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Museum of Maritime Holy Week

Rosario Street 1, Valencia, Spain
+34 963 24 07 45
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The real thing

The original stuff is conserved here during 51 weeksof the year. You can see the chariots up close... read more

Reviewed 19 March 2016
BillemonM
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Brussels, Belgium
Processional carriages

A small museum next to the Rice Museum. It houses religious processional carriages and costumes... read more

Reviewed 22 October 2011
Amanda W
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Oxford, England
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19 Mar 2016
“The real thing”
22 Oct 2011
“Processional carriages”
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Rosario Street 1, Valencia, Spain
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+34 963 24 07 45
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Reviewed 19 March 2016

The original stuff is conserved here during 51 weeksof the year. You can see the chariots up close. The costumes are also on display. Nice museum next to the rice museum

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Reviewed 22 October 2011

A small museum next to the Rice Museum. It houses religious processional carriages and costumes. It was a shame that none of the notices were in English. I'd love to go and see the procession. Try and go on Sunday or a holiday when there...More

Thank Amanda W
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