Permanent Exhibition

The building of Aljube (from the Arabic "al-jubb" – well without water, cistern, dungeon or prison) dates back to the Roman and Islamic period, and it was almost always a prison: an ecclesiastic prison, a prison for women and, finally, a political prison from 1928 to 1965.
The Museum of Aljube - Resistance and Freedom is dedicated to the memory of the fight against the dictatorship and the resistance in favour of freedom and democracy.