Despite its name and its fishing past, the Lonja de Pescado de Alicante is not a maritime museum, but an exhibition space owned by the Council, which since 1992, has housed temporary exhibitions from various branches of art, and other cultural activities. The Lonja de Pescado is on Paseo Almirante Julio Guillén Tato street, and you will know it by its early 20th century building with north African and historical style details. Its long, wide interior is only divided by panels to separate the rooms, and it has exhibited all sorts of things: paintings, sculptures, photographs, ninots and historical exhibitons, as well as puppet festivals, handcraft markets and book presentations. When in Alicante, if you are into culture and want to see the latest trends, in art, archeaology or prehistory, do not miss this multicultural space.
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