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The National Museum of Ceramics was founded in the second half. Of the 20th century. His extensive collection includes fantastic ceramics and delightful porcelain from prehistoric times to the present day. Excellent 19th century painting and an exhibition of artistic fabrics will delight not only art connoisseurs. The museum's pride is a collection of traditional Valencian ceramics.
The museum is located in the 18th century palace of Marques de Dos Aquas. The residence is considered an architectural, rococo masterpiece. Private rooms with original equipment and phenomenal stucco allow you to experience the elegant style of Valencian aristocracy.
The initiative to establish the museum was the transfer to the state of private collections of the famous Spanish collector Manuel González Martí. He is also responsible for designing the 'Valencian kitchen'. Together with decorative elements from the 18th and 19th centuries and a unique collection of ceramics, it is a gem of the exhibition.