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Museo del Premio Nacional de la Cerámica Pantaleon Panduro

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The museum is named after Pantaleon Panduro, who's considered the father of modern ceramics in Jalisco. On display are prizewinning pieces from the museum's annual ceramics competition, held every June. It's possibly the best representation of modern Mexican pottery under a single roof. You can request an English-speaking guide.

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  • Address: Calle Priciliano Sánchez 191, at Calle Flórida Guadalajara, Jalisco 45500
  • Phone: 33/3562–7036
  • Cost: Free
  • Hours: Tues.–Sat. 10–6, Sun. 10–3.
  • Location: Tlaquepaque

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    If you're interested in ceramics this is the place to visit...

    An extensive collection of award-winning ceramics from all over Mexico. It includes many styles and types...talavera from Puebla, Aboles de Vida from Metepec, bruñido from Tonalá etc. In the heart of Talaquepaque and well worth the visit.

    by terrillann, 3/7/07

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