The facade of this building screams for your attention. Alabaster baroque. It is as though a young girl was turned loose with whipped cream! Everything is decorated. Inside, however, the first floor is decorated with the furnishings original to the house. Murano glass chandeliers, Dresden and Meissen decorated chairs and settees, bedrooms with canopied beds and guilt edged wall panels, ceiling friezes ceiling paintings, mirrors. The colors are bright and lush. It's all a little over the top but worth the entrance fee of about 3 euros. The ceramics museum itself is interesting and the best part is the kitchen which has tile pictures, serving plates, tile decorated floors...tile everywhere you look.
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