In the 18th century, the need to escape poverty forced some women to disguise as men and lead a life of adventures and sacrifice.
Between the 16th and 18th centuries, the real, a Spanish silver coin, was the currency of reference for world trade. The English in the American colonies called it the Spanish dollar and ended by adopting it as their own.
Bringing together the pieces to be featured at an exhibition is a very sensitive process. It involves valuable and unique works of art, with the packaging and transportation of each the responsibility of specialist companies and professionals.
Over 200 works of art, documents and objects that illustrate the Spanish presence on the continent, together in the 'Memory Regained' exhibition.