cars from across Europe and from the United States.
This place is pretty dang cool. The white one below is a jaguar from the 1970s.
There were too many cars in there to do it justice!
Notice how the last one below, has one door that opens to the front and one door that opens to the rear?
And the one in the center looks very very fast!
Wow, The last one has a platform that can go up. So you can take panoramic pictures from your rooftop. Wow that's cool.