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Fundació Francisco Godia, Barcelona

The Francisco Godia Foundation Museum houses the private collection of the eponymous F-1 driver, comprising an eclectic mix of medieval art, ceramics, sculpture and modern paintings..

The Francisco Godia Foundation Museum houses the private collection of the eponymous F-1 driver, comprising an eclectic mix of medieval art, ceramics, sculpture and modern paintings.


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About Fundació Francisco Godia

 250 Diputació, Barcelona 8008, Spain

Fundació Francisco Godia and Nearby Sights on Map

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