Tap Seac Gallery


One of a handful of 1920s houses surrounding Tap Seac Square, this one formerly belonging to an upper-class family has a European-style facade and Moorish arched doors. The gallery inside hosts excellent contemporary art exhibitions. The original patio in the middle of the house has been kept, which creates a light-filled, relaxing setting.

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