The Mansion Of The Marquis Of Dos Aguas (National Ceramic Museum)

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Its present aspect is the result of a Rococo conversion carried out in XVIII century on the house belonging to the Rabassa de Perellós, title-holders of the marquisate of Dos Aguas. The main door is on one side of the house and is crowned by a statue of the Virgin Mary, from which two streams of plentiful water flow, symbolizing the Júcar and the Túria rivers. In the 19th century were lost the Rovira Frescos and French-style balconies with undulating railings were installed.

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