Museo castillo serrallés: Museo Castillo Serrallés

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  • By Ilene C

    We truly enjoyed our visit to the Castillo! We had a wonderful tour with Natalia, who expertly explained things in Spanish, and in English. We loved examining the architecture and the landscaping and…. 
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    We truly enjoyed our visit to the Castillo! We had a wonderful tour with Natalia, who expertly explained things in Spanish, and in English. We loved examining the architecture and the landscaping and…. 
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  • By B1714D

    Above Ponce in the hills next door to the concrete Cross this Spanish style mansion stands out with its beauty and architecture. It’s a former home of the founder of Don Q rum, now converted into a… 
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  • By Robert R

    We did a tour of the mansion. Parking is along the street on both sides. Buying a ticket is a process, the guard will inform you. Inside there is a gift stop and they sell some snacks and. .. 

    We did a tour of the mansion. Parking is along the street on both sides. Buying a ticket is a process, the guard will inform you. Inside there is a gift stop and they sell some snacks and… 
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  • By Honey B

    This one of great places to visit. Local historic castle. All tourist guide is lovely and friendly. what i like most inside the castle was the first time i able to see made in gold dining ware from 1930’s. Also, the interior design and furniture was stunning. Must see it in person, since photos are not allowed during the tour inside the castle. For me its all worth it. The price for tour was cheap too.
    Also, They have souvenirs shop and bar that have a lot of choices.

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  • By Shawn McPherson

    Really cool part of Ponce’s history. Worth checking out for the view alone. Its location and altitude overlooks most of the city. During the days it’s nice, offering tours of inside and the medium sized (.5 acre?) Garden areas. It has a Cafe and gift shops, and Don Q tasting areas. At sunset and at night, it’s pretty gorgeous. Absolutely worth the trip if your staying in Ponce.

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  • By Richard Zych

    Nice tour of home built in 1930’s. Short film to start explaining history etc… Then a guide escorts through the home highlighting era specific items relating to life of very rich people and how they coped. Must have been tough indeed.
    Photos forbidden inside.
    Our ticket also included Japanese garden and Cruceta across the road. Spectacular views. Breezy would be an understatement. One can purchase Don Q
    Related products.

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  • By David Troncoso

    Wonderful tour, informative and well narrated by experienced ambassadors. The views and grounds are spectacular and the coquito tasting at the end was the icing on the cake. This is my 2nd time doing this tour in the last 10 years, it’s worth seeing a piece of history

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  • By Nicholas Ferraz

    This was an amazing experience. Highly recommend!! A must do in PONCE, PR. You can see the whole city from this point. The views are spectacular.
    The Don Q tour is 110% worth it. I love this Rum, and to see its origins was really cool. Highly recommend 11/10.

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17 Canarian museums you can visit from the comfort of your home — Real Tenerife. Real Tenerife.

If tourists don’t come to us, we go to tourists. 17 Canarian museums have opened their Internet windows for online visits. Click on the name of the museum, and 17 cultural trips are provided for you during the quarantine.

Opened in 2009, this museum is housed in an 18th-century building in La Laguna. Here is a collection of works by Cristino de Vera, which the artist donated to the government of the Canary Islands so that everyone can see it.

Located in the house in which two prominent personalities of Gran Canaria were born, namely Fernando León and Castillo, the first Marquis of Muni, and his brother Juan, the engineer who designed the port of Puerto de la Luz. The museum has a library. Gifts from the royal family, personal belongings of the brothers, plans and sketches of the port are stored here.

The center has exhibition resources that allow visitors to learn not only about the features of the archaeological site of La Fortaleza, but also about the archeology of Gran Canaria.

The museum is known as the “Island House of Poetry”. The house in which the poet was born, who is also called the «sea» poet. It contains his personal belongings, his busts. Here you can listen to recordings of the works of Morales.

The birthplace of Benito Pérez Galdós (1843-1920), the most prominent writer of the Canary Islands, has been turned into a museum that preserves the memory of his life and work. The three-storey building, where the author lived until 1862, is an excellent example of Canarian architecture of the 18th century.

