This late Gothic palace was remade in the 18th century with a rococo exterior dominated by Ignacio Vergara’s figures of “Dos Aguas” (Two Waters), the palace’s namesake. The building was a landmark long before the private ceramic collections of Manuel González Martí and his wife Amelia Cuñat were installed here in 1947 to create the Museo Nacional de Cerámica. With its long history of fine ceramic art, Valencia was a fitting location. The museum is of most interest to collectors, who will find the nuances of regional styles fascinating.
Valencia, Spain› Attraction
Palacio de Marqués de Dos Aguas
Calle Poeta Querol, 2
Our Rating Hours Tues–Sun 10am–2pm; Tues–Sat 4–8pm Transportation Metro: Plaza de los Pinazo Phone 96-351-63-92 Prices Admission 3€ adults, 1.50€ students and seniors Web site Palacio de Marqués de Dos Aguas
MapCalle Poeta Querol, 2 Valencia, Spain
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