Museum of Popular Arts And Traditions
Another magnificent building from the 1929 Exhibition so even if you do not go inside, enjoy the location, flowers, plants, waterlilies etc which form part of the plaza.
As its name suggests, this is a collection of every day items and traditions covering everything from flamenco to lace making, pottery, room settings showing typical interiors, and mock ups of typical workshops for artisans making such items as guitars, castanets etc. There is also a room devoted to flamenco dresses.
Outstanding for me was the wonderful collection of embroidery and lace all exquisitely made. It is apparently one of the most important collections in Europe.
Entry is free to EU citizens, as it is to the nearby Archaeological Museum.
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