Exhibition 100 years: Lanzarote and Cesar gives a vision of the history of the last hundred years : from a wooden mill to a wind farm, from a salt flat to a tourist, from a camel to an electric bike, from a coastal fisherman to a surfer

Columbus House Museum (Casa Museo de Colón) is considered one of the most famous and visited historical monuments of the city of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

This three-storey building retains the design of 15th century colonial buildings. Part of it in 1492 year belonged to the measure of the city, where Christopher Columbus stayed.

In 1777, the building underwent major reconstruction only once, and since 1952 it has housed a museum consisting of 13 exhibition halls with a permanent exhibition, a library and a science center, as well as a number of rooms intended for temporary events: lectures, seminars and exhibitions. The exposition includes items from the pre-Columbian era, ship models, a cabin layout on the La Niña ship, one of the ships of the Columbus flotilla, navigational instruments, shipping charts and blueprints.

The Museo Arqueologico de La Gomera is an excellent place to learn about the ancient history of the island, with fossils and artifacts that were found on the island during excavations.

In the building of the old monastery, founded by the Franciscan order in 1508, there is a museum on the island of La Palma — Museo Insular. Museum with exhibitions on natural history, arts, crafts, textile production and shipbuilding.

The Tenerife Art Center, also known as TEM, was created by Swiss architects Hakkes Ersog, Pierre de Meuron and Virgilio Gutiérrez with the support of the Tenerife Regional Council. It houses the Institute. Oscar Dominguez, Tenerife Photography Center and Red Insular Library. The building of the Tenerife Art Center with an area of ​​20,622 square meters is the main object of the cultural infrastructure of the archipelago.

Housed in the Santa Clara Monastery built in 1577, the museum displays the heritage of sculptures, paintings, prints, textiles, jewelry, documents, relics, etc. that the religious community has accumulated, cared for and preserved during its 400 years of existence.

The Museum of Ibero-American Crafts of Tenerife (MAIT) is located in La Orotava, in the building of the former monastery of San Benito Abad, built in the 17th century. Currently, it is called the former monastery of Santo Domingo, is under the control of the Dominican order.

The museum was created so that people could see and touch the handicraft culture in real time. The exhibition presents all kinds of Ibero-American crafts that have had a special impact on Canarian culture.

The City Museum of Fine Arts has 14 rooms, which exhibit works created from the 16th to the 20th centuries. The classical style museum building was designed in early 1929 by the architect Eladio Laredo. Outside, it is adorned with ten busts of Tenerife celebrities, including the musician and composer Teobaldo Pover, the poet and playwright Ángel Ghimera, the grammarian and writer Juan de Iriarte, the poet Antonio de Viana, the historian Villalba Hervás, the engineer Betancourt y Molina and the painter Valentin Sanz.

The Diocesan Museum of Sacred Art is located in the southern part of the Cathedral of Saint Anna in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. The halls that housed the museum’s collection were built in the 17th century. For the first time the museum opened its doors to the general public on December 20, 1984. The entrance to the Museum of Sacred Art is located from the side facade of the cathedral, but from the exhibition halls through the Renaissance door you can get directly into the cathedral. It has a rich collection of paintings, jewelry on church motifs. Exhibits made of plaster and wood of the 16th and 17th centuries deserve special attention. The music archive of the cathedral is also kept here.

The Museum of the Canary Islands, founded in 1879, has the largest collection in the Canary Islands from pre-Spanish eras from 500 BC to 500 BC. e. until the 15th century.

This private initiative to preserve, study and display archaeological and documentary collections was inspired by Dr. Gregorio Chil y Naranjo, who bequeathed the building and all scientific documentation to a private foundation that manages the museum.

