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Museu Palmero

The Museu Palmero is located in the Vall d’Hebron district of Barcelona in a 15th-century Catalan farmhouse which has been declared a landmark of historic and artistic interest, making it a must for lovers of architecture and painting.

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The Museo Palmero's permanent collection comprises 125 paintings by the painter Maestro Palmero depicting characters who appear throughout Cervantes’ masterpiece Don Quixote. The museum also showcases works by the entire Palmero dynasty, including large-format paintings depicting scenes from the novel.

Visitors can also see an interesting life-size fresco showing the creation of the shield of Catalonia, and visit a thousand-year-old cave, which, according to legend, was once the hideout of the Catalan bandit Joan de Serrallonga. The farmhouse also features interesting furniture and decorative ceramic details.
Address: Carrer de Judea, 2
Town: 08035 Barcelona
Phone: 932 126 551
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How to get there: Metro: L3 and L5 stop Vall d’Hebrón.| Bus: 17, 19, 27, 60 and 76.
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It is necessary to arrange the visit with the museum.


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