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Spent two days in St Feliu,and popped into the museum for an couple of hours. It was far better than you would expect from a small provincial museum. The art exhibits, including a temporary display were brilliant, and I loved the old photos of Sant...More
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The Carmen Thyssen Foundation has funded a new exhibition space, and it was as if the exhibition space took pride of place ... I have visited many art galleries in the past, including all the major ones in London, and there was more security on...More
We expexted several paintings of van Gogh and Gauguin, but there was only one of Gauguin and one unknown and not very interesting painting of Van Gogh. IT is a very, very small museum with a few historical objects, but nothing special. One hour is...More
Just off the main drag and beyond the market is this splendid, museum, shop and monastery. The special exhibition when we were there consisted of paintings and artifacts relating to the Spanish interest in America's 'Wild West'. This was ok but the rest of the...More
Went here to the Monastery because it was a cloudy day away from the beach. The displays have been beautifully done - real classy with multiple languages covered - make sure you find the steps to the top of the tower. Easy to pass 2...More
The museum is in part of the old monastery so you get to see parts of the monastery, except the Abbey church, which serves as one of the local churches for the community. The museum also shows exhibitions and past local history. The views from...More