Right in the centre of the historic district, the 15th-century Palace of the Marquis of Dos Aguas is one of Spain's greatest rococo masterpieces, and came to be one of the most recongisable civic buildings of Valencia thanks to its façade, full of elaborate ornamentation. At end of that century, it came into one of the wealthiest local families, the Rabassa de Perellós clan, then flash-forwarding to 1949, passed to the Spanish state, and eventually came to house the extensive and amazing ceramics collection of Manuel Gómez Martí. The museum is also known as home to the Courtyard of Carriages, an enormous space whose star is the grandiose Nymphs' Carriage.
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