Gaudi’s Palace in Astorga has launched, on December 5th, a temporary exhibition inspired on Christmas time. Bishop Juan Antonio Menéndez, Astorga-Zamora’s and General Vicars, Palace’s Director and a representation from City Hall were invited on opening act. Titled ‘NATUS EST’, will be shown till January 31st on 2019 at the Palace’s second floor.
It’s origins stem from France in 2015 after Richard Faille decided to create euros that promote tourism. It ran over Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Nederlands and Portugal. The banknotes are printed showing one side Europe’s most symbolic monuments and on the other side each monument by itself.
The signing of the agreement dated May 25, 2018, in Astorga, for the dissemination of Gaudí’s heritage between the Gaudí Palace of Astorga and the Alfar de Jimenez de Jamuz Museum, has given its fruits.
On the morning of Friday, August 24th, the opening of the Arab oven of the Alfar de Jiménez de Jamuz Museum took place in which the first brick building designed by Gaudí was made.
La nueva web del Palacio de Gaudí ya está en marcha, más intuitiva y con más novedades, la página presenta un menú en el que se podrán realizar distintas acciones, desde comprar entradas hasta hacer un recorrido por las plantas del edificio y el museo de los caminos.