Ceramic Museum

Address:c/ Sis d’Octubre, 99 . 17100 La Bisbal d'Empordà
Price: 3.00 €

Terracotte Museum of Ceramics in la Bisbal d'Emporda village is located in an old factory which operated from the beginning of the twentieth century until 1984. This building, magnificent specimen of industrial architecture, houses the largest collection of ceramic in Catalonia, among an environment that also retains former facilities as large furnaces, fireplaces, etc. The permanent exhibition is divided into different areas in which are exposed ceramic objects involved in the daily life: food tools, decoration, etc. A must for pottery lovers. This museum is opened especially in the summer.

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Museu de la Ceràmica de la Bisbal de l'Empordà

Le Musée Terracotta de la Bisbal offre aussi une perspective historique de la poterie

El Museo Terracotta de la Bisbal de l'Empordà es encuentra ubicado en una antigua fábrica de barro

Terracotta Museum in la Bisbal de l'Empordà, Costa Brava

La ceràmica es feia servir com a gerro per encabir les flors, Museu Terracotta

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