Casa Natal de Picasso
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Casa Natal de Picasso information
For a more intimate insight into the painter’s childhood, head to the Casa Natal de Picasso, the house where Picasso was born in 1881, which now acts as a study foundation. The house has a replica 19th-century artist’s studio and small quarterly exhibitions of Picasso’s work. Personal memorabilia of Picasso and his family make up part of the display.