Museo del patriarca, Valencia

(3.9/5 based on 15 reviews on the web)
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  • The Museum is well worth a visit. I just want to remember, even if your user manual does not state that the original of the crucifixion of St. Peter by Caravaggio is located in Rome's piazza del popolo. This is just a beautiful copy run in the early ' 600. Give to Caesar what belongs to Caesar!
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  • It is a bit hidden in a close alley of the place, it contains some beautiful works of Greco, its cloister is majestic. The tapestries of the chapel are beautiful
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  • Little known this museum worth a visit, I recommend to check hours of operation before planning a visit. Around the Patriarch's complex worth to be visited.
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  • I just came here today for the first time, which is quite shameful since I've been living in Valencia my entire life- this shows how little this gem is known even for the locals. I was really surprised by what it probably is one of the most impressive sacred art collections of the city. The small but well curated exhibition includes masterpieces by Caravaggio and El Greco among others as well as other treasures like a manuscript by Saint Thomas Moore. The guided tour (at an affordable 7€, less if you're a student) is highly recommended. The building, which is still today a seminary, and the church are also worth the visit!
  • A well laid out, well presented church and museum. It was well worth the cost of the ticket as the guide was both knowledgable and interesting. A variety of artists were presented with some of the loveliest murals that I have seen.
  • A jewel of Valencian art. Both the Museum and the Church and the chapel are breathtaking. The architecture and history of the place are also enriching. Highly recommended to make the visit with someone who knows the place
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  • It is very cool
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  • Despite exhibiting paintings of great artists of the Baroque little look in these small, poorly lit rooms.
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