Museu del Patriarca, Valencia

(4.1/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • Located next to the former headquarters of the University, close to the street of boats. There is much that emphasize, for example the art gallery, but it should be mentioned the cloister with the image of the blessed, to which the Kingdom of Valencia due to both. The building, beautiful, highlighting the large staircase of stone, that provides access to the library (which unfortunately, in normal visit is not accessed). The explanation of the Guide deserves an outstanding by recounting them tessituras in the start of the age modern of valencia and the Valencian. As negative, that although is visiting the Hall of tapestries, the same is not to match (or place) to expose them
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  • Know an institution as the Patriarch is something that lets you know how worked the knowledge and culture in the 17TH and 18th centuries. Apart from the patio of the Colegio of which form part is very interesting the Museum, with works of the more representative painters of the Crown of Aragon. The Church is a marvel, but without guided tour you don't find out much, in the Church or in the Museum.
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  • This seminary is a beautiful building - the cloistered courtyard is so quiet away from the sounds of the city, and the chapel is beautiful, decorated with tiles and tapestries. The small museum holds ...  more »
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  • I really can't convey in words just how magnificent the architecture of this building is.
  • 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.
  • An excellent museum by surprise, where waits less than you really have. A pleasure
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  • Impressive. A restoration magnificent, a great opportunity to see this wonderful work.
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