Museo Del Patriarca, Valencia

(4/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • Went to the Museum by chance-bought advertising on the façade of the canvases of Caravaggio and El Greco. It turns out that you can see yourself just a Museum (that's 3 smaller halls of painting), and a large Gallery and a small chapel entrance is possible only within a group. The group with the Spanish Guide went through 5 minutes and we decided to see the full set. The tour begins with a courtyard-cloister, quite deserted, but with very realistic monument of Patriarch José de Ribera. Then the 15-century staircase. Hereinafter referred to as the museum itself, which contains a canvas of religious content from various periods, including a very interesting painting by Caravaggio, "the Judas Kiss" and two canvases by El Greco. I first saw live El Greco, his work generally has no similar and really stand out from the crowd. Then visit continued in cozy small church decorated with huge tapestries on the walls and frescoed ceiling. And for dessert-the big Church, absolutely gorgeous painted murals on all Perimetre, in fact, from floor to ceiling. Recommended that I go to this Museum? Yes. Whether it is mandatory to attend? Rather not.
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  • Entrance to the Church of the Patriarch, and with the same ticket, January 2017, €3. We visited both the Museum and the Church. A good choice for a morning. With a surprise of the Museum with paintings by El Greco and Caravaggio; as well as of other painters. Good collection.
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  • The Museum is not particularly notable for the possibility to admire its Renaissance courtyard with tranquility, as well as the magnificent sculpture made by Benlliure of the Patriarch Saint Juan de Ribera. But what cannot be missed is the small exhibition on the tapestries restored the 16th century Flemish and a short video about the process of collection and restoration of tapestries. Ah! and not miss either the dome painted room where are exposed.
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