The Ralli Museum in Ceaserea, Israel spreads over two structures and focuses on Latin-American art. The museum is housed inside a magnificent building designed in a Spanish Colonial style, which overlooks lawns, trees and the Mediterranean Sea in the background. Many of the artworks exhibited belong to the Surrealist movement; there are also some excellent examples of sculptures by the Spanish artist Salvador Dali.

Here you will also find, among others, a fascinating archaeological exhibit named “Herod`s Dream” which depicts various periods in Caesarea`s history. The second, newer structure of the Ralli Museum includes four floors which present original classic paintings from the 16th-18th centuries on the subject of Biblical scenes. At the courtyard next to the structure there are magnificent statues, water fountains and other aesthetic wonders.

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