Resting on a stone base, its mud and brick walls are decorated with half-timbering and corbelling. Everything suggests that it was the home of a wealthy merchant. As for the origin of its name, it is undoubtedly a reminder of the Spanish occupation of Revin, whose neutrality has been violated many times both by the troops of the Kingdom of France and by those of the Empire. Listed on the ISMH list (Supplementary Inventory of Historic Monuments), this building is now a museum of local heritage.Three floors are dedicated to exhibitions:* On the ground floor: the Revinois interior of the 1920's and 1930's.* On the first floor: an exhibition on the architectural, natural and mineral heritage of Revin.* On the second floor: the world of the foundry: an important industrial activity that has made the reputation of the town of Revin. In April and October: From Wednesday to Saturday from 13h30 to 17h30 In May and September: From Wednesday to Sunday from 14h to 18h From June to the end of August: Every day from 10h to 12h and from 14h to 18h Admission free Wearing a mask is compulsory. Hydroalcoholic gel is available and it is forbidden to touch objects. Barrier gestures and sanitary measures in force respected.
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