Fortress of Hunger

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San Jose Castle
Fortress of Hunger
The Castillo de San José, also known as the Fortress of Hunger, was built between 1776 and 1779 by King Carlos III.
In order to preserve this historic monument and after a full century of abandoned, this historic monumento was turned by Cesar Manrique into the Museum of Contemporary Art.The inaugural exhibition in 1976 had a large number of artist as Alechíns, Bacon, Bolero, Damaso, Dominguez, Francis, Leparc, Millares, Picasso, Miro, Tapies, Luis Feito and Manrique.
Moreover, you have enabled a room for meetings, music recitals and exhibitions. There is also a seating area where visitors can appreciate the quality and international prestige of the restaurant while enjoying superb views over the bay of Puerto de Naos and the Dock of the Marbles.
Opening hours: From Monday to Sunday 10.00 to 21.00.

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