Museum of Art and Popular Costume

Located in the Mudejar Pavilion of the 1920 Ibero-American exhibition devoted to the popular arts and traditions of Andalucia. There are exhibitions held in the basement here, including a permanent series of workshop scenes detailing crafts, such as leatherwork, ceramics and cooperage.

There is also an informative history of Seville's distinctive tile work while upstairs is a display of 19th century costumes, accessories, furniture, musical instruments and rural machinery. Romantic images of bullfighting, flamenco, Semana Santa and the April fair are also here, providing an evocative representation of those aspects of the culture and tradition which help make this city so special.


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