Valencian landscapes: tourist territory, an essential photographic exhibition in the Carmen cultural centre

carmen cultural centre valencia sightseeingValencian Landscapes: Tourist territory is an essential exhibition for those who visit Valencia city and want to know places of tourist charm in the rest of the Valencian Community.
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This photographic voyage of Miguel Lorenzo, Miquel Francés, Pep Pelechà and Adela Talavera has been coordinated and organized by the AVT (Valencian Agency of Tourism) and the University of Valencia. The photographic exhibition will be displayed until Sunday, September 24th.
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The landscapes showed contains very optimal images and encompass not only a spatial aspect of the territory but also cultural and symbolic. There are images of the trunks of the millenary olive trees, crags of the Penyagolosa Massif or the littoral landscape in the Castellón province. In Alicante we will see Aitana Range, the imposing castle of Sax or the endless skyscrapers of Benidorm and in Valencia, Xàtiva, the Valley of Ayora, its towns and streets or the summits of the Sierra Calderona.
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All these cultural landscapes of great beauty and diversity and others we can see in the room of the old refectory of the former footwear Carmelite convent, today Contemporary cultural center. The entrance is free.
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Address: Museo St., 2 46003 Valencia. Phone: 96 192 26 40; 96 192 26 42.

Email: consorcidemuseus@gva.es

Schedules: from Tuesday to Sunday, from 11 to 19 h. in winter; and from Tuesday to Sunday from 11 to 14 h. and from 17 to 20 h. in summer.

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