The museum’s collection includes miniature models of the dwellings of the Guanches, the indigenous inhabitants of the Canary Islands, a model of a cave with rock art in Galdara, figurines of gods, jewelry, ceramics, tools, mummies, skeletons and many other items that tell about the life of the Guanches. The museum also has the richest scientific library and a complete collection of printed materials published in the Canary Islands.

The International Museum of Modern Art is located in Castillo de San José.

Built between 1776 and 1779 at the behest of King Carlos III, its privileged clifftop location complemented the firepower of the Castillo de San Gabriel and made it critical to the defense of Arrecife and its port.

When its defensive purposes became less necessary, it was abandoned for almost a century.

Cesar Manrique convinced the island authorities that they should turn the old fortress into an art gallery by opening the International Museum of Modern Art in 1976.

Exhibition pavilions demonstrate various scientific and technological achievements of human thought, explain the laws of physics, chemistry, biology, etc. Many exhibits are shown in interactive mode. A planetarium is also presented, there is a hall for children.
It reflects the history of the great scientific discoveries of mankind. The main motto of this scientific center is «it is forbidden not to touch.»

Morales Barbudo Salvador Sanchez

Salvador Sánchez Morales Barbudo Morales Barbudo | Studio I

«A Musical Event», 1901
Private collection.

«An Afternoon In The Salon», 1902
National Museum of Fine Arts, Santiago de Chile.

Ricevimento Pomeridiano, 1892
Museum of Fine Arts, Seville.

«The child’s offereng — Gallant scene», 1915
Museum of Fine Arts, San Francisco.

«The appointment», 1915
Prado Museum, Madrid.

Salvador Sanchez Morales Barbudo (1857–1917) Spanish painter.
Born in Andalusia in the city of Jerez de la Frontera in the province of Cadiz in 1857. I have been drawing with paints and pencil since early childhood. He began his studies as an artist in the workshop of the restorer Pedro Vega.

Thanks to the patronage of the Marquis de Castillo, in 1875 the young man moved to Seville and entered the Art School in the workshop of José Villegas. With the money earned, he travels to Madrid, where, constantly visiting the Museo del Prado, he improves his artistic skills, and then takes a trip to Rome, where, impressed by the artistic atmosphere of the city, he decides to stay forever. Since that time, Rome has become the main «character» of the paintings of the Spanish artist. The main themes of Morales’ painting were genre scenes from the salon life of high society, portraits, and landscapes. As a rule, these were small paintings, but very rich in color, written details, different from other artists in a special manner of painting.
In 1892, Barbudo was awarded the Cross of King Carlos III. In 1895, the artist exhibited for the first time at the French Salon.
In 1909, at the Munich Exhibition and at the World Exhibition in 1911, Barbudo was awarded an «Honorable Mention».
Large articles were written about the artist in the magazines «La Ilustración Española y Americana», «La Italia Industrial» and «Vita d’Arte», which stated that he was «an indefatigable worker» that «brilliantly displays various topics, thanks to his inexhaustible inspiration.
Barbudo died in Rome on November 28, 1917 at the age of 60. After his death, the Italian state confiscated the entire legacy of the artist.
The artist’s paintings are scattered all over the world, because he sold many of his works in America and Europe. Barbudo’s works are represented in the largest museums in Spain — the Prado Museum in Madrid and the Museum in Barcelona, ​​as well as in museums in the United States and Europe. The artist is represented in the collections of Carmen Thyssen and Isaac Fernandez Blanco in Buenos Aires, as well as in the National Museum of Fine Arts in Santiago de Chile.
In 1997, art historian Juan Rodriguez Pardo organized a large retrospective of Barbudo’s work in his hometown of Jerez, one of whose streets bears the artist’s name.

Source: Wikipedia, Encyclopedia of World Art — Vilnius, UAB «Bestiary», 2008, Great Illustrated Encyclopedia «Masters of World Painting» St. Petersburg, OOO «SZKEO», 2011, Information portal Art Planet Small Bay — artistic Historical Museum, Encyclopedic Dictionary of Brockhaus and Efron (1890-1907), 82 vols. and 4 additional tt.

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