There's no doubt that this is a special and very specialized museum that attracts the most inquisitive visitors. If this describes you, you must discover this collection of antique carriages. Among some of the types of carriages that you'll find here are the 'Gala Coupé', which is the type of carriage that everybody knows as a coach, and the Mail Coach, which as it's name suggests, was used to transport mail. Located at number 10 of 'plaza de Cuba' at the old 'Muelle de Mulas', you'll find the 'Museo de Carruajes de Sevilla', that faces the 'Torre del Oro'. In the past, this building was a monastery known as the 'convento de los Remedios', whereas today it houses the 'Museo de Carruajes' on the ground floor, which is also the headquarters for a carriage club known as the 'Real Club de Enganches de Andalucía'.
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