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Carmen-Museo Max Moreau, Granada
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dando un paseo mañanero nos encontramos el cármen y decidos pasar. La mayoría de los cuadros expuestos son retratos y algunos muy interesantes. recoprriendo todo el cármen se encuentra muy bienas vist... read more »a morning stroll we find the carmen and wanting to pass. Most of the exposed pictures are portraits and some very interesting. all the carmen recoprriendo is very bienas views of the Alhambra. Free tour.show original
El pintor belga que se enamoró de Granada y vivió durante los últimos 30 años de su vida en un carmen del Albayzin, que a su muerte lo donó al Ayuntamiento. El Consistorio granadino, lo rehabilitó y l... read more »The Belgian painter who fell in love with Granada and lived for the last 30 years of his life in a carmen of the Albayzín, that, upon his death, donated it to the City Council. The Granada City Council, rehabilitated it and turned it into a Museum, where you can recreate the sights and enjoy its gardens and the various units showing the daily life of the painter.show original
We stumbled across the house of Max Moreau on the way up to San Nicolas. It is really worth popping in. Very interesting. He was an artist we were not aware but his work is beautiful
Jakob Kruuse af Verchou
a real gem! Nice staff and beautiful surroundings. Almost the same view of Alhambra as at the Mirador.
This is s free museum. Former home of a painter who left this beautiful Carmen to the city of Granada.
Edurne BelvisBeautiful house where lived the painter Max Moreau. We are thanks to the security guard who was there the only poor to all the turistada. To anyone who looks over the head invite you to spend and explain the journey. Downstairs there is a little garden with views of the Alhambra. It is free, please!show original
Marie MauriceBeautiful and perfect a home! the portraits are superb and... magic place, superbly maintained and populated with attractive black catsshow original
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