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El Museo de las Bellas Artes de Valencia San Pío V, Valencia

Calle San Pío V 9
Tel: 96 393 20 46's insider take:

Occupying a recently restored 17th-century building on the north bank of the Turia River, this fine arts museum is one of the most important in Spain. Strong collections of 14th- and 15th-century Valencian primitives, as well as Goya portraits, hang here, along with a Bosch triptych of the Passion, a Velázquez self-portrait, and works by El Greco, Ribera, Murillo, and Van Dyck. Representing the 20th century are local lads like Joaquín Sorolla and Antonio Muñoz Degrain.

Closed Monday.

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