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Museu d'Art Espanyol Contemporani - Fundacion Juan March, Palma de Mallorca
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A major renovation project in 2003 gave Museu d'Art Espanyol Contemporani - Fundacion Juan March a new exhibition space and an assembly hall for its educational programs and events. Take a peek at the attraction's website for an event calendar, or to sign up for a workshop or lecture--these events take place regularly throughout the year. The permanent collection represents the finest in Spanish creativity, with works by Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí, and Juan Gris. These masters are displayed not far from the work of a new generation of artists, who reflect the museum's dedication to the development of new art movements. Make Museu d'Art Espanyol Contemporani - Fundacion Juan March part of your personalized Palma de Mallorca itinerary using our Palma de Mallorca holiday planner.
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Al estar en una calle comercial, pasa muy desapercibido, sobretodo para los residentes. Pero es un buen plan para ir con los niños, para ir acostumbrandoles a los museos. Hay una exposición permanente... read more »Being on a commercial Street becomes very unnoticed, above all for the residents. But it is a good plan to go with the kids, to go acostumbrandoles to the museums. There is a permanent exhibition and a changing time. And best of all, it is FREE.show original
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Museo de arte moderno. Interesante. Gratuito. En un antiguo edificio del Siglo XVII. Con un patio de entrada muy bonito y una señorial escalera de acceso.Museum of modern art. Interesting. Free of charge. In an old building from the 17TH century. A very nice entry courtyard and a stately staircase.show original
Nous étions allé au musée Es baluard la veille et aviosn été un peu déçu mais comme nous passions par la rue san miguel et que nous avions lu que le musée était gratuit, nous sommes entrés. Première i... read more »We were went to the Museum are baluard the day before and had been slightly disappointed but as we passed by the san miguel Street and that we had read that the Museum was free, we entered. First impression positive by the Majesty of the place, and then nice surprise by the eclectic and original collection (I used to museums but knew very little of the artists presented and it's always nice to make discoveries). In short, stop you if you pass or made detours, it's worth itshow original
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