A museum on the beautiful cliffside in Spain, this miniature version of Valderas Museum is perfect for Gunfight mode. Enjoy the fine arts as you take down enemy players. – Exhibit
Outside of this Art Museum is the same view players will see on Valderas Museum, A large Waterfall and many windmills surrounded by some small Spain villages.
Artifacts from the multiplayer map Al Bagra Fortress can be seen in a dedicated art room in one of the main buildings, it features the flag, the weapons used, the shields, and many other items from 1960s.
One of the display cases show some old stone carved masks with some documented information:
Jade Mask: A mask of carved jade stone. These funerary masks were used to cover the faces of the great Mayan rulers; preserving their image through the centuries.
Olmec Colossal Head: A stone representation of an Olmec ruler sculpted from a large basalt boulder. Each of these massive heads depicts the facial characteristics and headdress of an individual ruler, offering a testament of the durability of their royal lineage.
Another display case features some more ancient artifacts with documented information:
Censer in the shape of a figure: An ornate Mayan cancer used to bum copal incense during important rituals. Sometimes these censers were used as offerings and either buried or incorporated into the walls of significant buildings. The figure is dressed as a ruler and seated in a position signifying authority.
Mictēcacihuātl: An intricate stone statue of Mictēcacihuātl: goddess of death and ruler over Mictlān; a domain of the underworld in Aztec mythology. Rituals surrounding this imposing figure survive to this day in the Dias de los Muertos: or the Day of the Dead.
Another cool display case is a full overview of the multiplayer map Valderas Museum, it shows all of the surrounding areas and the main Museum building. A cool little gem to check out if you are interested in stuff like this!