The warm yet sober elegance of this museum, created in 1950, is divided into four areas dedicated to the Colonial Period, Porcelain and Ceramics, the Bolívar Collection and Miscellanies. In the Colonial Period section, the museum boasts furniture, paintings and miscellaneous objects. The Ceramic collection includes crockery of different styles and uses, which belonged to relevant families such as the Bolívars. Some of these pieces, as well as other objects, also form part of the Bolívar collection. Apart from the collections, this foundation also has highly valuable documents relating to 19th century Venezuela, including the Simón Bolívar archive.
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