Museo del Romanticismo
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Un museo dedicado al siglo XIX... pero en pleno siglo XXI. Visítanos y sumérgete en la vida del Romanticismo, o disfruta de nuestras actividades. ¡Te esperamos!
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A very interesting and well organized museum, a historic house from the XVIII century funded in 1924 devoted to decorative arts and furniture in the age of Romanticism, to explain and interpret life and customs of the period. Permanent collection on display in the whole building with a calendar of…
For a quick cultural break: Free and lovely museum that won´t take all of your time and is located in great area! You can then have a walk in "Chueca" great madrid´s neighborhood.
www.mecd.gob.es/mromanticismo. Check online for special exhibits and opening hours. Beautiful palace that recreates the daily life and customs of bourgeoisie during the Romanticism.
The little garden on the left of the entrance is a secret place to have coffee or tea.
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Das empfehlen Einheimische
“Fachada barroca increible - Old orphanage with Baroque exterior, now a museum on Madrid's history, with documents, art & models.”
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Point of Interest
“Grocery shopping in a market. Full of stores with fresh fish, vegetables, etc. ”
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“The market is spread across three floors, the first focusing on perishable goods, the second boasts a tavern-wine bar and ten stalls providing cooking/takeaway services and the third is the Cocina de San Antón kitchen where customers can eat their goods bought on the first floor.”
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“It houses the art and historical object collections of Enrique de Aguilera y Gamboa, 17th Marquis of Cerralbo, who died in 1922. The museum, which is housed in the former residence of its founder, opened in 1944. The building was built in the 19th century, according to Italian taste, and it was luxuriously decorated with baroque furniture, wall paintings and expensive chandeliers. It retains to a large extent its original aesthetics”
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“With over 1,600 paintings, it was once the second largest private collection in the world after the British Royal Collection. A competition was held to house the core of the collection in 1987–88 after Baron Thyssen, having tried to enlarge his Museum in Lugano(Villa Favorita), searched for a location in Europe. The Thyssen-Bornemisza fills the historical gaps in its counterparts' collections: in the Prado's case this includes Italian primitives and works from the English, Dutch and German schools, while in the case of the Reina Sofia it concerns Impressionists, Expressionists, and European and American paintings from the 20th century. ”
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