Situated in a palace that dates to the 1500s, the National Museum of Ceramics is an illustrious venue that is decked out in the ornate Rococo style. When visiting, you'll witness amazing period antiques and textiles that exhibit remarkable artistry.
The ceramics collections feature examples from prehistory as well as from the Romans, Greeks, and Arabs. These cultures had a rich influence on the development of Valencia as well as many parts of Spain. While the city boasts many cultural attractions, this is visually one of the most jaw-dropping you'll find.
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