Highlight of the trip was visiting the Museo de la Evolución Humana ( Museum of Human Evolution). If you´re interested in anthropology then this is the place for you. This museum´s relatively new, it just opened last summer.
In here you´ll not only see skulls of the different hominids, their history and what they would´ve looked like but you´ll also find a detailed information about the origin of the human race and how it evolved. Don´t you know that our ancestors, the homo sapiens, came from Africa about 200,000 years ago? ;)
This projector screen made of plaster ( I think) is the perfect artwork and visual aid to catch attention. What an innovative way to present documentaries like this animal painting found on a cave which dates back to a thousand years old! :)
There´s also a 3-minute spectacular animation of the origin of fire which is shown inside this glittery silver dome. Cool!
What I wore inside my jacket:
A thrifted argyle sweater and I finally found my perfect pleather shorts. I like that it´s a bit loose in the waistline and not too short.
So this is how the streets of Burgos look like in winter. Dark, cloudy and much colder than my city. Nevertheless, I´ll keep on visiting this place because of it´s rich history, the gothic cathedral and the food.
So how did you spend your weekend, dears? ;)