SCULPTURES AND STATUES

HOMER

Linked to Ceuta due to telling the story Ulysses experienced
with the nymph Calypso on the island of Ogygia, located at
the end of the world and that is related to Perejil Island or
Mount Hacho.

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STRABO

This is a bust of the Greek geographer and historian Strabo who described Ceuta in his book Geography as “Hepta Adelphoi”.

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PLATO

A bronze bust, 1.10 m high and weighing 80 kg, a work by the artist from Ceuta, Serrán Pagán.

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POMPONIO MELA

The most important geographer of the Roman Empire described Ceuta as “Septem Frates” referring to its seven hills.

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