Seville will soon have a new tourist attraction of redial cultural character: an exhibition space that will host pieces kept in the archaeological museum and the convent of Santa Clara tiles and which will become the first Moorish Center with this theme in Andalusia. This initiative will be revealed this peculiar architectural and decorative, style present in numerous temples of the city and of which the Real Alcazar is its greatest exponent.A Center to learn the Mudejar style it will also serve to put in value one of the civil buildings more strangers for the Sevillians and that is one of the best examples of mudejar: the Palace of the Marquis of la Algaba, that is very easy to access from our hotels in Seville since it lies in the heart of the city. A museum within a Museum is the intention of the City Council of the city with this performance: this space will have cultural, social and municipal uses as well as it will continue to be the headquarters of various negotiated his own City Hall. Also, this Palace will be open to visitors constantly and this will take place this year the draft of an interpretation center of the Mudejar style, an exhibition space that will be pioneer in Andalusia. You may contemplate 4.272 parts that are currently stored at the archaeological museum without being exposed. These pieces will be joined the collection of tiles of the convent of Santa Clara. The Centre will be divided into several rooms: two rooms on the top floor will host ceramic pieces, while other decorative plasterwork and capital elements will be exhibited in the staircase and courtyard.